I think I’ve spoken already about films about assholes. They are probably one of my favourite “genre” of films. It’s the reason why I survived so long in the world of “enjoying” shows like Entourage. With problematic ideas constantly ongoing in that show, I can’t help but revel in the ways in which Ari Gold spewed … Continue reading “ROMAN J. ISREAL, ESQ.”
“This thing is so heavy it’s killed me.” Earlier this year I saw Smashed, a film about a pair of alcoholics and how recovery changes one’s relationship with everyone around them. I was harsh on the film saying that it refused to give the subject the weight that it deserved. Somehow seeing Flight has made … Continue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: FLIGHT (2012)”
While away in Canada (I promise I’ll stop bringing it up eventually) I was able to meet Shala from Life Between Films, and she seems to have come up with a challenge for the internet. She’s posted three options for people to give their answers to a 6° of Separation Challenge. She says that you should … Continue reading “6° OF SEPARATION”
See, ya are what ya are in this world. That’s either one of two things: Either you’re somebody, or you ain’t nobody.
“Remember rule number one: you are responsible for your house guest. I’m your house guest.” Pack a vuvuzela, because we’ve got Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds in a spy movie where no one hides the fact that they’re a spy basically and the action is unexciting all the time; this is Safe House. Tobin Frost … Continue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: SAFE HOUSE (2012)”