Movies

10,000 Km: Do Long-Distance Relationships Work?

Movies, Romantic Comedy - 1 week ago by Chris

10,000 Km is a well-crafted foray into exploring a couple’s attempts to utilize tech to keep their relationship afloat, 10,000 Km apart. 10,000 Km works well as it blends form and content together. It focuses on the idea of the love-technology angle, which has its pros and cons. It poses read more

What We Did on Our Holiday: a Moving Family Drama

Drama, Movies - 2 weeks ago by DSouza

In What We Did On Our Holiday, Abi and Doug go on a family vacation with their kids. The kids divulge intimate details about their family life and parents. The dysfunctional family lives with a haunting secret. It soon becomes clear that for keeping a huge secret from the relatives, read more

Unexpected: an Unexpectedly Decent Indie Flick

Movies, Romantic Comedy - 2 weeks ago by Chris

Unexpected is a successful indie film in which a school teacher in downtown Chicago finds out that she is pregnant and so does one of her best students and as the story progresses, an unlikely friendship develops between the two as they overcome the problems caused by their situation. The read more

Shaun the Sheep: a True Masterpiece by Nick Park

Animation, Movies - 2 weeks ago by Chris

Shaun the Sheep is a beautifully crafted project of the well-known director Nick Park, who is associated with animated hits Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit. It is a spin-off of a series of the same name that aired on the Disney Channel. Shaun the Sheep is aimed at young read more

Stray Dog: a Heart Wrenching Documentary

Documentary, Movies - 3 weeks ago by DSouza

Debra Granik forays into documentary making with Stray Dog, focusing on the protagonist in his daily routine. The movie begins as an ellipsis and ends like one too. The movie has a runtime of 98 minutes. The director met a Vietnam veteran during the shooting of Winter’s Bone where he read more

Mr. Holmes: Senior Sherlock?

Drama, Movies - 3 weeks ago by Chris

Mr. Holmes is a film adaptation of Mitch Collin’s 2005 novel, A Slight Trick of the Mind. Set in 1947, the story is about differentiating the real Holmes from the man of the myths. The film portrays Sherlock Holmes as an aged retiree, living in the remote countryside in Sussex read more

Jimmy’s Hall: a Rehashing of Footloose

Drama, Movies - 4 weeks ago by admin

Director Ken Loach has been in the movie business for half a century now. His first offering was Poor Cow, back in 1967. For every one great movie, there are four/five forgettable movies. His famous movies include: The Wind That Shakes The Barley Kes Land And Freedom His latest offering, read more

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Black Mass Trailer Released with Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger

Drama, Movies - 4 weeks ago by admin

Warner Bros. Pictures released a new “Black Mass” trailer for the Boston mobster film. Directed by Scott Cooper (“Crazy Heart”) with 3-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp in the leading role as James “Whitey” Bulger, the Black Mass trailer will have you wishing time away until the movie premieres in theaters read more

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Terminator Genisys: an Unimaginative Reboot

Action, Movies - 1 month ago by Chris

Terminator was a unique blend of artificial intelligence, time travel and action sequences. Terminator 2: Judgment Day took the blend to new levels. In 2015, liquid metal robots, AI, and time travel are run-of-the-mill concepts. Terminator GeniSys includes all that along with destroying San Francisco for the umpteenth time. Alan read more