BOJACK started out funny, then it got hysterical, and then it blossomed, with increasingly fleshed-out (not sure if pun intended) characters who have become more three-dimensional than those on the crummier human sitcoms. In fact, this is a comedy that could easily have been produced with people instead of drawings. Except then you wouldn’t have … Continue reading BOJACK HORSEMAN


When the final battle comes to pass in San Francisco, you may find it so enjoyable, you’ll forget how dull much of the preceding two hours has been. That’s mostly because the humanizing attempts are laughably melodramatic — literally: the audience was tittering in spots where their heartstrings are meant to be pulled. In particular, … Continue reading GODZILLA