‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’, despite a potentially regressive narrative for its’ lead and some clear cuts made for time that leave some loose ends to be hastily tied in the last five minutes, manages to meet and even surpass the high expectations one would have coming out of the original.
On this week's episode we are discussing the reboot of Shrek. Is this a blessing in disguise or God's way of punishing us? Why is there a Shrek reboot and what will it bring to the table for the generation that loves the Shrek series? Join us on this week's conversation over Shrek on Input 2.
Heartland Film Festival: 'Bathtubs Over Broadway' is an insightful look into the hidden world of corporate song and dance10/25/2018 9:09pm
'Bathtubs Over Broadway’ is a funny, endearing, and surprisingly heartfelt look into arguably one of the most niche sub-genres of theatre ever made.
‘When Jeff Tried to Save the World’ is a fascinating character study set against a backdrop of faded neon and gutter-balls. The cinematography and set design is humble, yet charming, and the ensemble cast absolutely knocks it out of the park. Despite being rooted heavily in a nostalgia (of sorts) for the bowling alley of yesteryear, this film couldn’t be more relevant for our generation and the one before it. No matter how many quarters this one eats, Jeff is worth the price to play.
‘Nigerian Prince’ is a dark (and scarily relevant) look into the financial underworld of Nigeria, held back by a fairly scattered story and an emphasis on style over substance. That said, when it hits its stride, you’re practically begging for it to take your money, and when it falls, it’s like the stock market. It sinks.