I miss sports. So fucking much. I have been anxiously awaiting the return of live sports in America since all leagues were shut down last month. Like many others, I was glued to my television during the entirety of the NFL draft this past weekend just because it made me feel like sports were actually … Continue reading Quarantine Debates Vol. IV: Which Sport Will Look and Feel The Weirdest Without Fans in Attendance?
Just because you're polite, doesn't mean you're not a piece of shit. Throughout all of our lives, we have been told to do certain things because they are "polite." Conversely, we have been told to refrain from doing certain other things because they are "not polite." I'm here to say that it's all a bunch of … Continue reading “Polite” People Can Still Be Assholes – My Take
I was filled with an incredibly unfamiliar sensation as the 2020 NFL draft came to a close ... I was actually happy with the work done by Dave Gettleman? Like many other Giants fans, I have been a critic of Gettleman's for most of his reign as general manager. Even though Gettleman was hired a … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No. 4 – Post Draft Thoughts
Cory Finley's impressive second feature, Bad Education, will strike a chord with anyone who enjoys smart, well-made films. However, it will be especially compelling for people from a certain area of this country. This film is based on the true story of the largest school embezzlement scandal in American history, which took place in Roslyn, New … Continue reading Bad Education: The Most Long Island Movie of All Time? – Review
In the early 2010's, Chance The Rapper announced himself as one of the most unique and talented voices in hip-hop with 10 Day and Acid Rap. Then in 2016, he officially became one of the genre's biggest stars due to the release of his project Coloring Book—which earned him three Grammy's and launched him into the mainstream—as well as his … Continue reading The Top 30 Chance The Rapper Songs
“Every film should have its own world, a logic and feel to it that expands beyond the exact image that the audience is seeing.” - Christopher Nolan Christopher Nolan is certainly responsible for creating some of the most imaginative worlds to be put on screen in the last 20 years. As seen in that quote, … Continue reading Christopher Nolan – Ranked
We've debated The Office vs. Parks and Recreation, we've debated which comedy film from the 2000's is the greatest, and now it's time for the classic debate between the two classic drinking games. Quarantine Debates III, let's go. First things first, is my drinking game prime behind me? Yes. Also, is it a little bit depressing … Continue reading Quarantine Debates Vol. III: Beer Pong vs. Flip Cup
Obviously, the COVID-19 crisis has caused a lot of problems for theater chains across the country who were forced to shut down their screens indefinitely due to social distancing guidelines. AMC Theatres, America's biggest cinema chain, is no exception. In fact, they seem to be struggling more than most, as many reports have stated recently … Continue reading AMC Is On The Verge Of Bankruptcy, I Miss Movie Theaters, & My Best, Worst, And Strangest Recent Theater Experiences
There may be no live sports on television at the moment but at least we have a draft and maybe an NFL season ahead of us. The first round of this year's virtual NFL draft is set to take place at 8PM EST on April 23rd—and while I'm looking forward to the incredible amounts of … Continue reading Giants Offseason Blog No. 3 – What Should We Do In The First Round?
Community is arguably one of the greatest television shows of the past decade, not to mention one of the smartest and funniest sitcoms ever written. The show's six seasons were filled with incredibly hilarious moments on screen, and a fair amount of drama behind-the-scenes as well. Since the show premiered back in 2009, Community has had one of … Continue reading Every Season of Community – Ranked
As we're all quarantined away in our respective homes, I've found that I really spend a majority of my time thinking about the same few things. Usually, these are things such as what/when am I going to eat next, what home workouts can I plan on doing (but never actually do) in order to prevent … Continue reading Stop Identifying Yourself By What Generation You Are A Part Of – My Take
Aaron Sorkin has been one of the biggest names in TV and film writing since the early 1990's. Throughout his career he has captivated audiences with his distinct, innovative, and dialogue-heavy writing style. Both his television work, which includes shows like The West Wing, Sports Night, and The Newsroom, and his films, including The Social Network, A Few Good Men, Charlie … Continue reading Aaron Sorkin – Ranked
Quarantine Debates II, let's get it. For this edition of Quarantine Debates, I am going to be choosing the single best comedy movie released between the years of 2000 and 2009. With the way the movie industry has changed this past decade, the 2000's may go down as the last great decade for traditional, r-rated … Continue reading Quarantine Debates Vol. II: What Is The Best 2000’s Comedy Movie?
Eliza Hittman's newest film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, garnered a lot of praise at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Because of that praise, anticipation grew ahead of the film's scheduled March 13th release date. Unfortunately, the film's run in theaters was disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic's effect on cinemas around the world. As of today however, … Continue reading Never Rarely Sometimes Always: One of The Best Films of 2020 So Far Is Now Available To Stream At Home – Review
10. "Kill Yourself" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ltn2CmCGJZg Bo's parody of pseudo-inspirational pop music, "Kill Yourself," is one of the most memorable songs from his 2016 Netflix special, Make Happy. A lot of Bo's comedy is born out of the idea that celebrities, and the media industry at large, are manipulating their audiences. "Kill Yourself" is such an effective … Continue reading The Top 10 Bo Burnham Songs