Lauren: World War II has always been a strong source of inspiration for the movie industry, so it’s almost surprising that The Monuments Men is able to bring a new side of this war to light. It’s definitely an interesting aspect of this war, I just don’t know if this movie is what it needed.Read more "Dissecting The Monuments Men"
The Wolf of Wall Street is DiCaprio as good as he’s ever been and Scorsese takes it up a notch to a level we rarely get from him.Read more "Film Review: The Wolf of Wall Street"
The Artist is an interesting homage to the silent film era that shows the format can still entertain, but it doesn’t play with the format as much as it could; especially when it seems that it wants to.Read more "Film Review: The Artist"
This French send up of Bond/Spy films is a mostly successful effort that provides the laughs and plays its cards right on most occasions. We open up on a scene of Hubert Bonisseur (OSS 117) and his partner Jack Jefferson during WWII as they steal a set of blue prints from a Nazi officer, in […]Read more "Review: OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies"