After years of blissful ignorance, I’ve come to know what most everyone knows; that Enema of the State is by far Blink’s greatest album. But what is it that makes it far and above the rest?
In an aging film industry, the romance genre begins to get stale. So how do you avoid/hide tropes? What does a “good” romance entail? And how can one set themselves apart, in the year 2019?
Everyone is claiming rock and roll is dead; but is it really? What does that even mean?
If there was a perfect movie, would everyone enjoy it? And how does mixing genres affect their greatness/likability?
I take a look at a question I ask myself all the time, and dive into how I think certain projects should be viewed.
Can a movie be good with great artistic vision, instead of a great script?
A rant about the Gorillaz, and what they’re doing right now.
My hot take on why the White Stripes may be the best ever.