Ignorant Bliss: A thousand and One review
A fantastic performance from Teyana Taylor anchors this film about a mother and son that goes in ways you wouldn’t expect that also captures the spirit of mid-’90s through early 2000s New York City perfectly. A
Ignorant Bliss: Dungeons and Dragons – Honor Among Thieves review
They finally have made a good adaptation of this game to film. The film has the right amount of humor and respect for the source that works for those who know it and those who have no idea but want a good time. B
Ignorant Bliss: Tetris review
This film goes from plucky tech success stories into an international business and political thriller and back again. It’s nothing as you’d expect from a video game film and is just as engaging as the game is. B+
Ignorant Bliss Review: Luther – Fallen Sun
Now I’ll be honest and say I’m not a huge Luther fan. While I know it exists, it isn’t something that really ever made me want to watch. Idris Elba as a tortured, genius detective that hunts serial killers is a dope idea, but that first episode almost put me to sleep, and I like...
Ignorant Bliss Review: Champions
People, we finally have Woody Harrelson back in a basketball movie!!!
Ignorant Bliss: Scream VI review
I didn’t get a chance to watch Scream, aka Scream 5, last year, but after the teasers and trailers for Scream 6, which takes place in Manhattan, it not only made me want to go and see this movie and also made me want to go back and watch the last one.
Ignorant Bliss: The Last of Us Season One review with Roxana Hadadi
Hey folks, here’s a discussion with Vulture critic and friend Roxana Hadadi about the first season of the The Last of Us. I reviewed this show before it aired, and I didn’t want to attempt to do weekly podcasts about it and wanted to just do one at the end. Roxana has been covering the...
Ignorant Bliss: Ant-Man and The Wasp Quantumania review
Sigh, here we are again, with me seeing and reviewing another entry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This episode focuses on Scott Lang, played by Paul Rudd, who is also Ant-Man, and The Wasp, aka Hope Van Dyne, played by Evangeline Lily. Way after the events of Avengers: Endgame and somewhere in the current happenings...