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 Paul 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”

All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989): Brief Review

All Dogs Go to Heaven directed by Don Bluth (1989), is an animated film about mobster dogs who die/murdered and go to heaven but end up escaping since Charlie has unfinished business and ends up helping a child to even his own disbelief. It is a heavy story to be considered a family story during thisContinue reading “All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989): Brief Review”

American Ultra (2015): Brief Review

American Ultra directed by Nima Nourizadeh (2015), is a film about a young man who seems like a bit of a stoner loser in a small West Virginia town that he’ll never leave but it turns out that he and his girlfriend are awesome badasses that just dominate the government which is trying to take themContinue reading “American Ultra (2015): Brief Review”

Never Goin’ Back (2018): Brief Review

Never Goin’ Back directed by Augustine Frizzell (2018), is a film about is a fun but gritty film about two girls who are best friends that are trying to enjoy and get through life. These girls get high, make mistakes, have awful family, and just rely on each other to get through the days. The charactersContinue reading “Never Goin’ Back (2018): Brief Review”

Riding in Cars with Boys (2001): Brief Review

Riding in Cars with Boys directed by Penny Marshall (2001), is a film about the life of a girl in America from the 1950’s to becoming a teenage mother and wife in the 1960’s to the turbulent marriage of and single motherhood of the 1970’s to the somewhat current time in the 1990’s. It’s an interestingContinue reading “Riding in Cars with Boys (2001): Brief Review”

Buffaloed (2019): Brief Review

Buffaloed directed by Tanya Wexler (2019), is a film about a girl who does her best to figure out and play the ultimate American game to become a wild success by financial means. The story is hilarious and some how very relatable. A young person making their way from the bottom to the top is aContinue reading “Buffaloed (2019): Brief Review”

Natural Selection (2011): Brief Review

Natural Selection directed by Robbie Pickering (2011), is a film about a woman who finds out her religious husband is donating his specimen to a sperm bank when she believes she cannot conceive after he is rushed to the hospital. It’s a bit of a wild story with the background, the ongoing, and the result ofContinue reading “Natural Selection (2011): Brief Review”

The Farewell (2019): Brief Review

The Farewell directed by Lulu Wang (2019), is a film about coming together in China to spend time with and prematurely grieve a loved one who is dying but doesn’t know it. It’s a touch story and a great film to watch as it was beautifully composed. I thought I’d be fully taken by the performancesContinue reading “The Farewell (2019): Brief Review”

Seven Psychopaths (2012): Brief Review

Seven Psychopaths directed by Martin McDonagh (2012), is a film about a writer who unknowingly has a friend who is less inhibited than most and then knowingly seeks out others who are not that much different than his friend. Everything in this film is fairly well done. The story even mixes itself with real life eventsContinue reading “Seven Psychopaths (2012): Brief Review”