In today's review, I take a look at a Shakespeare adaptation directed by the guy who brought us "Buffy" and "Dollhouse". Is it a match made in heaven?
Welcome To My World. A world where movies don't have to suck all the time. A world where films could even be seen multiple times and you'd still get new things to enjoy about them.
Jesse Scott Bryan's new film, Cruizin' showcases a renewed spirit in how films are made.
Jesus of Malibu is an effort not to search for something but to open the door to what is already there. Our hearts, our minds, to truth, to meaning, for there is this lethargy, this vanity, that the film speaks of that has washed over us, this force that ever seeks to make us forget those real and...
Yet another film that is plagued with misconception. The trailer suggests the film will be a terrifying thriller but it's actually a drama/mystery that barely touches on the paranormal. 3.5 out of 4.
Stella's Last Weekend is an award-winning independent comedy-drama film written and directed by Thirtysomething actress Polly Draper, and starring her actor/musician sons Nat and Alex Wolff, of Nickelodeon's The Naked Brothers Band TV series fame. Draper is also portraying their mother in the film.
A few months ago I went to watch I, Daniel Blake, the latest film by Ken Loach about today's staleness of bureaucracy and its officers.