Archive for April 18, 2020

Mike’s Favorite Directorial Efforts of the Decade (80-71)

I make ‘favorite performance’ lists every year, and I get that these lists, more than the rest, are the most subjective one can make. Because it’s really about what you see in each performance and what you respond to; There’s no objective way to truly rate a performance as better than another. With whole films, it feels easier to make that distinction. So with these lists, I’m just gonna focus on some performances from the decade that I really, really enjoyed, and the goal here is just to shout them out and maybe get some people to watch the films if they hadn’t or reevaluate each of the performances the next time they watch the films.

These are my favorite directorial efforts of the decade: (more…)

Mike’s Favorite Original Songs of the Decade: #136 – “Godfather,” from Patti Cake$


136. “Godfather,” from Patti Cake$

Great song. Underrated song, because it’s one that’s not sung by the main character. O-Z is, as the title says, the big rap star that’s semi-local and is the person she looks up to in the hopes of getting noticed and catching her big break. And this is his introduction, his music video. It’s a really great moment and just a great, catchy rap song.


Pic of the Day: “Who are you?” “Your slave.” “Where have you come from?” “From the other side of time, to find you.” “How long have you been searching?” “Since time began.” “Now that you’ve found me, how long will you stay?” “To the end of time.” (80th Anniversary)