Volition
Movies

Volition

Typically, when I watch a movie, I write my review within 30 minutes of finishing it. Occasionally, I may wait a day. Volition is the first film that took me days to digest and, honestly, I’m […]

Archive
Movies

Archive

I always find that the higher I rate a film, the less I want to write the review. I don’t want to spoil the movie and I’m worried that any discussion will provide hints that […]

Mighty Oak
Drama

Mighty Oak

Sometimes a movie just speaks to you. One of the first films to do that for me was A Walk to Remember. When it came out, I was 20, I was in college, and something was […]

7500
Movies

7500

I’ve been a Joseph Gordon-Levitt fan every since 3rd Rock from the Sun. I’ve followed his film career relatively closely, so when I saw that he was the star of 7500, I knew that I had […]

WrestleMassacre
Horror

WrestleMassacre

Sometimes you come across a movie so bad that you have to laugh. That’s how I felt about WrestleMassacre. The film appears to have been shot without a budget, potentially with cell phones. There is no […]

Mr. Jones
Biography

Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones is a long, slow film… not MCU long, but long none-the-less. The film, advertised as a biopic, tells the story of Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist that broke the news of Holodomor and […]

You Don't Nomi
Documentary

You Don’t Nomi

A few weeks ago, a colleague and I ended up having a rather in depth discussion regarding the films of Paul Verhoeven. We talked about the complexity of them, the social satire, and Verhoeven in […]

Becky
Movies

Becky

When my wife and I watched the trailer for this film, we both immediately said the same thing, it looks like an R-rated version of Home Alone. My wife decided she didn’t want to watch it, […]

A Clear Shot
Drama

A Clear Shot

I was 9 years old when the largest hostage rescue operation in American history happened. It took place on April 4, 1991 in Sacramento, California when 4 gunman took hostages at a Good Guys! electronics […]