In search for my next film review I entered the recently added section of Netflix and decided upon watching Dark Night. Don’t confuse it with Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight because that is actually an enjoyable and well produced film unlike this. The interesting thing about this film is that it happens to fail in every aspect conceivable … Continue reading Dark Night: Bold and Brash? More Like Belongs in the Trash.
Dunkirk has opened in theaters to both critical (93% on Rotten Tomatoes) and box office (reportedly “The film has now earned $63.8m domestic in five days of release” on Forbes) success. Dunkirk is the recent film written and directed by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Night Trilogy, Memento, Inception) as he attempts to capture the events on and near the … Continue reading A Fresh and Enticing War Film. Dunkirk Review
I, like many of you saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and it's a pretty enjoyable film. I've also seen that everyone and their mother, and their grandmother has done: a review, or an Easter egg hunt, or speculation of a sequel content or franchise comparisons or how it expands the Marvel universe or pretty much anything discussing the … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming One Paragraph Review
YouTube homes the largest video streaming website and has become a vast sea of various personalities, content, and creators. Those unfamiliar with the site might judge it on the surface as being the host of funny cat videos, extreme pranks, or other sensational viral videos. While this content is there, YouTube has evolved to include … Continue reading YouTube Communities Coming Together to put on Heathers: The (Online) Musical: And You can be a Part of it.
The Eyes of My Mother is an incredibly crazy movie, about being absolutely insane. The film explores tales of a psychotic little girl who through traumatic experiences grows into a monster. This comes to us from the unique mind of Nicolas Pesce who served this film as both writer and director. Pesce gives us a … Continue reading This Movie is Completely Insane! The Eyes of My Mother (Film Review)
Movies are often the art form for the masses as it seems to be easily accessible and enjoyed by many. With the long audience reach of a good film it’s important to understand how this can be a platform to discuss the human experience. A Girl Like Her is a documentary styled fiction film that … Continue reading There’s a Lot to be Said About “A Girl Like Her”
This post is for the couple of films I’ve watched that recently that I couldn’t find a real purpose to write out a full post on. These films don’t share a common theme really so it should be interesting to mind bend across these transitions between films or you could just find one you want … Continue reading 4 Films I Don’t Quite Know What to Say About Them