Throwback Thursday: Demolition Man (1993)

A friend and I have been discussing recently how few “good/bad” movies are being made these days. The kind of films that are clearly lacking in what makes for a typically good film while still having something that makes them unmistakably enjoyable. Then, as if by magic, fate has handed us one of the best good/bad …

Noah (2014) Trailer Thoughts

In the early 60’s a huge shift was taking place within the Hollywood system, a movement traceable to shifting tastes of cinema’s audience, a rare occurrence in which Hollywood took note of it’s own excesses and genuinely listened to the people. Thanks to this change of paradigm, countless legendary directors and iconic actors were born …