They really need to stop putting “From the author of The Notebook” on the posters, because being constantly reminded of this is a detriment to every film that follows based on the books of Nicholas Sparks.Read more "Film Review: Safe Haven"
New Year’s Eve is a terrible movie, one you shouldn’t see, and I hope it is a giant failure so we don’t get Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Arbor Day movies over the next three years. This is coming from someone who thought Valentine’s Day was a watchable mess, but this latest entry makes that film look […]Read more "Film Review: New Year’s Eve"
Whether you’re a fan of Transformers or Michael Bay, there is a strong likelihood that Transformers: A Tribute to Michael Bay will not disappoint you. However, if you are a fan of quality film making, then maybe it’s time to finally skip out on the Transformers series. Okay, so most of you probably know that […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Transformers: Dark of the Moon"
Adding on to the recent films The Switch and Going the Distance comes Life As We Know It, a semi romantic comedy that deals with issues that are heightened real life experiences of child rearing and turbulent relationships, completely believable within the scope of the film, thus in the audiences mind. As many a pairing […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Life As We Know It"
A fountain of love is something I would definitely be happy to come across. But as hopeful as a girl can be about finding one my expectations aren’t that high, so I will settle for watching a good romantic comedy about a fountain of this nature instead. Unfortunately after watching When In Rome I have […]Read more "Rental Review – When In Rome"
It didn’t take long to get a huge stink bomb of a movie this year in 010 and that movie is When in Rome. The movie is so poorly written, is almost devoid of humor, is absolutely absurd, and gets nothing out of a decent slate of talent that made the unfortunate decision of taking […]Read more "Review: When in Rome"