Revisiting Disney : Robin Hood (1973)

Honestly, I can’t tell when the last time was that I watched this film. I had to be a young child. So, obviously, it’s never been one of my favorites. Although, I do know that it is tremendously loved as a part of the Disney animated film library. Here are my thoughts: it’s good, but... Continue Reading →


Movie Musical Monday: Mamma Mia!

If you know me in person, chances are you have already heard my opinions on this film. Due to the sequel being released this upcoming weekend, I find it fitting that Mamma Mia! be this weeks Movie Musical Monday. I will start with my issues with the film, and then end on a good note.... Continue Reading →

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018)

I have been wanting to see the documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? for what feels like forever now. Today, I woke up feeling more anxious than usual for reasons I could not quite pinpoint. So, to calm myself and give myself the good cry that I felt that I needed, I went to see... Continue Reading →

Revisiting Disney: Dumbo (1941)

First let me say that I am quite excited for the Tim Burton live action Dumbo that is due out next year, especially after seeing the trailer. Now, how they get an entire films length worth of material from the hardly 60 minutes animated film Dumbo from 1941 is beyond me. The story is short... Continue Reading →

Incredibles 2 Review

Out of all of the Disney/Pixar films to have been made in the past, well, twenty years, The Incredibles is the one that lends itself the most to being franchised. Why Cars got two sequels before The Incredibles even got one is beyond me. Even more beyond me is why it took them fourteen years... Continue Reading →

63. American Graffiti

A couple of high school grads spend one final night cruising the strip with their buddies before they go off to college. I’ve never kept it a secret that, as a filmmaker, George Lucas infuriates me. Someday I’ll write an entire post on the subject. Anyway, I tried not to let my feelings about George... Continue Reading →

63. Cabaret

A female girlie club entertainer in Weimar Republic era Berlin romances two men while the Nazi Party rises to power around them. One of my absolute favorite things about movie musicals from the 1970s is that most of them explore sexuality in a way that movies before them did not. Cabaret is no different. In... Continue Reading →

Slow Burning Horror: Hereditary (2018)

If I had to describe the film Hereditary in two words it would be slow burning. This film was a lot to take in. It was heartbreaking and absolutely disturbing. It was scary but not in the traditional jump scare way. It’s scary in that it’s one that you think about long after it’s over,... Continue Reading →

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