The New Guy (2002): Brief Review

The New Guy directed by Ed Decter (2002), is one of those high school teen comedies from the 2000’s that absolutely rocked the youth during the time. It had the funny but dopey dork guy who becomes cool, it has a somewhat decent soundtrack, the unimportant cool guy who’s really just a jerk, the supportiveContinue reading “The New Guy (2002): Brief Review”

Take the Lead (2006): Brief Review

Take the Lead directed by Liz Friedlander (2006), is an film about a professional dancer and instructor that gives lessons to underprivileged teens in their high school basement to teach them that they can accomplish anything, respect their peers, and have some confidence in what they’re doing in life. It’s a heart warming idea thatContinue reading “Take the Lead (2006): Brief Review”

After Everything (2018): Brief Review

After Everything directed by Hannah Marks and Joey Power (2018), is an film about two young people who dive head first fast through life milestones due to a cancer diagnosis but than have to deal with the consequences of survival and the changes in relationship. It’s the side of the cancer romance that not manyContinue reading “After Everything (2018): Brief Review”

You Instead (2011): Brief Review

You Instead also known as Rock’N’Love and Tonight You’re Mine directed by David Mackenzie (2011), is an film about two strangers who are performing at a festival but end up handcuffed to each other after they get into an argument and through out their time spent cuffed to each other they find each other fallingContinue reading “You Instead (2011): Brief Review”

New York, I Love You (2008): Brief Review

New York, I Love You directed by Natalie Portman, Yvan Attal, Fatih Akin, Joshua Marston, Mira Nair, Allen Hughes, Randall Balsmeyer, Brett Ratner, Shekhar Kapur, Shunji Iwai, and Jiang Wen (2008), is an film about multiple storylines that mildly intersect but don’t bear too much weight on each other and offer a slice of lifeContinue reading “New York, I Love You (2008): Brief Review”

Still Breathing (1997): Brief Review

Still Breathing directed by James F. Robinson (1997), is an film about a mystifying romance between a man who receives loose visions about who his soul mate is and a women who cons men out of their money for a living. They know absolutely nothing about each other until he finds her, they get toContinue reading “Still Breathing (1997): Brief Review”

Violet & Daisy (2011): Brief Review

Violet & Daisy directed by Geoffrey Fletcher (2011), is an film about an assassin duo who take their hit jobs in stride up until the point of meeting Michael who makes them think about the life they’re leading and how they’re doing it. It’s interesting story about two strong “teen” girls who don’t usually overContinue reading “Violet & Daisy (2011): Brief Review”

Logan Lucky (2017): Brief Review

Logan Lucky directed by Steven Soderbergh (2017), is an film about a speedway heist, a hillbilly oceans eleven type crew, and how they got away with it. You care as much about the characters as you do about the heist itself. Which is more than I can say for most heist films. It’s a filmContinue reading “Logan Lucky (2017): Brief Review”

Clowning Around (1991): Brief Review

Clowning Around directed by George Whaley (1991), is an film about a young man who is passionate about being a professional clown and goes to great lengths to earn his place as one. Never in my life have I felt that I’ve wasted so much of my time as I did when I watched thisContinue reading “Clowning Around (1991): Brief Review”

An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998): Brief Review

An All Dogs Christmas Carol directed by┬áPaul Sabella and Gary Selvaggio (1998), is an animated film about a few dogs trying to save Christmas from their own grinch-like dog menace. It’s a super cheap film by one of the same directors of All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 which explains why it has the sameContinue reading “An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998): Brief Review”