Is Michael Bay’s Insane Netflix Spectacle “6 Underground” Actually a Stealth “13 Hours” Prequel?

Kevin: Two legendary filmmaking auteurs recently released the results of their bargain with the Netflix devil, largely forgoing the chance for audiences to see their films in theaters in exchange for the massive budgets needed to make their dream projects, with complete creative control and zero studio interference. With last month’s “The Irishman,” Martin Scorsese … Continue reading Is Michael Bay’s Insane Netflix Spectacle “6 Underground” Actually a Stealth “13 Hours” Prequel?

The Incredibly Stupid Twist Shared by Both Netflix’s “Bright” and David Ayer’s “Training Day”

Kevin: If you have a Netflix account, it is likely that you are one of the tens of millions of subscribers in the last few weeks who have watched “Bright,” Will Smith and director David Ayer’s attempt to prove they could make a movie without studio interference that’s still even worse than their previous “Suicide Squad” … Continue reading The Incredibly Stupid Twist Shared by Both Netflix’s “Bright” and David Ayer’s “Training Day”