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Project Almanac

“Project Almanac”: Time Travel for Teens

Movies - 4 years ago by Chris

Project Almanac happens to have the undertones of a teenager turned hero with the ever enchanting story about time travel. This movie is a flat out “Primer meets Chronicle” plot. The film targeted at the youth and young adults who aren’t from the “Back to the Future” era. Teen Fiction read more


“Paddington”: Warm Fuzzy Fun for the Family

Animation, Comedy, Movies - 4 years ago by Chris

I was worried once I heard that “Paddington” the movie was rated PG (Parental Guidance Required) for language, sexual overtones and light threats despite being a beloved children’s series by Michael Bond. However, once I watched it, I was relieved by the fact that the theatrical release had all the read more


Big Eyes: Tim Burton’s Move Away From His Usual Style

Movies - 4 years ago by Chris

After Dark Shadows and Frankenweenie in 2012, Tim Burton, known for his dark and gothic movies, has been absent from the movies. However, he makes a return to the big screen this winter with ‘Big Eyes’. From the word go, it is clear that Burton has stepped out of his read more

Mortdecai character

“Mortdecai”: Classic Comedy of the Artistic Nature

Movies - 4 years ago by Chris

Yes, we all appreciate and enjoy the entertaining traits Johnny Depp adds to the characters he plays on the big screen. Mortdecai is another opportunity for Johnny Depp by Hollywood to show off his humorous comedic abilities. Once again, he is freely allowed to tweak the character according to his read more

Bradley Cooper American Sniper

American Sniper: Six Oscar Nominations

Movies, TV, War - 4 years ago by Chris

American Sniper, the autobiography of Chris Kyle, one of America’s most deadly snipers, is brought to the big screen as the Oscar season hits its stride. Behind the director’s reign is the icon of action movies, Clint Eastwood, who swerves the biopic towards being a contender for the big award. read more


Taken 3: Why Bryan Mills, Why?

Action, Movies, Suspense - 4 years ago by Chris

Everyone, at some point, wished they had a father like Bryan Mills after watching Taken in 2008. The action thriller was an iconic movie and the fact that it earned around $226 million on a relatively small budget is testament to the fact how much it was loved by the read more

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Unbroken – a Riveting Story of Life’s Struggle

Historical/Epic, Movies - 4 years ago by admin

With a few biopics and history induced movies doing rounds in Hollywood lately, Unbroken joins the box office race with Angelina Jolie behind the director’s reins. Unbroken follows the life of Louis Zamperini, a war hero and a famous Olympian, played by Jack O’Connell. Zamperini, along with two crew members read more


Predestination – a Time Travel Tale You Don’t Want to Miss

Movies - 4 years ago by admin

Written by Michael and Peter Spierig, Predestination features a time-traveling agent who has been given the responsibility of preventing an attack in which thousands of people are threatened to be killed. The attacker is the Fizzler Bomber who wants to destroy a large part of New York City by blowing read more

Inherent Vice

Inherent Vice: a Stoner’s Perspective of Life

Movies - 4 years ago by admin

Inherent Vice has been adapted from the 2009 novel of the same name by Thomas Pynchon. The movie, packed with drugs and humor, is akin to The Big Lebowski, a film by Coen Brothers, which has gone on to become a cult classic. The movie is set in 1970s L.A. read more

A Most Violent Year

A Most Violent Year – a Most Interesting Film

Movies - 4 years ago by admin

J.C Chandor does it again after churning out movies with ideas that are not exactly revolutionary. This time around, he comes with the plot of businessmen trying to keep their hands clean in the 1980s era , one full of crime ridden fallacies in the City of New York. Oscar read more


Selma: a Historic Masterpiece

Drama, Historical/Epic, Movies - 4 years ago by Chris

With so many entertaining movies flying around, it is hard to find one made with the intent of being a legitimately important film. Selma, from director Ava Duvernay, is one biopic that breaks the shackles of entertainment and takes time out to reflect the world back on the audiences. The read more