Happy new year, Happy new decade. We move forward.
Ultimately, Community’s masterstroke for the episode and as a series overall is that Harmon tapped into an existential diaspora of our post-boomer, capitalism-disillusioned generation that disgraced power lawyer Jeff Winger was thrust among in the show
The issue is what Once Upon a Time in Hollywood culminates to in terms of a message and moral. Certainly, Inglourious Basterds culminates to a message we can all agree on: Nazis fucking suck.
Here’s the hard truth: that’s part of the deal they’re accepting with America’s promise of opportunity and prosperity, it’s in the fine print as far as they and many other immigrants are concerned.
At the start of 2018, writer and editor Loryn Stone undertook a very simple yet…
in life and on the stage manners as a set of edicts will carry us well enough. You’ll be able to amble through a scene effectively enough by following the flow chart of what to say and when. However, to really get at something special? That takes listening. It takes patience and understanding.
Want the quick and dirty? This movie is fantastic. Go see it. Bring your friends. Those of you sticking around are going to get the treat of a one on one cage match between Booksmart and its spiritual predecessor, Superbad (2007).
While most of my improv class is hilarious, there’s one person there who isn’t, but she may be the most important.
It’s a challenge to not just be funny, it’s a challenge to be better.
Where there are rough edges, there are lessons to be learned, and since this is comedy we’re talking about, I’ll follow the rule of 3.