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  • Walk the Line

    Walk the Line


    One of the best biopics about a musician in my opinion. It gave Reese Witherspoon an Oscar and pretty much made Joaquin Phoenix go insane, what's not to like.

    Living in Nashville now, seeing Cash perform in the Ryman gives me chills knowing this is a venue I go to now and see concerts. It's amazing.


  • Robin Hood: Men in Tights

    Robin Hood: Men in Tights


    The only modern Mel Brooks film that matters. Sure "Young Frankenstein" and "The Producers" are great, but it's been a long slog for Brooks, at least for me. Less me forget "Spaceballs" of course, but "Men in Tights" is more fun loose and fun than some of Brooks' other offerings and to me will always hold up quite well.


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  • Boyhood



    There isn't much to say about "Boyhood" that hasn't already been said. It's a gamble that turned into something transcendent, something pure, something honest, something universal. While I understand an audiences' apprehension about the "coming-of-age" genre, "Boyhood" is something else that goes that genre and creates an honest film about growing up. While film's portray growing up as something sensational and how just one life event will determine your entire future and the type of person you WILL become, "Boyhood"…

  • Get Out

    Get Out


    Considering this is a 104 minute horror film, there isn't a wasted all counts for something.

    Jordan Peele has created a genre piece that rivals anything a major studio is putting out now. Forget about what people are saying that a studio had "balls" to put out "A Cure For Wellness," "Get Out" is a truly ballsy release for a first time director and who someone might consider just half of a comedy duo.

    First off, Key & Peele put…