Then there was another weird, young Korean actress death, KIM Mi-Soo, who was working on a Disney+ series at the time of her sudden passing at age 29. She apparently on a Korean drama called "Snowdrop", which I've actually heard of,- but other then that, I'm not familiar with her work, but those who've even a glancing amount of attention towards it know that there's been a disturbing amount of young Korean performers, across seemingly all genres of fame, that have died, mostly by suicide in recent years. I don't know the cause of KIM's death; it's not been revealed yet, and it was incredibly and perhaps it's unrelated to this trend of which, some of which were linked to Korea #MeToo movement revelations, which was perhaps more disturbing then our country's ones in many cases..., and, I don't know what it is exactly, but there's definitely something that's way too toxic going on in the Korean entertainment industry right now. I really should not be hearing about so many young deaths at the same time, from the same celebrity sphere.
I should also note that we love Robert Durst as well, so I guess there's some hope that Death's performance will improve this year, but so far, I'm not overly impressed with his work.
THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY (2020) Director: Lee Daniels
I have a feeling I'm gonna get some hate for this one. I haven't felt this nervous about giving a negative review to an animated movie since I thought "Spider-Man:: Into the Spider-Verse" sucked. (Which it still does btw.) I don't think this'll be that polarizing but giving a negative review to a Pixar film is definitely taking a gamble. Maybe this is just a side-effect of higher expectation though; if somebody else made "Luca", eh, maybe I'd give it that extra 1/2 out of generosity, but ehhh, something was just way too off on this one. And I don't think I'm that outside the box here, despite the high RT rating, if you actually look closer at the actual reviews, which btw, you should always, not just look at the damn score...!, but I digress, you start to see a lot of mediocre positive review. A lot of 3-3 1/2/5s, a lot of B's not a lot of A's. There's a lot of, "It may not be the best Pixar movie..." out there, and no it's definitely not that.
but for those unfamiliar, my brother Robbie is severely autistic and is especially non-verbal. When I'm home, I'm watching him. Even now, as I write this. He needs 24-hour care and at times I've documented some of the tolls that's taken on me. So, if you're asking to yourself, "David, is this is a subject that's so personal to you, and provides something so precious as insight into what your brother might be thinking and trying to communicate and how he thinks among other things, why wouldn't you seek out and read this book?", well, here's the answer: fear.
Their sound was more flexible then people realize. They had several previous names, most notably Big Pink, which explained the name of their debut album, "Music By Big Pink", which is also arguably their best album, but everybody just kept calling them The Band, when they were recording and working with Bob Dylan in Woodstock, most notably on what would be called "The Basement Tapes". They just made great music and were amazing musicians who seemed like they could do anything and work with anyone.