Movie Reviews



    Melissa McCarthy is on the big screen again and just as amazing as ever in her newest comedy "Tammy". I laughed consistently throughout the film from beginning to end, which is something I haven't done since Bridesmaids. There have been great comedies since then, but not one that has me in stitches the […]


Adore, the film

Alright so before I even begin to talk about the film, can we discuss that hugely awkward thing known as "second-hand embarassment"? I mean we've all experienced it at least once in our lives; someone makes an embarassing speech or eats shit in front of a group of people and for some reason we too […]


Mixed Feelings About Maleficent

                      We all know the story of Disney's classic film Sleeping Beauty. We know the self-proclaimed Mistress of all evil, Maleficent, puts a curse on young Princess Aurora that will send her and the kingdom into a deep sleep when she pricks her finger on a spinning wheel at the age of 16. […]


The Amazing Spider-Man 2

                   With summer around the corner we are going to start getting a ton of action packed movies. A lot of them will be of course superhero movies and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was the second one to kick off the start of summer blockbusters.          It […]


Wolf of Wall Street

      The Wolf of Wall Street was a very well made movie. There is no way I could disagree with that. Everything was well done, the script was well written and the acting was on top of the pack. One of the biggest problems I had with the film was the fact that […]


The Conjuring

Being a huge fan of horror films, I am constantly on the hunt for movies that will genuinely scare me.  This of course, for me anyway, is extremely hard to find in American films. When I say I like horror, I’m taking about Japanese and Korean films that leave you traumatized. The kind that have […]



      “Don’t disturb the family” is the ever so eerie, yet extremely fitting tagline for Chan-wook Park’s thriller released earlier this year. Written by Wentworth Miller, yes the dude from Prison Break, the film Stoker tells the story of the odd members of the Stoker family. The film opens to a young introverted […]


The Bling Ring

The Bling Ring      After wonderful films like The Virgin Suicides and Marie Antoinette, writer and director Sofia Coppola gives audiences another film to faun over this summer with the release of her latest project The Bling Ring. The lovely Sofia Coppola is sometimes criticized for her work because somefind it to be different, and […]


Celeste and Jesse Forever

             Jesse and Celeste forever was much like 500 Days of Summer, a reality that sometimes it doesn’t always work at the end. Written by Rashida Jones and William McComark, it follows Jesse (Andy Samberg) and Celeste (Rashida Jones) through the life after their divorce. Having been best friend for most of their life it […]


The Purge

      In a future version of America where the country has become a Utopia of sorts due to the annual "purge", James Sandin (played by Ethan Hawke) is suddenly burdened with ensuring the survival of his family as well as himself. The event known as the purge allows citizens one night a year […]

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