Recently: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I”

IMG_0372-0.JPGAs a film series continues the feeling of being tired from the same thing can sometimes pop up. The reason or reasons, may be varied, but with a long running franchise, it’s almost unavoidable. Continue reading


TV Movie: “Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever”

IMG_0368.JPGThe holiday or Christmas themed movie usually only goes one of two ways. Funny comedy or serious drama. I’m not sure which is better, but there’s something to be said about an absolutely silly holiday comedy. Continue reading

At First Glance: “Star Wars: Episode VII- The Force Awakens”

And this week just keeps getting better! Only a few days ago the world was treated to the first trailer for the latest installment in the “Jurassic Park” franchise and now this! A teaser trailer for one of the biggest films of next year! Among many other things (the US release of “The Babadook”), the world of entertainment couldn’t be any more exciting right now! What could possibly top all this?!?!?? Continue reading

On Second Thought: “Hannibal”

IMG_0369.JPGWhen you watch a film the first time, you’ll either love it, hate it, or be somewhat indifferent towards it. Sometimes it’s just because you’re not entirely certain it really is a flat out bad film. Maybe there’s other factors that keep you from enjoying it completely. Continue reading

10 Years: “Closer”

IMG_0366-0.JPGThe movie adaptation of a play is an interesting type of film. It’s different from a book adaptation, but still requires a lot of work, even if the script seems more or less written. It’ll be the difference between a fun and enjoyable film and one that’s just a bit too boring. Continue reading

Recently: “Belle”

IMG_0355-0.JPGThe historical biopic is a tricky film to successfully create. If you’ve picked a subject that’s well known, then the information that will be covered is already well known and may not make for interesting storylines in the film. And yet people still make films about Elizabeth I for some reason. Continue reading