James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson bring energy and pathos to this revival of Donald L. Coburn’s play.
Studios taking an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach to an old franchise in the age of reboots is an ironically refreshing approach that I’m glad The Peanuts Movie indulges.
N.W.A. was at the pinnacle of gangsta rap at the end of the 1980s when their debut studio project ‘Straight Outta Compton’ debuted in the midst of American cultural growing pains; not only were racism and police brutality creeping back into the public consciousness, but hip-hop culture, at the tail end of its infancy, was was being put through the ringer by cultural watchdogs and older music fans alike.
An overly familiar screenplay holds this European flavored adaptation of the iconic TV series back from greatness.
The acoustics must really be top quality for the lyrics to be so clear, I thought to myself as Dispatch played their last song.