Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Bad Education

Movie Review: Bad Education

As we enter the fifth month of a truly rough year, it’s a mere insult to injury to throw another biopic into the festering mess of oversaturation. A biopic on just about every single scandal, celebrity and event are made in their masses. Eventually they’ll phase out textbooks and replace them with biopics. Why read […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Irishman

Movie Review: The Irishman

Long awaited, and longer in running time, director Martin Scorsese’s newest feature, The Irishman has been long awaited by those hungry for his return to the gangster film genre. Teaming up with Netflix to release this three-and-a-half-hour epic seemed a bold choice; the track record of Netflix originals resembling anywhere close to good is next to nothing. […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner

Review: Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner

Where did this sudden resurgence for Ray Romano even come from? For years I’d have to sit through Everybody Loves Raymond because either my Dad couldn’t find the remote or because we were up early enough on a Saturday morning and were waiting for The Simpsons. Either way, he was part of a big boom […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Paddleton

Review: Paddleton

Netflix has never had the strongest standalone original movie output. As of late they’ve released the abysmal Polar, the mediocre Velvet Buzzsaw and the solid Fyre. But they’ve never, not in their entire duration as a company, ever made a truly astounding movie. Aside from the gem that was The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Netflix seemed doomed to create nothing […]