10 Years: “Before Sunset”

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When it comes to films involving romance, there’s usually the silly romantic comedy film, like “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” or “13 Going on 30” or there’s… romance… Huh… are there romance films? Continue reading

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At First Glance: “Leprechaun: Origins”

Somehow I missed the release of the trailer for another reboot horror series. As with any film series, especially horror, rebooting is the thing to do. Why? They always say it’s to engage or introduce a new generation to something that’s considered a “classic” or “cult classic”, that you’d think, rebooting isn’t needed at all. How hard is it to find a copy and watch it? Continue reading

At First Glance: “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them”

At long last!!! I’ve been hearing about this film for some time, especially in the last few months, as the film has been making noise of an interesting nature. I also have loved, more or less, the work of the two lead actors of this film, so the anticipation has been killing me. Continue reading

On Second Thought: “Elizabeth”

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Historical figures or events have always been of major interest for studios, filmmakers, and audiences for some time. Some are well known, as there have been other versions of them told. Some are lesser known, unless you study history of some nature. That alone can dictate whether a film will be successful or good, let alone interesting. Continue reading

10 Years: “Lemony Snicket’s: A Series of Unfortunate Events”

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Whenever you hear that a book or book series is going to be adapted for the big screen, you wonder will it be good? What will be different? What will remain and look amazing? It seems that there’s seldom a different direction to go when thinking about an adaptation. There’s the general consensus that the books are better than the movies, and usually, that’s true. Never before, have I been torn by what to think of a movie. Continue reading