Posts Tagged ‘Movies’



Can you truly evaluate the merits of a director by seeing only three of his films? Well, surely that isn’t a fair question as a director like David Cronenberg, who has somewhere in the ballpark of twenty films on his resume. This question would be judging Cronenberg solely on the merit of a small fraction […]

I can be an idiot, I truly can. There have been multiple scenarios this semester that I have attempted to kick myself in the head for signing up for an International Cinema class based around the genre of horror. There are multiple reasons for this, but the most important one is that I cannot stand […]

Okay, well maybe not. But I spend so much time with this forum talking about movies. Good movies, bad movies, so-so movies, old movies, new movies, hell, I’m a film major this is just what I do. One forward I have is that I did miss the Hurt Locker and I heard that movie was […]

I heard about the existence of Avatar sometime during the last half of my senior year of high school. At least I think that I did. Man, after four years of college, it just feels like all of high school is blurring together. I’m pretty sure that when that friend told me about the existence […]

Yes, indeed. This is the correct idea of what I want to move forward with. I now no longer have to hang on to the film “Wet Hot American Summer” as my cult film of choice. This movie held on for three years more or less because I have worked at a summer camp, so […]

Well, completing that 1001 Movies to See Before You Die book seems be getting harder and harder by the moment. While with each movie I see, I am able to cross another title off of the list. I now have to throw myself into things that I usually wouldn’t watch, like westerns and foreign films. […]

Wow, that was one trippy movie. No really, if I were actually into like hardcore drugs, I would see the heck out of that movie while high. Where The Wild Things are was co-written by Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovitch, Adaptation) and Dave Eggers (Away We Go and his memoir, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering […]