Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a film that is hilarious, ridiculous and embarrassing all rolled into one. I found myself laughing harder at times in this one than in either of its sequels, but overall, I think the others are better.
This one still packs the punch that always surprises me. Seriously, I never expected to find anything good in the Wimpy Kid series. But around all the comedy, I found myself genuinely caring for the characters and their…
The Outlaw Josey Wales is an interesting watch. I’m still studying the western genre, and am still figuring it out. Josey Wales fits nicely among other classic westerns, but has its uniqueness as well.
Like most western antagonists, Josey Wales is a pistol-packing sharpshooter, but the unique element in this film is the depth to his character. You never fully understand his mind, though his character is easy to connect with. The script is well-written, and the journey of Josey…
Another of Pixar's finest.
The story is brilliantly and creatively crafted, the animation is good, and a lot of the themes in the film are not at all typical Hollywood messages. I love it when filmmakers creatively use the beauty of cinema to tell a story rather than relying on words. The first half of Wall-E is essentially dialogue-free.
There's so much to say about a nearly-perfect movie, but I think you should just go watch it.
Another film to reinforce Pixar's ranking at the top of my list.
Now I'll admit, I went into this film with my hopes the size of a Mack truck. They should've been the size of twenty. Hats off to director Christopher Nolan for doing the impossible: bringing the Batman legend to a conclusion that is able to compete with The Dark Knight.
Eight years after Batman took the fall for Harvey Dent's crimes, a new underground criminal power is rising. Crippled and defeated, Bruce Wayne ignores the pleas of his friends…