This is the second part in an ongoing series where I discuss a few of my favorite scenes in cinema. You can read part one of this series here. The Final Scene Big Night (1996) Directed By: Campbell Scott, Stanley Tucci There's nothing more important in life than family. In Big Night, two Italian immigrant brothers (played … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Scenes In Cinema – Part II
The Boys Are Back ! Season 2 of Pop Culturally Insensitive kicks off with a discussion on the 89th Oscars and boy what an Oscars they were. After that Anthony talks to us about his favorite films of 2016. Finally we round out the show with some Nintendo Switch talk. It's good to be back! … Continue reading PCI Season 2 Episode 1: Whoops!
Do you like entertainment? Are you looking for a place to continue your writing portfolio? If so, Pop Culturally Insensitive would love to have you on the team. We're looking for both News and Features editors. News - Look, the entertainment industry never stops. If you're a person who loves to get stories up as soon … Continue reading We’re Hiring: News / Features Editor
The Canarsie Theatre on Avenue L. Brooklyn, New York. In the summer of 1998, my cousin snuck me into a showing of Steven Spielberg's newly released Saving Private Ryan. I was eight. Set during the invasion of Normandy during World War II, Saving Private Ryan opens with the storming of Omaha Beach. During one part, a soldier looks for … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Scenes in Cinema
https://audio.simplecast.com/60812.mp3 Horizon: Zero Dawn is finally here. Listen to my thoughts on Guerilla Games' newest open-world epic above.
Hey everyone, happy holidays! Just like we did with our favorite movies of 2016 (you can read that article here), we look back at some of the best things to grace our television screens (or computer monitors). 2016 truly was a wonderful year for t.v. Let's jump right in! Biggest Surprises 11.22.63 - A Hulu original … Continue reading A Few Of My Favorite Things: 2016 In Television
2016 has been another wonderful year when it comes to film. Just like I did last year (2015 Television, 2015 Video games), I wanted to highlight a few of my favorite films of the year. Enjoy 😀 Sing Street Directed By: John Carney I'm a John Carney fan. His first film, Once is one of my favorite "love" … Continue reading A Few Of My Favorite Things: 2016 in Film