Apparently, before Vin Diesel was a car-riding expert in the Fast & Furious collection, he was apparently a spy. I’ve always planned to … Continue reading Review – xXx (2002)
What’s in the box!!!???? – possibly one of the most memorable quotes in movie history. Why? Because I’ve known about … Continue reading Review – Se7en (1995)
The lust and greed for money can be a very bad thing – a fact that’s been proven in different articles, tv show episodes, books, and movies involving Ebeneezer Scrooge. However, no matter how bad it can be, it’s a necessity we all have, a god we all must not only praise…but obey. In all honesty, I wish it weren’t that way. Back in my high school days, I wrote an essay about what I’d consider a “perfect world” and my “perfect world” wasn’t constrained with any element of money. People were taken care of, housed, fed, educated – and no one had to suffer on the streets. The spirit behind the essay may have been a little too hippie for most people…but it’s still a way of life I think we could benefit from. Money Monster is just another movie that exposes how important money is to the wrong set of people, and how much the little man doesn’t matter.
Even though Mr. & Mrs. Smith have somewhat flat characters, they have real problems – and the way they both deal with those problems is both hilarious and from a film standpoint – unique. This is a movie that sticks with you because, in a way, it’s original and in the most unnerving of ways, you can relate to them. Continue reading Review – Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
Quentin Tantino is a curious man. The first time I saw him, he was a recurring character in Alias, of all places. … Continue reading Review – The Hateful Eight (2015)
One of my favorite actors is Jackie Chan, and even though I haven’t seen a lot of his films coming … Continue reading Review – Skiptrace (2016)
AKA: I Know Gun-Fu 2: The Return of Morpheus Next up on trailer week is John Wick 2. When I saw the … Continue reading Trailers – John Wick 2 (2017)