Category Archives: Movies

Movie Review: Dunkirk

It’s no secret that director Christopher Nolan is a film geek. He, as well as others such as Quentin Tarantino, have done much to keep the “film” part of “film-making” alive. The 70mm film format shines both in the expansive

Movie Review: Dunkirk

It’s no secret that director Christopher Nolan is a film geek. He, as well as others such as Quentin Tarantino, have done much to keep the “film” part of “film-making” alive. The 70mm film format shines both in the expansive

Movie Review: mother!

Mother! is a polarizing film. There will be those who love it, then there will be even more who hate it. Those in the latter group are likely to be in this group for one of two reasons. They either

Movie Review: mother!

Mother! is a polarizing film. There will be those who love it, then there will be even more who hate it. Those in the latter group are likely to be in this group for one of two reasons. They either

Movie Review: Inside Out

A review of Disney Pixar‘s Inside Out: It’s often the case that movies geared toward children will tend to simplify things, presumably so that children will be more likely to understand them. Inside Out takes a different approach. Yes, many concepts

Movie Review: Inside Out

A review of Disney Pixar‘s Inside Out: It’s often the case that movies geared toward children will tend to simplify things, presumably so that children will be more likely to understand them. Inside Out takes a different approach. Yes, many concepts

Griffith Observatory

During my trip to Los Angeles, I visited the Griffith Observatory, which is located in Griffith Park, next to Hollywood. This science center is not only remarkable for its planetarium, but also for its architecture and location. Perched high above

Griffith Observatory

During my trip to Los Angeles, I visited the Griffith Observatory, which is located in Griffith Park, next to Hollywood. This science center is not only remarkable for its planetarium, but also for its architecture and location. Perched high above

The Dolby Theatre

While in Los Angeles, I took a tour of the Dolby Theatre (formerly the Kodak Theatre), the home of the Academy Awards. Unfortunately, no photography was allowed inside of the theatre. Even so, this tour was well worth the time

The Dolby Theatre

While in Los Angeles, I took a tour of the Dolby Theatre (formerly the Kodak Theatre), the home of the Academy Awards. Unfortunately, no photography was allowed inside of the theatre. Even so, this tour was well worth the time

Movie Review: Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club begins in 1985 and follows Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) as his lifestyle choices come back to haunt him when he is diagnosed with HIV. Being the stereotypical Texan, Woodroof is, of course, homophobic. Even though he is

Movie Review: Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club begins in 1985 and follows Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) as his lifestyle choices come back to haunt him when he is diagnosed with HIV. Being the stereotypical Texan, Woodroof is, of course, homophobic. Even though he is

Movie Review: Upstream Color

Movie Title: Upstream Color Director: Shane Carruth Stars: Amy Seimetz, Shane Carruth Release Date: 2013 This film follows Amy (Seimetz), a successful, young graphic designer, who is the victim of a uniquely disturbing crime, which she has no memory of

Movie Review: Upstream Color

Movie Title: Upstream Color Director: Shane Carruth Stars: Amy Seimetz, Shane Carruth Release Date: 2013 This film follows Amy (Seimetz), a successful, young graphic designer, who is the victim of a uniquely disturbing crime, which she has no memory of