New beginnings, Coulee endings, and problematic (but also fun) reunions. It’s Friday, looking forward to the weekend, but not really partying, and the one positive aspect of quarantine living: no one has to decide which seat will we take.
If you cannot find something you want to watch today, you probably should not be watching television as there’s innovative animation (along with the return of an underrated traditional animated series), so many new streaming movies — including new ones from Spike Lee and Kenneth … Continue reading What To Watch: 06/12/2020
As it so often is with Fridays, a lot of the action is on the ‘Flix and other streaming sites. Also, with most movie theaters closed, many of the films that would otherwise be opening in darkened rooms around the country are now straight to … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/08/2020
We’re still mostly sad about Elizabeth Warren and positively living with the results of 2016, so we may be too raw for Hulu’s latest docu-series chronicling the woman who wouldn’t be President (she did get 2.5 million more votes but whatever), however friendly the filmmaker … Continue reading What To Watch: 03/06/2020
We got your Friday streaming right here, and it includes new content from Stephen King’s son, Alison Brie, and the team behind It’s Always Sunny. We also have the best Guy on TV (second place goes to Bojack‘s water buffalo cameraman — coincidentally the love interest of … Continue reading What To Watch: 02/07/2020
It’s September! It’s fall, unless you’re in NYC, in which case this is our last weekend with open beaches and you can pry summer from my cold dead hands. In any case, it’s week-by-week for trailers again, and you’ll find them all below the fold.
As we get set to horrify dogs — and this year over half of the country’s population (tanks?!?!?! really?!?!), we have a few television suggestions whether you wish to run away from the festivities, celebrate the country’s promise in alternate ways, but not really if … Continue reading What To Watch: 07/04/2019
It’s another busy Friday with Netflix throwing out a seemingly endless supply of new content to see what sticks. BRAD’S PICK: I Am Mother [Netflix] A teenage girl is raised by AI. Everything is peachy until a stranger shows up. The newest Netflix sci-fi is … Continue reading What To Watch: 06/07/2019
All kinds of good stuff is waiting for you, at the theater and at home. At the theater my picks for you are Late Night and Funan (bring your kids, assuming they can read subtitles and especially if they’re read Different Pond). Your big grab … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: Friday, June 7th, 2019
If quirky comedies are your jam, you’re in luck as two such shows with impressive pedigrees debut tonight. JASON’S PICK: Tuco & Bertie [Netflix] For those jonesing for Bojack, it won’t be back until September, but you can get your fill of character designer Lisa … Continue reading What To Watch: 05/03/2019