Mid90s has the rawness of Kids, but feels less about being provocative and more about trying to present characters you’d think were based off real people.
Maniac ultimately seems like a good book that was adapted into a lopsided production that relied heavily on its female lead as it let its male lead drown.
The only reason Maniac presents to continue past episode 1 is your loyalty and faith in the actors. Not their characters or the story.
The Wolf of Wall Street undoubtedly is one of Leo’s best performances and makes it seem that Oscar may finally be in his grasp.
When you’re in your 20s and the reality of adulthood hits hard, easy money is tempting. But rather than racking up the number of credit cards David has, he instead gets into arms dealing with a friend he hasn’t seen [Read More]