Drive Me to the End’s quest to communicate the need for acceptance and normalization is inspiring. While we strive for a better world, it is important to take a step back and laugh together; that is precisely what this film does best.
An allegorical piece, such as this, doesn’t just require your attention: it demands it. Timeless, in nature–and serviceable in beauty, and temperance–‘The Great Father’ is a tasty, filmic treat to enjoy in just seven short minutes.
From directors Mackenzie Leigh Barmen (who doubles as the cinematographer) and Misti Dawn Garritano (credited as the primary writer and lead actress) comes a story about a married couple. And to say any more than that would spoil the fun for the viewer!
A feel-good, end of summer experience that will warm your heart and have you yearn for the days where you could just hit the road and drop all your problems; no social media and still entirely possible to just disappear for a while.
In a way, John Schlesinger’s ‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969) is the perfect conclusion to this round of sixties movies. Schlesinger had previously directed three British films, but this was his first American film. It’s meticulously edited and stitched together for maximum effect and exceeds beyond just an average film.
While the episode was exhilarating during the courtroom drama, was the ending-or at least how the show wrapped up-just a little muddled?
It’s dry, dark, and wicked fun; perhaps the perfect antithesis to a dull summer blockbuster season.
Jared and Riley are here to break down each new episode and provide ‘Scream’ fans with a preshow that includes a ranking of each film/season, discussing favorite moments from the TV show, and providing insight into what we can expect from Season 3.