Ivan’s Childhood Review

Nothing beats an early Monday morning quite like a depressing debut from Andrei Tarkovsky. It feels only fair that my first time experiencing any...

Glengarry Glen Ross Review

There’s something very special to me about a film that can contain itself to just one room and pull off some of the greatest...

The Odd Couple Review

No comedy pairing may be quite as revered for their typically stellar work as that of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Diving right into...

Ponyo Review

The output of Studio Ghibli is truly admirable. Crafting variously beautiful stories, woven with a careful animation that gives their films a personal touch...

Hollywood Ending Review

My soft spot for the behind the scenes workings of preparing a movie, added onto the huge adoration I have for Woody Allen’s work,...

Rambo: First Blood Review

The work of Sylvester Stallone is often overlooked as grimacing, slurred action movies and the occasional misplaced dramatic performance in low budget shlock. What people...

Cedar Rapids Review

Ed Helms has a contemptible face. For his ugly mug to be plastered on the front of the DVD case makes Cedar Rapids even more terrifying than...

David Lynch: The Art Life Review

David Lynch looks like a man with a lot of pent up anger. He puts this anger into his work, his personal life and,...

The Devil Wears Prada Review

With every genre, there comes a time when you’ve seen enough that you can more or less predict where, when and how the most...

Force Majeure Review

Foreign drama pieces from the modern age are, sincerely, some of the best films we shall ever receive. Often showcasing mundane lifestyles that are...
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