As the most-watched, musical theater miniseries of the season, “Fosse/Verdon” comes to a close this evening, I wanted to take a moment to revisit the absolute joy that this journey has been. If nothing else (and there is plenty else) we have been gifted with enough new theater GIFs to last us until the next…
Before I dive into a brief celebration of the Bard’s birthday (Happy B-Day, Shakespeare!), I want to point out that I have not talked about “Game of Thrones” for three full posts. Please, hold your applause. Obviously, that streak ends here (and I will be bringing it up again) but it needed to be noted.
It has been quite the week for politics. Don’t worry, I’m not going to ruin your nearly-the-weekend vibes with a reminder of reality. I promise to only focus on the good news, or at least the political equivalent of good news.
It’s not hard to watch Adam McKay’s “Vice” and think about how little things have changed. It may be difficult to remember that it was created by the same people who brought us “Anchorman” and “Talladega Nights.” (Seriously.)
Today many of us (at least according the recent poll numbers) are going to have to do something we don’t want to do. But in doing so will be being good citizens. No, it’s not an election day (yet), but the day of the rescheduled State of the Union address.
It’s just five more sleeps till Christmas. As we all finish our shopping and set out for our holiday destinations a storm is brewing. Not the inevitable discussion of politics, but a family fight of a much more epic nature — the holiday movie.