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About Douglas Laman
Douglas Laman is a life-long movie fan, writer and Rotten Tomatoes approved critic whose writing has been published in outlets like The Mary Sue, Fangoria, The Spool, and ScarleTeen. Residing both on the Autism spectrum and in Texas, Doug adores pugs, showtunes, the Wes Anderson movie Fantastic Mr. Fox, and any music by Carly Rae Jepsen.
Warner Bros. Discovery's plans to merge Discovery+ programming with HBO Max is discouraging on several levels.
The 2003 Daredevil movie really isn't very good...but it did come alive for one super-emo montage.
It's honestly a shame that Woo and Van Damme only made one film together.
If Kevin Costner leaves Yellowstone, how will it impact future star-fueled TV programs?
David Lynch has always loved surreal cinema, but he took that affection to chilling new heights with 'Lost Highway.'
Claire Foy has a gift for shouting for justice in her unforgettable movie performances...we need her to do that in new films annually.
Netflix needs to realize that noticeable marketing campaigns are necessary for TV shows beyond 'Stranger Things.'
Foreign-language performances often get overlooked by the Academy Awards, but that doesn't devalue their immense artistic worth.
Netflix is planning to crack down on password sharing, a tremendously bad idea on countless levels.
High Frame Rate looks so strange and off-putting, but what exactly is this technology?
Craig Ferguson's time on 'The Late Late Show' was a gold mine for late-night TV enthusiasts.
Movie 43 was an all-time bad movie, but its production was also plagued by unspeakable chaos.
This 2013 movie isn't just a Dwayne Johnston star vehicle, it's also radically different than modern Johnson offerings.
Apple TV+ isn't always talked about, but it's quietly become a great home for a variety of underrated programs.
A Hot Wheels movie has been on Hollywood's radar for decades but has always blown a creative flat for a slew of reasons.
Where 'Late Night' flopped, 'The Peanut Butter Falcon' soared.