Posts Tagged ‘movie review

The 1929 silent film ‘Un Chien Andalou‘ (which means “An Andalusian Dog”), by Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel, is a surrealistic mixed bag of non-related scenes strung together, that for it’s time was shocking and obscene. Ants crawling out of a man’s palm, a severed hand in the street and another with a man who suddenly starts [...]

Waiting a long time to see The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus in order to savor watching Heath Ledger perform for the last time, left me feeling sad and empty even though I adored the film. I was waiting for the moment when Heath’s screen time would end and how exactly would the incorporation of Johnny [...]

In the sci-fi thriller The Island, nothing is what it seems. Warning slight spoilers ahead. Lincoln Six Echo (Ewan McGregor) and Jordan Two Delta (Scarlett Johansson) inhabit a world where everyone wears a white jumpsuit (everyday) and every aspect of their lives are monitored 24 hours a day. Things are not what they seem. This [...]

After 9/11, a phenomenon was picked up via heat imagery by satellite in a remote location in Afghanistan. CIA agent Benjamin Keynes (Jonas Ball) pairs up with a Recon Special Ops team to find positive confirmation of this supernatural existence. ‘The Objective’ thinks it has one…but I couldn’t find it.  Initially, I was surprised an [...]

An aspiring inventor of a little boy named Flint Lockwood (voice by Bill Hader), makes spray on shoes for show and tell in school, but gets ridiculed by his classmates because he can’t take them off. Later that evening, while feeling sad and blue, he gets an present, a lab coat from his mother, who encourages him [...]

Movie review for ‘Silent Hill’, one of the top 5 scariest films, in my opinion. When a mothers seeks answers about her adoptive daughter’s sleepwalking episodes that threaten the poor child’s life, Rose (Radha Mitchell) is lead to Silent Hill, the town her daughter Sharon (Jodelle Ferland) keeps screaming out during her episodes. While stopped [...]

After.Life (directed by Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo) opens with Anna (Christina Ricci) and her boyfriend Paul (Justin Long) trying to get their groove on in bed, but Anna is not having it. She is distant. It is obvious this girl is unhappy and doesn’t want to talk about it. At the school where she teaches some older kids are [...]

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