The Boy Next Door

I was really nervous about this one…I really was. After all the bull-crap romantic comedies starring Jennifer Lopez (Maid in Manhattan, Out of Sight, An Unfinished Life) I didn’t know if this would… Continue reading

Blackhat

Blackhat, starring Chris Hemsworth (The Cabin in the Woods, Thor, Star Trek *2009) is one of those movies where you think it’s going to be a snooze fest but you go into the… Continue reading

Selma

Movies like Selma always give me that feeling of dread. As an african-american movies like this come with a history that I have to know, these types of movies always make me wish… Continue reading

*Throwback* Breakfast at Tiffany’s

  Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I just wanna hit myself on the head for having never seen this movie until recently. As of right now it has become my new official favorite Romance movie!… Continue reading

The Interview

The epic bro-mance, both on screen and off, continues with Seth Rogen (Neighbors, Superbad, The Guilt Trip) and James Franco (Pineapple Express, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Lovelace) in the action… Continue reading

Into the Woods

From broad-way to the big-screen Disney brings us Into the Woods! A magical musical that kinda grew a little stale with its two-hour time-frame. In this film we have a Baker played by… Continue reading

Annie

  I almost feel bad about reviewing this movie. Having grown up with the original 1982 ‘Annie’ I had high expectations for this re-make. Too high. Comparing the two is almost unfair however… Continue reading

Exodus: Gods and Kings

It feels so good to be back again! Sorry for the gap in movie reviews Holidays and feeling under the weather can do that to a person. However upon my return I bring… Continue reading

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

  Finally, FINALLY  the Hunger Games trilogy gets good! Once again we follow Katniss Everdeen played by Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle, Winter’s Bone, Silver Linings Playbook) into the world of Panem which is… Continue reading

*Throwback* Casablanca

This week; know when I saw ‘Throwback’ I mean ‘Throwback’! I’m taking you back to big bands  and the joys when soda-pop cost a nickel! With the beautiful film Casablanca we have Rick… Continue reading

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      Rajkumar Hirani, the Indian film director who is part of the Shanghai International Film Festival’s competition jury, says he is pleased by the reception that Indian films are getting in China. But in conversation in Shanghai he sidestepped the accusations of sexual assault that were recently levelled against him. “I don’t think we should talk […] […]
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