Predestination is a science fiction fantasy film from Michael and Peter Spierig. The film is based on the short story “All You Zombies” by Robert A. Heinlein. It stars Ethan Hawke as a man traveling through time Continue reading Predestination (2015) Movie Review
At the time I am writing this, my watchlist of movies from last year that I still haven’t seen but want to stands at a bold 21.This list includes documentaries such as Life Itself and Citizenfour, as well as foreign language films like Leviathan and Deux Jours, une Nuit (2 Days, One Night), and wide-release features like Continue reading (Some of) My Favorite Films of 2014
American Sniper is a movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, which has been getting a lot of attention. Way more attention than I expected it to get, at that. And I don’t quite know what to make of that. I mean, a major blockbuster in January? Continue reading American Sniper (2014) Movie Review
Escape from Tomorrow follows a family of four on their final day of a Disney World vacation. The day begins with our unfortunate protagonist and father of two, Jim White (Roy Abramsohn), getting a call from his boss letting him know that he’s been fired. Predictably, it can only go downhill from here. Continue reading Escape from Tomorrow (2013) Movie Review
Coherence is a low-budget psychological science fiction film and the debut full-length release from director James Ward Byrkit (writer, Rango). At the risk of revealing any major spoilers for those who may want to see this movie, I will keep the synopsis short. Continue reading Coherence (2014) Movie Review
WARNING: mild spoilers may be ahead!
Life after Beth is a film by Jeff Baena (writer, I Heart Huckabees) and stars Aubrey Plaza as Beth, the recently deceased girlfriend of protagonist Zach (Dane DeHaan). Continue reading Life after Beth (2014) Movie Review
The Spectacular Now is a teen romantic drama starring Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley. James Ponsoldt’s (Smashed) film follows high school senior Sutter Keely (Teller) as he struggles with relationships, family, and his impending adulthood. Continue reading The Spectacular Now (2013) Review