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Juno (2007): Brief Review

Juno directed by Jason Reitman (2007), is a film about mid-teen kids dealing with adult decisions and consequences after their experimental exploration of sex while keeping a sense of humor. This story is hilarious but truly grounded in a sense. There is love between all of the characters on a certain level even if it just reflectsContinue reading “Juno (2007): Brief Review”

The Raven: Brief Review

The Raven, directed by James McTeigue (2012), is a film about the finals days of Edgar Allan Poe and the mystery within them. This was an entertaining account of his last days. It incorporated his works, some history, and a lot of fiction in lieu of facts. The film was evenly paced and fairly enjoyable. Having livedContinue reading “The Raven: Brief Review”

Tony Parker: Brief Review

Tony Parker: The Final Shot, directed by Florent Bodin (2021), is a film about the life of professional basketball player Tony Parker. It not only captures the accomplishments but the spirit of the man throughout his basketball career from a young boy to the point of his pending retirement. It’s definitely one of the more captivating sportContinue reading “Tony Parker: Brief Review”

Candy: Brief Review

Candy, directed by Neil Armfield (2006), is a film about the struggles of living with an addiction and being in a relationship. It’s a great film. Not exactly like the book but close enough in feeling. If anything, it’s a lot lighter than the book. It isn’t better or worse. Just a different. The acting is phenomenal.Continue reading “Candy: Brief Review”

Free Willy (Escape from Pirate’s Cove): Brief Review

Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove, directed by Will Geiger (2010), is a film about a girl, a young orca that gets stuck in a shallow pool after a storm, and the girl trying to free the orca from her grandfathers “theme park” called Pirate’s Cove. It’s a cheap reimagining of the original Free Willy. Far lessContinue reading “Free Willy (Escape from Pirate’s Cove): Brief Review”

Explorers: Brief Review

Explorers, directed by Joe Dante (1985), is a film about three kids making contact with an alien species that take them into space to meet the humans they’ve been watching for some time through television, radio, and films. This is a fun and playful 80s family film. You have all the tones and humor of the TheContinue reading “Explorers: Brief Review”

The Vow: Brief Review

The Vow, directed by Michael Sucsy (2012), is a film about a woman that deals with memory lose after a car accident which leaves her and her husband to rediscover each other as people and as partners. With these romantic dramas I usually break a few tears at the overwhelmingly sensitive parts, especially with Rachel McAdams, butContinue reading “The Vow: Brief Review”

Silent Hill: Brief Review

Silent Hill, directed by Christophe Gans (2006), is a film about the horrors that ensue due to a child murder gone wrong. It’s an interesting film based on the games from the franchise of the same name. The play on horror dimensions, would be murderers plots and justification, and a victims pursuit of pursuing her tormentors isContinue reading “Silent Hill: Brief Review”

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