In this episode of the Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro is joined by his new cohost, Halftime Leisure Assistant Dajour Evans, and Halftime Leisure Assistant Eman Rahman, to discuss their favorite movies from 2017, and what to expect in 2018. Image Credits: IMDb
The Voice‘s Leisure section unfortunately left out a key aspect of this year in its “Best Of” articles, and that would be television. Don’t worry, though, Halftime’s got you covered. As always. Mindhunter As someone who is fascinated by true crime, Mindhunter claimed the first spot in my Netflix queue. A show about the FBI…
1. Dunkirk Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic feels like the biggest experimental film ever made. It has minimal dialogue, no character arcs, and three different timeframes. In the hands of a director as accomplished as Nolan, though, the film triumphs. Dunkirk never lets the audience breathe over the course of its relatively brief runtime….
1. DAMN., Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album marks another distinct shift in tone for the rapper, bringing to light his continued struggles with self-doubt, fame, and his troubled upbringing. The album is laced with contradiction, seemingly reflecting Lamar’s own state of mind as it bounces between moods, tones, and messages as quickly as…