Ricki and the Flash is a simple character study. It doesn’t do a whole lot, but it is enjoyable watching Meryl Streep as Ricki navigate an attempt to reconnect with her family.Read more "Film Review: Ricki and the Flash"
Into The Woods is an entertaining and fun musical that feels like it just missed being something truly great.Read more "Film Review: Into the Woods (2014)"
Unlike what seems like the majority of people around my age, I actually made it through school without reading The Giver. Now that I’ve seen it, I’m pretty bummed about this.Read more "Film Review: The Giver"
Fantastic Mr. Fox is five years old this fall, but with Grand Budapest Hotel releasing this week it feels appropriate to discuss how well Wes Anderson’s animated adventure has aged in such a short time.Read more "5 Year Retrospective: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Wes Anderson returns to the screen with a film that fits into his little world only this time with a bunch of talking animals from the wonderful fable by Roald Dahl. Mr. Fox was always a daring individual, and stole live stock for a living before he met Mrs. Fox and was planning on having […]Read more "Review: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Unfortunately for Amy Adams, the title, Julie & Julia, is a slight exaggeration on the importance of her character to the film. It would be a better representation if it was something along the lines of: Julia Child and Why She Deserves to Have Some Random Woman Dedicate A Year of Her Life to Her. […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Julie & Julia"
Nora Ephron’s adaptation of two books connected to the life and teachings of the chef Julia Child is an often hilarious yet a bit overly long tale that overall is quite the success in the end and carries one of the finest performances of the year. Julie Powell is a wannabe writer. Having written half […]Read more "Review: Julie & Julia"