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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For  Review

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 08/30/14:
I thought this was a really good film. I did like the first Sin City more, but I definitely enjoyed this one too. It's basically just more of the same. I mean, the stories in this one aren't as good as the ones in the original, but it's still a very fast-paced, violent, visually inventive and highl...
The Giver  Review

The Giver Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/04/14:
This is an adaptation of author Lois Lowry's Newbery Medal-winning young adult novel of the same name. The Giver is about a young man named Jonas (Brenton Thwaites) living in a future where complacency is valued above all else. He discovers the sinister secrets that hold his fragile society togethe...
Horns  Review

Horns Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/23/15:
This is actually based on a novel of the same name by author Joe Hill. Horns is the story of a man who is accused of raping and murdering his girlfriend and uses his newly discovered paranormal abilities to uncover the real killer. Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) is an outcast in his town. He has a g...
Jingle All the Way 2  Review

Jingle All the Way 2 Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterbox profile on 12/06/14:
I don't get all the hate for this film. I actually didn't think this was that bad. The first one is one of the best Christmas films ever made, so I thought this was going to be pretty bad, but I wanted to see it anyway, so I rented it. Surprisngly, it was actually pretty funny. It's basically about ...
Let's Be Cops  Review

Let's Be Cops Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/07/14:
This is about buddies Ryan (Jake Johnson) and Justin (Damon Wayans Jr.), who dress up as police officers for a costume party and are thrown into the real and dangerous world of cops and robbers when they are mistaken for actual law enforcement. I honestly don't get all the hate this film seems to b...
If I Stay  Review

If I Stay Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 08/25/14:
Let the waterworks begin! Yes, I actually cried during this film and I'm not ashamed to admit it. lol This is just one of those films that pulls at your heartstrings. Chloe Grace Moretz continues to amaze me with every role she is given. In this one, she plays a young cellist (which she has learned...
Jersey Boys  Review

Jersey Boys Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/11/14:
Clint Eastwood directed this film adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical. Jersey Boys tells the story of four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came together to form the iconic 1960s music group The Four Seasons. The story of their trials and triumphs are accompani...
Blended  Review

Blended Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/14/14:
Blended is a romantic comedy about a terrible blind date that transitions into a nightmare family vacation. Jim Friedman (Adam Sandler) and Lauren Reynolds (Drew Barrymore) are two single parents just looking for love. In the wake of a blind date that turns disastrous, both agree that they're bette...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/17/14:
I went to see this earlier today. This is the final installment of Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy. The Battle of the Five Armies brings to an epic conclusion the adventures of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), Thorin Oakenshield (Richard Armitage) and the Company of Dwarves. Having reclaimed their ho...
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes  Review

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/18/14:
In this sequel to the 2011 film Rise of the Planet of the Apes, a decade after their escape, Caesar and his fellow super-intelligent apes strike a tenuous peace with human survivors of the simian virus, but all-out war is on the horizon. A conflict that will determine which species will dominate th...
Annie  Review

Annie Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 12/22/14:
Based on the popular comic strip, Annie tells the extraordinary story of a little orphan named Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) who ends up in the lap of luxury with billionaire Benjamin Stacks (Jamie Foxx), a variation of Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks. Unlike most of the other children at Miss Hannigan’s (Came...
Tusk  Review

Tusk Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/04/15:
In Tusk, Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) and his best friend Teddy (Haley Joel Osment) record podcasts. In order to research one they did about a teenage Canadian internet sensation named The Kill Bill Kid (Doug Banks) who severed his leg while playing with a sword, Wallace decides to take a trip nort...
Boyhood  Review

Boyhood Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/07/15:
Boyhood is a coming-of-age drama from director Richard Linklater, who spent twelve years making it. Richard cast a young boy and shot the film a few days at a time for over a decade so that he could capture how his leading actor and the rest of his cast aged. Boyhood is the story of a young boy nam...
Stuck in Love  Review

Stuck in Love Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/09/15:
Stuck in Love is the story of Bill Borgens (Greg Kinnear), a highly respected and award-winning novelist who has been unable to write a word since his wife Erica (Jennifer Connelly) left him three years ago. While he pines for his ex, their oldest daughter Sam (Lily Collins) is about to publish her...
A Case of You  Review

A Case of You Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/09/15:
A Case of You is about a smitten writer named Sam (Justin Long) who creates an alternate online identity in order to charm a beautiful barista named Birdie (Evan Rachel Wood) and realizes that maintaining his elaborate ploy is easier said than done. This was a pretty cute and heartwarming film. It ...
Trust  Review

Trust Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 04/14/14:
This is a very underrated film, IMO. You can never be too careful. This kind of stuff happens more often than you might think. If you have any teenage sons or daughters, you know that Facebook, Twitter and chat rooms are popular forms of communication. Online predators are definitely out there and ...
No Good Deed  Review

No Good Deed Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/12/15:
This is about an escaped convict who gains entry to a mother's home by claiming car trouble and proceeds to terrorize her and her children. Oh, boy! I'm SO glad I just rented this and that it was a pretty short film! lol It was only about 84 minutes long and I'm glad it wasn't any longer. This wasn...
Young Ones  Review

Young Ones Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/15/15:
Young Ones is set in a future where water has become dangerously scarce. In this harsh environment, Ernest Holm (Michael Shannon) tries to raise his two children: daughter Mary (Elle Fanning) and son Jerome (Kodi Smit-McPhee). Ernest defends his farm from bandits, works the supply routes and hopes ...
Jimi: All Is by My Side  Review

Jimi: All Is by My Side Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/15/15:
Directed by John Ridley, this is a biopic of legendary rock star Jimi Hendrix, which takes place during 1966 and 1967. Andre Benjamin portrays the iconic rocker, who rose from playing backup guitar at New York's Cheetah Club to igniting the Monterey Pop Festival with a scorching performance that wo...
Hollow Man 2  Review

Hollow Man 2 Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 01/16/15:
I've never seen this one before, but I really enjoyed the first one, so I wanted to check this one out as well. I just got the Mill Creek double feature Blu-ray fairly recently and decided to watch this one. Wow! This was absolutely terrible! I'm glad I only paid about $2 for the Blu-ray because I ...
The Equalizer  Review

The Equalizer Review


Sad Beautiful Tragic, Jan 23, 2015


Posted on my Letterboxd profile on 09/29/14:
Wow! Talk about a fun film! I really enjoyed this! Denzel always amazes me with everything he does. In this one, he plays a middle aged retired intelligence officer named Robert McCall who believes he has put his special forces past behind him and dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. B...
John Wick  Review

John Wick Review


simonynwa, Jan 21, 2015


A film seemingly tailor made for Reeves' particular monotony, this is a straight action film, but makes no pretence to be anything else and is highly entertaining. Once the film is done with garnering as much sympathy for its lead as it is possible to get, this is pretty much one action sequence after another, but the film is very well paced, doesn...
Unbroken  Review

Unbroken Review


tallrichard, Jan 21, 2015


SPOILER! This is a valiant try at a great movie...Problem is, it is only a try. When you're on a life raft for more than 30 minutes of a two hour movie, you need to refer to Hitchcock's Lifeboat for it not to get monotonous...when you're in a prison camp with a sadistic guard for more than a hour, you need to refer to the Great Escape to see it d...
Wild Wild West  Review

Wild Wild West Review


BlurayBascom, Jan 20, 2015


This movie has only ONE...ONE saving grace. The ONLY thing good about this film is SALMA HAYEK!!! I'm not saying this because I absolutely LOVE Salma...but because this movie is really, REALLY that bad! I've seen it more than once only because I'm such a huge fan of Salma Hayek! Otherwise, WILD WILD WEST is pretty much a waste of time...and ...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review


JTurner, Jan 20, 2015


Peter Jackson's LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy worked beautifully because it was based on a trilogy of books with the genuine depth of an epic fantasy drama. Turning the relatively shorter HOBBIT into a trilogy was a much riskier move, however, as the length of the story doesn't really require a nearly nine hour long marathon. One of the biggest critici...
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug  Review

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Review


JTurner, Jan 20, 2015


I don't know how one is supposed to turn a rather short book like J.R.R. Tolkien's THE HOBBIT into a trilogy, but that's exactly what Peter Jackson has done. No stranger to Middle-Earth, having helmed the phenomenal LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, the best things that can be said about his re-imagining of this classic tale is that at least the productio...
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey  Review

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review


JTurner, Jan 20, 2015


More than seventy years ago, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a story called "The Hobbit", in which the title character somehow gets mixed up with a bunch of dwarves to reclaim missing treasure. The success and acclaim of this book led to the highly acclaimed "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, which years later was transformed into one of the greatest movie trilogie...
American Sniper  Review

American Sniper Review


Jason1978, Jan 20, 2015


Clearly now one of the most controversial movies of the year and one of the most controversial war movies ever made, American Sniper is a powerful film regardless of your views on war. Clint Eastwood, who has strongly been outspoken against this and all wars, crafted one of the best films of his career with a epic performance by Bradley Cooper who ...
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope  Review

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Review


BlurayBascom, Jan 19, 2015


This IS it! Like everybody else in this world-STAR WARS turned me into the movie lover I am today. I was 11 years old when Star Wars made it's debut in 1977. I think this film actually changed my life in a silly kind of way. When I was a kid, I remember get excited just by seeing the commercials for the movie on TV. I love this movie so much th...
Septic Man  Review

Septic Man Review


Evil, Jan 18, 2015


I blind bought this movie based on the title alone and was immediately treated to a really gross but memorable opening sequence. The rest of the movie is also pretty gross but it never quite reaches the level of that first scene. Some parts/people in the movie are unclear since not much background info is given but the overall plot is pretty basi...


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