We’ve seen it a lot in our lifetimes, but after decades of films like The Right Stuff, Apollo 13, or The Martian, studios are finding that there’s something about space movies that usually allows for filmmakers to speak more profoundly about universal truths regarding humanity. Much of the time, it is about the strength of the human spirit, and the will and determination to survive. And Netflix’s Stowaway, is no exception. However, interestingly enough, where Stowaway deviates from the formula, is that it introduces the twist of a philosophical conundrum that says more about humanity than many other films I’ve seen in years: what if literally not everyone actually can survive? What options do you have then?Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Stowaway’ is Thought-Provoking and Soulful”
As you can tell from the title and the banner image of this post, we really got into the hard hitting questions about philosophy, humanity, and politics during this interview, and in no way talked about mine or anyone’s respective crushes on Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim, or Shamier Anderson.
Okay. That’s a lie. It’s just unavoidable when you get on a call with those three.Continue reading “Crushing on Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim, and Shamier Anderson of Netflix’s ‘Stowaway’”