Movies Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

I fancy myself an armchair movie critic, so I will be reviewing films of all shapes, sizes, and genres with my sui generis perspective. I’m really enjoying the TCM Big Screen Classics series this year. Buying the annual pass has been a great investment. I needed a break from the madness for a bit, so …

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Movies #AtomicBlonde (2017)

#AtomicBlonde (2017)

I fancy myself an armchair movie critic, so I will be reviewing films of all shapes, sizes, and genres with my sui generis perspective. Today is my first Silver Screen Sunday review. I’m going to try and keep going to more screenings. I got comps for Atomic Blonde, which I was able to see at …

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Movies Dunkirk (2017)

Dunkirk (2017)

I was able to watch the movie in IMAX at a free movie screening sponsored by Red Carpet Crash and WB Tickets, the Monday before nationwide release. Christopher Nolan – the director – is old school when it comes to film, so he created a 70mm format for the film. I’m considering trying to track …

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Movies My Favorite Movies for Every Year I’ve Been Alive

My Favorite Movies for Every Year I’ve Been Alive

There’s a meme (don’t you love them?) asking people to choose their favorite movies from every year they were born. I decided to get in on the action. You can too. Go to IMDb and look up the top 50 movies from each year. I tried to choose those I would watch and have happily …

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Movies #GiftedMovie (2017)

#GiftedMovie (2017)

Gofobo and AMC Stubs offered a complimentary screening of Fox Searchlight’s Gifted yesterday evening. It was a wonderful, heart-wrenching picture. Chris Evans headlines as Frank Adler, uncle to the precocious and uber talented McKenna Grace’s Mary, the gifted of the title. Jenny Slate, Lindsay Duncan, and Octavia Spencer round out the intimate cast. I had …

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Movies John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)

John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)

Last night, I was able to finally see John Wick: Chapter 2 with my best friends to celebrate her birthday. I thoroughly enjoyed the film. I knew exactly what to expect, and got it. You can’t ask too much of any action/adventure film anymore. Say what you want about Keanu, but you cannot take your …

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Movies Silence (2016)

Silence (2016)

I had the pleasure of seeing Martin Scorsese’s newest picture, Silence, at the Red Rock Casino Regal Theatres yesterday. I got my pass through Gofobo. They are reliable for complimentary movie tickets. As with anything free, always arrive as early as possible, even if you have to sit around. I arrived 15 minutes before showtime, …

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Movies The Maltese Falcon (1941)

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

I apologize for the lack of interaction here. I’ve been swamped with work and school, as usual. I was able to shift a few due dates to appease my inner procrastinator, so I’m able to blog now! Cinemark had a winter classic movie series that played every week for the past month: Blade Runner: The …

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Movies #OscarsSoWhite, yeah I’m getting in on this too

#OscarsSoWhite, yeah I’m getting in on this too

I think (white) people are missing the point about the #OscarsSoWhite campaign. I’m just another talking head with stars in my eyes in this dialogue. Take from it what you wish. Here’s the way I look at it. The heart of the issue is that we’re not creating roles for people of color to even …

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Movies The Last Witch Hunter (2015)

The Last Witch Hunter (2015)

I saw this movie a few months ago but I forgot I had this review in my files. On the surface, The Last Witch Hunter feels like Vin Diesel playing Vin Diesel in a Vin Diesel film, produced by Vin Diesel. And you may very well come away with that perspective, once you’re through. But …

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