Documentary Review: The Beach Boys is full of Sun, Song and Sorrow

Documentary Review: The Beach Boys is full of Sun, Song and Sorrow

Amidst palm trees and beaches, “The Beach Boys” documentary starts off in the idyllic neighborhood of Hawthorne, California. In 1961, a group of Hawthorne boys came together to harmonize and eventually form the band, The Beach Boys. Despite initially not liking the band name, they accepted The Beach Boys over the Pendletones, a name referencing…

7 Best Documentaries on Disney Plus to Stream When You Are Bored!

7 Best Documentaries on Disney Plus to Stream When You Are Bored!

Disney Plus has loads of really interesting documentaries that cover all sorts of cool stuff. From amazing adventures in nature to secrets behind making movies, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dive into the best documentaries on Disney Plus and discover the awesome stories and amazing people waiting for us to watch! The Imagineering Story The…

Exciting Disney Announcements at the CinemaCon!

Exciting Disney Announcements at the CinemaCon!

CinemaCon, the annual trade show held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, is a critical event for the film industry, bringing together movie theater owners, studio executives, filmmakers, and media to showcase the latest in cinema technology, innovations, and upcoming film slates from major studios. This event is hosted by the National Association of Theatre…

Documentary Review: The Program Exposees Horrifying Abuse in Teen Treatment Facilities

Documentary Review: The Program Exposees Horrifying Abuse in Teen Treatment Facilities

There’s a moment in the documentary The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping where Director Katherine Kubler cheerfully drinks a Mike’s Hard Lemonade.  She savors it and says “..this drink sent me to prison for 15 months.” As crazy as it may seem, she is absolutely serious as getting caught with a Mike’s Hard Lemonade prompted…

DVD Review: Poor Things is a Weird Fairytale

DVD Review: Poor Things is a Weird Fairytale

Steampunk meets Frankenstein in filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos’ fairytale Poor Things. Starring Emma Stone, this movie was certainly a strange and unexpected journey. Read on for a review of the movie Poor Things releasing on DVD and Blu-ray March 12, 2024. In this Frakenstein-esque tale, a doctor ( Willem Dafoe) named Godwin or “God” as some call…