Click “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” for my in-depth analysis.
Unfortunately, Twilight is a critic-proof saga and no matter how much I hate on it, it’ll still break box-office records. So with the last Twilight film upon us, I thought it would be rather interesting to explore the true story of how vampires came to being: In 1454, a ruler emerged in Transylvania (of modern day Romania). His nameContinue reading “Film Review: “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2” ★ (1/5)”
1. It’s a Wonderful Life – “It’s a Wonderful life” is the most inspiring film ever made, it’s a film that feels fresh and new no matter how many times you view it. I doubt any film will ever replace this spot on my list. Frank Capra’s feel good film has acted as a saviorContinue reading “The 11 Greatest Films of All Time”
Best Picture: THE ARTIST Leading Actor: Jean Dujardin, THE ARTIST Leading Actress: Viola Davis, THE HELP Best Director: Michel Hazanavicius, THE ARTIST Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, BEGINNERS Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, THE HELP Best Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, MIDNIGHT IN PARIS Best Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, MONEYBALL Best Art Direction: HUGO Best Cinematography: THE TREEContinue reading “Oscar Predictions 2012”
“Drive” “How about this – shut your mouth or I’ll kick your teeth down your throat and I’ll shut it for you. “ Mark my words; upon looking at posters of the driver, future generations will recognize an icon the same way we acknowledge James Dean’s Jim Stark and Marlon Brando’s Stanley Kowalski as symbols ofContinue reading “The 10 Best Films of 2011”
When “Iron Man” was released two years ago, I remember leaving the theater hungry for more. Now that Jon Favreau has come up with the sequel I can’t help but want less. By less I mean less of a lot of things. Less characters, that’s for sure. The film introduces so many new characters withoutContinue reading “Film Review: “Iron Man 2” ★ ★ (2/5)”