Can a disgraced fighter get a second chance at redemption? That’s the central question of Halle Berry’s directorial debut, Bruised.
On this episode William Hammon and Jason Godbey review movies currently streaming on Netflix: Synchronic, Outside the Wire, The Midnight Sky, and The Mitchell's vs The Machines.
This is one of those films that is difficult to review without giving too much away. Synchronic is a film best seen going in cold. Don’t even watch the trailer, just see the movie and then come back to this review.
https://youtu.be/06Dkg1DDzXs Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode film critic and founder of ActuallyPaid.com, William J. Hammon and host Jason Godbey review I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Enola Holmes, and Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker. For more content follow us here or subscribe to our YouTube Channel. You can also … Continue reading Episode 824: Movie Reviews: Enola Holmes, Dance Dreams : Hot Chocolate Nutcraker and I’m Thinking of Ending Things
https://youtu.be/MRfy-rDgSHc Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this week's episode William Hammon of ActuallyPaid.com and host Jason Godbey review the recent Rebecca remake, Ava- starring Jessica Chastain, and Borat 2- starring Sasha Baron Cohen. Follow us here for new episodes every Wednesday as well as updates and movie reviews or … Continue reading Episode 822: NRFTW Reviews Rebecca, Ava & Borat 2
https://youtu.be/Lqo7a70LrRQ Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode film critic William Hammon and host Jason Godbey review Mank directed by David Fincher and give you their list of what to watch in the Mank-a-List. Follow us here for new episodes every Wednesday as well as updates and movie reviews … Continue reading Episode 820: Mank Review & The Mank-a-List
In a world where intelligence and wit are in short supply, Pretend It’s a City provides a sane perspective on an insane world.
...part war movie, part spy thriller, part video game, part every-cyborg-super-soldier movie you’ve ever seen, and Training Day all rolled into one.
It’s 2049, just after the world as we know it has ended. Augustine, a renowned astronomer (Geoge Clooney) is alone in his observatory at the North Pole after everyone else has been evacuated. He’s dying from an unknown ailment and is determined to do what he can while he’s still able.
Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Netflix is currently streaming two animated shorts that both deal with a similar theme, loss. In Canvas, an elderly man is dealing with the loss of his wife, and in If Anything Happens I Love You, a couple is dealing with the loss of their … Continue reading Canvas & If Anything Happens I Love You-Now streaming on Netflix