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  • Shaun of the Dead

    Shaun of the Dead


    Out of all the trilogies I have seen how have I not gotten around to the Cornetto trilogy?!
    Shaun of the Dead is signature Edgar Wright and delivers exceptionally with iconic characters, quirky humor, and non-stop adventure. Wright crafts an original story with heart and never misses a beat when it comes to developing the people who are witnessing their world turn upside down. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost do a fantastic job independently and together. Their chemistry and energy…

  • Big



    I am a huge sucker for 1980's coming of age films, and ones with magical elements like Big are always delightful to experience!
    Big is an original story with a huge heart that is charming and sweet from beginning to end! I smiled the entire way through, and this is mostly due to Tom Hanks's youthful and joyous performance. He does an excellent job of playing a thirteen year old trapped in a thirty year old's body, and never loses…

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  • Singin' in the Rain

    Singin' in the Rain


    What a glorious feeling it is to watch one of the best musicals ever enchant the screen!
    Singin' in the Rain is an utter delight; it is a blissful and incredibly talented production. Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O'Connor not only show their impeccable acting chops but also dazzle with their singing and dancing talents. This film is the epitome of musical glamour Hollywood and rings of feel-good fizz. The music is robust and beautiful, the singing and dancing…

  • Zodiac



    I have come to a simple conclusion in life; if David Fincher is the director then I must watch it!
    Zodiac is a fantastic crime, mystery, and thriller from beginning to end. This film, along with being brilliantly paced for being near three hours, crafts an intricate and lengthy timeline that is never confusing nor stale. The entire ensemble featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., and more are dynamically fleshed out and amazing in their roles. Fincher's direction…