Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing‘ was a quintessential film on race relations in America when it came to theaters in 1989. Now, over thirty years later, it remains a quintessential film on race relations in America. Not sure if that’s a reflection on its honesty, its fearlessness or that America remains irrevocably, irreparably broken. Probably, both. More, please …
2022 flick ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ has laughs aplenty and an over-the-top Nicolas Cage. All’s good.
A new lead singer, new producer, and overflowing enthusiasm marks Van Halen’s 1986 album ‘5150’ an 80s Rock highlight.
After an excessively long absence I’ve regained the free time and focus necessary to begin contributing once again to this site. So… More, please …