Month: August 2009

Inglourious Basterds

As evidenced by the title of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Inglourious Basterds, not even the strict confinements of grammar and spelling can contain the eccentric filmmaker. Harbored lately, Basterds is Tarantino’s first full film since 2004’s Kill Bill Vol.Read Full Review

The Time Traveler’s Wife

It’s hard to have a plot as preposterous as The Time Traveler’s Wife and continue to be sincere. Films have tried and failed to make romantic tear-jerkers involving robots, space, and whatnot, but the overall craziness makesRead Full Review


I will admit that I am a complete ignoramus when it comes to Japanese Anime films. Mamoru Oshii’s ultra-violent Ghost In The Shell always seemed slow and uninteresting, and even though there is a strong American followingRead Full Review

500 Days of Summer

Within Marc Webb’s film, 500 Days of Summer, I experienced a mixture of emotions–but none of them were negative. Traveling through the highs and lows of two twenty-somethings treading through what may or may not beRead Full Review

Funny People

There’s a rather interesting dynamic within Funny People, Judd Apatow’s latest comedy. The film delivers on its promise, and it is choc-filled with many, many funny people whether they’re playing themselves or not. But the film’sRead Full Review