Welcome to Friday Finds! Your place to find something to see, read, and do within the world of music, movies, and hoops.
Tom Cruise shows that old dogs can try new tricks, but finds magic when sticking to what he does best: ripping around the sky in kick-@ss F-18s.
Cody (35) and Simon (18) trade takes on the movies that their high school teachers showed during class across two generations.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! To celebrate, Ngyuen Le shares 15 outstanding films directed by Asian and Pacific Islanders that are available to stream.
This is the hardest piece I’ve written to date. Even the title is weighted to what can easily be a thesis. The initial idea, which was not of my own, was to write a piece that highlights 5-10 films and artists that honor Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) via the cast, director, etc. that you can stream from home. As we reach the middle of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, this is the piece we are using to honor the month. Well, naming and summarizing 5-10 films and artists isn’t gonna cut it. Not for me and the 24 million Americans that identify as AAPI.
Welcome to From Breen To The Screen! MMH has finally decided to give a name to the ever-popular “X team is just like Y movie” series that dominates our headlines come playoff season. This time, we’re finding the cinematic interpretation of every playoff series, accounting for the series score, the characters involved, and the broader storyline implications.