Movie Night With Lauren #4: From The Martian to Interstellar thanks to Matt Damon. Dude loves space! Check out the explanation for Movie Night here.Read more "Movie Night With Lauren: Interstellar (2014)"
Sky-high expectations and marketing oversaturation could leave some audiences disappointed, but Interstellar still does plenty to amaze viewers.Read more "Dissecting Interstellar: Love, Wormholes and Robots"
Interstellar is at its best when playing with science, as Christopher Nolan propels his cautionary tale with his always solid filmmaking.Read more "Film Review: Interstellar"
A child crawls out of the forest, looking for help that will never come. Instead he is skewered and beaten to death. Because he didn’t have the conch. Yep, that’s how Lord of the Flies worked. Ok, so maybe not, but this was still a rather gruesome thing to read even as a high schooler. […]Read more "Film Review: The Hunger Games"
Let me open this with a disclaimer that will save plenty of viewers the deep disappointment when realizing that the swelling excitement catalyzed by the inclusion of an epic mythological beast in the title is all for naught: There are no dragons. Now pick yourself back up because if that is enough to send you […]Read more "Now Playing Review – There Be Dragons"
The latest, and possibly most under the radar, comic book film this summer is the adaptation of Jonah Hex and the results are a mixed bag as the films focus seems to be in a lot of wrong places. Hex is a Confederate soldier of some rank but when he turns on his regiment and […]Read more "Review: Jonah Hex"
In the spirit of the holiday I decided that I would treat myself to a little horror film. The problem is I am not always the best judge in selecting something because my love of the genre tends to block out the part of my brain that warns me as to how stupid the movie […]Read more "Rental Review – P2"