I’m very curious to hear what you all have to say about this, because the streaming environment has gotten a bit out of hand: there are so many services, and it would be absurd — and expensive! — to subscribe to all of them.
If you’re too young to have had experienced them, what do you imagine you might have missed?
Passion, creativity, and suspense in stillness… [A teaser of an essay for Patreon patrons and Substack subscribers only.]
I’d love to hear how, as a movie fan, you’re coping with this new entertainment environment.
So aggressively precisely what you think it is that there’s almost no point in seeing it. Flattens a true story into generic pap that isn’t even that successfully, authentically feel-good, either.
An apparently unfairly maligned “wicked witch” has to be redeemed again. Anyway, bitches be evil, crazy and traumatized, or sweet dumb personality-free near-morons. You know, for kids!
They like me — they really like me! — at “The Arts Hour” on the BBC World Service radio experience.
One might wonder why God has seen fit that his most devout followers are often not blessed with an abundance of brains.
…it’s that ubiquitous.
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