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  • The Young Victoria, a 2008 film directed by Jean-Marc Valle and starring Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, and Paul Bettany, tells the story of Victoria’s ascent to the throne. The movie gives a brief depiction of Victoria’s early life and her hatred of the Kensington system, a strict set of rules placed on her by her mother and her mother’s advisor, Sir John Conroy, but the movie primarily focuses on the events that take place between 1836 and 1840, chronicling Victoria’s rise to the throne, early re

    Historical Inaccuracies in the Young Victoria

    Historical Inaccuracies in the Young Victoria

    by Josh Wilmoth5

  • Denzel Washington plays captain William Whitaker, an airline pilot with an addiction problem. Did his addiction get in the way of him doing his job? How irresponsible was his behavior and does he see it himself?

    The Drunken Hero - 'Flight' Movie Review

    The Drunken Hero - 'Flight' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • Ryan Goslin plays an inner-city high school teacher with a drug problem. The story evolves when one of his students discovers his addiction and they form a friendship.

    The Drug Grapple - 'Half Nelson' Movie Review

    The Drug Grapple - 'Half Nelson' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • New to the Netflix line-up and hotter than a sinner in church is teenybopper film To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Certainly not anything new or exciting but its relatability has people lined up around the block to watch it.  So why is it so appealing?

    'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' (2018) Review

    'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' (2018) Review

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • I know we're not supposed to talk about this film but dammit, Benjamin Cox can at least tell you just how good it is! Hopefully, without giving too much away...

    Should I Watch..? 'Fight Club'

    Should I Watch..? 'Fight Club'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Once upon a time... there was an evil S.O.B. of the 1970s that savagely mutilated and murdered several women. Could it have been this seemingly innocent and charming young Ted Bundy fella? Nah! Probably not. Never even heard that name before. Sounds like a cool guy to me.

    'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' (2019) Movie Review

    'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' (2019) Movie Review

    by John Plocar3

  • Like Me is a divisive film. Just read the reviews on IMBd and see that some really didn't appreciate this one. I found it tense and multi-layered. I also came up with some theories of each character. Mockler hates the internet so the clues were hard to find.

    Like Me (2018) Review and Explanation

    Like Me (2018) Review and Explanation

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews2

  • The movie, A Room With a View (James Ivory, 1986) is a narrative of tensions between opposing forces; masculine and feminine, fixity and freedom, indoors and outdoors, looking and being observed. In spite of its happy ending, I detect a current of darkness underneath an otherwise sparkling narrative

    A Room With a View: Themes and Meanings

    A Room With a View: Themes and Meanings

    by Mary Phelan0

  • To call Yorgos Lanthimos an acquired taste would be an insult to understatements; his movies run the gamut from squirm-inducing to downright impossible to watch. In 2015, his English-language debut The Lobster won critics’ raves and more than a handful of awards, but there were plenty of people ...

    "The Favourite" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Drugs are bad!: the musical. This film has style, a great score, excellent flow and dramatic plot. Watch Requiem for a Dream if you want to see the exaggerated downside of the drug story with hectic visuals.

    'Requiem for a Dream' - Movie Review

    'Requiem for a Dream' - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • At long last, the time has come! HBO's Deadwood: The Movie has finally arrived. And here are the best parts that really blew us away.

    The Best Parts of Deadwood: The Movie

    The Best Parts of Deadwood: The Movie

    by The Gutter Monkey0

  • Given how massively popular this film has become on Netflix since the global lockdown, one would assume that it's a quality product. Of course, Benjamin Cox knows all too well that that's not the way things work...

    Should I Watch..? '365 Days' (2020)

    Should I Watch..? '365 Days' (2020)

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • This is an analysis of the short 1994 film 'Emilie Muller'. It is a mystery drama that has a brilliant twist at the end. Watch the film before you read this! There is a link to the film below!

    'Emilie Muller' - Short Film Analysis

    'Emilie Muller' - Short Film Analysis

    by Katie Newbery0

  • Analysis of the 2016 musical "La La Land" through the critical lenses of ideology, Marxism, and feminism, focusing largely on the film's economic and gendered messages relative to professional ambition, the arts, and the entertainment industry.

    'La La Land' Analysis

    'La La Land' Analysis

    by Kayla Raniero2

  • Barry Jenkins directs an ensemble cast in one of the most heartfelt, important films of 2016. Will Moonlight shine brightly for many years to come, or be eclipsed by its awards competition?

    Road to the Oscars:

    Road to the Oscars: "Moonlight" Review

    by Nick Oon1

  • Candy is decent movie about a poett with a 'creative lifestyle' that includes love for heroin. In the mix is a love story or maybe more precise a relationship filled with despair, addiction and romance.

    A Bittersweet Love Story: 'Candy' Movie Review

    A Bittersweet Love Story: 'Candy' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • The unbelievable but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most audacious art heists in US history.

    'American Animals' Review

    'American Animals' Review

    by Royce Proctor2

  • I’m not gonna lie—it takes a good ten or fifteen minutes to stop comparing Christopher Plummer’s performance as J. Paul Getty in All the Money in the World to what you imagine Kevin Spacey ...

    "All the Money in the World" Movie Review

    "All the Money in the World" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A review of a film that tells a true story that many did not know about.

    Hidden Figures Review

    Hidden Figures Review

    by Ross Tanenbaum0

  • Saving Private Ryan is in my top 5 for all-time classic war movies. It offers a great cast, gritty battle scenes with scope and a top story about courage and sacrifice.

    'Saving Private Ryan' - Movie Review

    'Saving Private Ryan' - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • A recently widowed wife raising her daughter alone has come to a crisis of faith when she hits a financial struggle to keep her home. She also meets a race car driver that tries to date her.

    'God Bless the Broken Road' (2018) Movie Review

    'God Bless the Broken Road' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • An in-depth film review of 'Waves', starring Kelvin Harrison Jr, Taylor Russel, Alexa Demie, Sterling K. Brown and Renée Elise Goldsberry.

    'Waves' (2019) - Film Review

    'Waves' (2019) - Film Review

    by Joe Brown0

  • Do you need a good pep talk? Sports movies have been giving us some of the best motivational speeches since the beginning of time. Here are 10 pep talks that encourage you to fight, persevere and always, always remain true to yourself.

    Top 10 Inspirational Sports Movie Pep Talks

    Top 10 Inspirational Sports Movie Pep Talks

    by The Jetstream0

  • James Mangold directs Hugh Jackman for the last time, along with Patrick Stewart and Dafne Keen in a unique entry in the X-Men universe. Will it claw its way to success, or is its healing factor lost?

    Logan: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    Logan: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon2

  • The Silent Child is a short film released in 2017, which won an Academy Award for it's excellent and moving portrayal of a young deaf child who is affected greatly by sign language. This film raises awareness for the importance of sign language in schools - very important film!

    The Silent Child - Short Film Analysis

    The Silent Child - Short Film Analysis

    by Katie Newbery0

  • What could have been a very basic film about love and fortitude is an unusually timid story that embraces subtlety and makes louder statements with what’s not being said rather than what actually is.

    Loving (2016) Review

    Loving (2016) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Alexandre Franchi explores the meaning of beauty and that disfigurement isn't always just a physical deformity in his deep cutting drama, "Happy Face."

    Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: 'Happy Face'

    Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: 'Happy Face'

    by Chris Sawin0

  • I review the Queen biopic film, "Bohemian Rhapsody", which was released in theaters on November 2, 2018. It stars Rami Malek and features the rise of one of the most popular rock bands of all time.

    My Review of “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018)

    My Review of “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018)

    by Laura Smith5

  • The film adaptation of Jane Eyre by Cary Fukunaga devotes as much attention to the gothic aspects of the novel as it does the romance. Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender deliver passionate and tender performances as Jane and Edward Rochester.

    Cary Fukunaga's Gritty, Gothic Jane Eyre Adaptation

    Cary Fukunaga's Gritty, Gothic Jane Eyre Adaptation

    by Brittany Rowland10

  • No, stop it! I know what you're thinking! This is just a film for the Dirty Mac brigade, isn't it? Well, as it turns out, Benjamin Cox thinks its ideal audience is actually another demographic - insomniacs.

    Should I Watch..? '9 Songs'

    Should I Watch..? '9 Songs'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Makings of a love story. Makings of an epic love story. Epic love story characteristics. Epic love story elements. Elements of an epic love story. Epic love story. Epic love stories. Love stories.

    Elements of an Epic Love Story in Movies

    Elements of an Epic Love Story in Movies

    by Nalini Marquez2

  • Twenty-five years after its initial release, this film still remains one of the most beloved movies of its generation. Why is that? Benjamin Cox digs deep to uncover Shawshank's secrets.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Shawshank Redemption'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Shawshank Redemption'

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • Huang Bo's comedy-drama is probably about 60% of what you're expecting and 40% unique. Humanity is capable of sinister things when faced with desperation. Survival instincts kick in as morality is replaced with sheer desire and greed.

    'The Island' (2018) Review

    'The Island' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • All seems to be going well for Adonis Creed after his fight with 'Pretty' Ricky Conlan; his boxing career is flourishing and his makeshift family seems closer together than ever. Until Ivan Drago and his son Viktor come to America to challenge Adonis, causing a whirlwind of conflict for everyone.

    'Creed II' (2018) Movie Review

    'Creed II' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Assuming you haven't already, this innovative and inventive crime drama remains one of modern cinema's very best films. It also happens to be one of Benjamin Cox's absolute favourites...

    Should I Watch..? 'Pulp Fiction'

    Should I Watch..? 'Pulp Fiction'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • When an unknown entity creates a global epidemic that drives people insane and forces most to commit suicide, the survivors must fend for themselves. The only way to stay alive is by not looking at the beings that are causing this apocalyptic event to occur, essentially making the whole world blind.

    'Bird Box' (2018) Movie Review

    'Bird Box' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar2

  • Francis Ford Coppola has struggled to escape the legacy of 'The Godfather' but is it really as good as they say it is? Benjamin Cox is gonna write you a review you can't refuse.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Godfather'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Godfather'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • The Oscar-winning film, American Beauty (1999), brought the philosophical idea of existentialism to mainstream audiences. The film explores key components such as death and isolation.

    Existentialism in American Beauty

    Existentialism in American Beauty

    by UndercoverAgent191

  • The film that launched Orson Welles' career and instantly become a classic, this is frequently cited as one of the greatest movies ever. Benjamin Cox is certainly impressed.

    Should I Watch..? 'Citizen Kane'

    Should I Watch..? 'Citizen Kane'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • Long before she became a parody of herself, Gwyneth Paltrow had established herself as the American to portray a British woman. Benjamin Cox sticks his foot in the door to examine this gimmicky rom-com.

    Should I Watch..? 'Sliding Doors'

    Should I Watch..? 'Sliding Doors'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Only when you're driving! Otherwise, you might think twice about dipping your toes into this downbeat, bleak offering about the apocalypse. Benjamin Cox tries to look on the bright side.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Road'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Road'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • This year one of the greatest romantic dramas of all time, The Notebook, will be celebrating its 15th anniversary. The film that had moviegoers dreaming of a love like Allie and Noah's has since become an iconic romance staple. Here is a list of 20 captivating facts about the beloved film.

    20 Captivating Facts About "The Notebook"

    20 Captivating Facts About "The Notebook"

    by Rachel M Johnson0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "Tulip Fever" starring Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, Christoph Waltz, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "Tulip Fever"

    by Movie Beasts0

  • The sensual decadence of a millenial yuppie. Man's materialist desire is probably at or near its peak now. Addiction is rampant in today's society. Here we have an intimate look at sexual desire going to extremes.

    'Shame' - Movie Review

    'Shame' - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • An exploration of the 2010 film about John Lennon's life, adapted from a memoir written by Lennon's sister. This movie takes a deep look at familial relationships that shaped Lennon and has an interesting take on the relationship between Lennon and his mother.

    Movie Review: "Nowhere Boy"

    Movie Review: "Nowhere Boy"

    by Holley Hyler1

  • After ten years as public enemy number one in Hollywood (and well-deserved...but we’ll just leave it at that) Mel Gibson is back. And let’s not think for a second it’s a coincidence the film that ...

    "Hacksaw Ridge" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "Denial" starring Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "Denial"

    by Movie Beasts0

  • One of the challenges of moving Shakespeare's tragedy Othello to a high school setting is that modern audiences cannot ignore the horrors of school shootings like Columbine. By "teening down" Othello, Tim Blake Nelson explores the sensitive topics of youth violence, sex, and drug use.

    Othello and Tim Blake Nelson's

    Othello and Tim Blake Nelson's "O": Shakespearean Violence in High School

    by Brittany Rowland8

  • Peter Fonda cemented his place in cinema history with his career-defining performance in a film which depicted America at a cultural crossroads. Benjamin Cox gets his motor running and heads out on a highway.

    Should I Watch..? 'Easy Rider'

    Should I Watch..? 'Easy Rider'

    by Benjamin Cox5

  • After years (heck, decades) of being a “Where have I seen her before?” actor on this side of the Atlantic, Rosamund Pike may now (finally) be getting some of the recognition that she’s long enjoyed in her native England. Perhaps best known Stateside for her Oscar-nominated role in 2014’s Gone...

    "Radioactive" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Set in the summer of 1983 in the marvelous, sun-dappled northern Italian countryside, Call Me by Your Name is as beautiful to look at as it is to just simply sit back and experience. Anchored by ...

    "Call Me by Your Name" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Elijah Bynum's writing and directorial debut is part Scarface, part Saved by the Bell, and part The Social Network but it does little to establish any sort of identity of its own. At least Timothée Chalamet got to raid Steve from Blue's Clues closet before filming began.

    'Hot Summer Nights' (2018) Review

    'Hot Summer Nights' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • This is a short review of the underrated film The Door in the Floor. It is an absolute rarity that the film is seen or discussed. The story tells the story of the destruction of the Crane marriage.

    The Door in the Floor: A Criminally Underrated Film

    The Door in the Floor: A Criminally Underrated Film

    by Adam Wiebe0

  • The sad, sincere ballad of James Fogle. Matt Dillon plays the leader of a gang of drug addicts. This movie broke necessary ground for later drug addiction movies like Requiem for a Dream and Trainspotting.

    'Drugstore Cowboy' - Movie Review

    'Drugstore Cowboy' - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • I love movies that touch on realistic depictions of Paganism and Witchcraft, and was thrilled to stumble on this somewhat obscure film with a brilliant cast. Here's my review of the Last Keepers.

    A Pagan Review of the Film "The Last Keepers"

    A Pagan Review of the Film "The Last Keepers"

    by Mackenzie Sage Wright63

  • Arguably the most famous film in history, "Gone With The Wind" is a challenging movie in length and subject matter. Benjamin Cox looks back at the original blockbuster and feels a bit uncomfortable.

    Should I Watch..? 'Gone With The Wind'

    Should I Watch..? 'Gone With The Wind'

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • Twenty-five years ago, we first heard of the Farrelly Brothers when they gifted us with Dumb and Dumber, which, in turn, launched a string of raunchy, juvenile comedies from the siblings, including Kingpin, There’s Something About Mary, and Me, Myself & Irene. While their movies generally involve...

    "Green Book" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Tolkien” starring Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins, Harry Gilby, and more!

    Movie Review: “Tolkien”

    Movie Review: “Tolkien”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Just a couple of years after its publication, Harper Lee's classic novel was adapted into a timeless film, one which would captivate audiences for generations. Benjamin Cox takes a fond look back.

    Should I Watch..? 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

    Should I Watch..? 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

    by Benjamin Cox5

  • This classic legal drama still stands the test of time as well as it breaks with conventions with regards to how criminal cases are depicted on screen. Benjamin Cox delivers his verdict.

    Should I Watch..? '12 Angry Men' (1957)

    Should I Watch..? '12 Angry Men' (1957)

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "1917" starring Dean-Charles Chapman, George MacKay, Daniel Mays, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "1917"

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Barry Jenkins employs a subtle device to reflect what is happening on the screen; the use of color. He tells the story of Chiron visually, as well as through dialogue.

    "Moonlight": A Story Told With Color

    "Moonlight": A Story Told With Color

    by Adam T Sasso0

  • A wonderful and rousing movie adaption of Shakespeare's play Henry V, the 1989 film Henry V is also a good symbol of emergent English nationalism as shown by Shakespeare.

    Henry V and English Proto-Nationalism

    Henry V and English Proto-Nationalism

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • As divisive a film as he's ever come across, Benjamin Cox looks at a film that you either get or you don't. Is there more to this film than Murray's comedy and Johansson's pink wig?

    Should I Watch..? 'Lost in Translation'

    Should I Watch..? 'Lost in Translation'

    by Benjamin Cox4

  • Another day, another interpretation of the Joker projected onto the big screen. Is Joaquin Phoenix one of the best since the best? Or is he another name to add to the long list of Clown Princes of Crime?

    'Joker' (2019) A Clown-Gone-Bad Movie Review

    'Joker' (2019) A Clown-Gone-Bad Movie Review

    by John Plocar6

  • Traffic tells a serious story about people and drugs at the start of the new millenium. Multiple dramatic storylines converging to a mix between despair and hope. Hope for people and the overall feeling that the war on drugs is indeed a lost cause.

    A Cinematic Game-Changing Look at the Drug War: 'Traffic' Review

    A Cinematic Game-Changing Look at the Drug War: 'Traffic' Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • Not to be confused with the 2014 documentary about Roger Ebert. This is the story of life itself with all the twists and turns that occurs within it, as well as the effects it holds on loved ones from one generation onto the next. Life... uhh uhh... finds a way. Que the Jurassic Park theme!

    'Life Itself' (2018) Movie Review

    'Life Itself' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" has been made and remade several times since it was written. This latest version, directed by Kenneth Branagh, may find a new experience for the Agatha Christie fan.

    A Closer Look at 2018’s 'Murder on the Orient Express'

    A Closer Look at 2018’s 'Murder on the Orient Express'

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

  • A list of Korean dramas that aired in 2014 from the big names to the lesser known ones.

    2014 Korean Dramas List

    2014 Korean Dramas List

    by eternisemoi5

  • A look at Michael Corleone, the main protagonist in Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola's classics. Michael's downfall is examined psychologically, as well as why Kay was so important to him.

    A Jungian Analysis of Michael Corleone

    A Jungian Analysis of Michael Corleone

    by Henry Mencken0

  • The ultimate chick-flick, Dirty Dancing has plenty going for it - even for male viewers! Benjamin Cox takes to the floor and peeks underneath its skirt...

    Should I Watch..? 'Dirty Dancing'

    Should I Watch..? 'Dirty Dancing'

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • If you've seen Colin Trevorrow's previous films and you've thought that you desired more of a giant sweaty bowl of dog turds, then look no further than The Book of Henry.

    The Book of Henry (2017) Review

    The Book of Henry (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • Leaving Las Vegas is about damaged characters with substance abuse issues. The movie is carried by Nicolas Cage and Elizabeth Shue. It deserves to be watched, even if you just want to see Cage during his prime.

    'Leaving Las Vegas' (1995) - Movie Review

    'Leaving Las Vegas' (1995) - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Here is a list of movies like Palo Alto that will surely keep you glued to your seats.

    7 Movies Like Palo Alto

    7 Movies Like Palo Alto

    by Craig McCallaway2

  • Described by one critic as the Citizen Kane of bad movies, can this film really live up to its wretched reputation or is it much, much worse? Benjamin Cox suddenly regrets being a critic himself.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Room'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Room'

    by Benjamin Cox9

  • The film Twelve Angry Men (1957) is full of conflict. Let's examine how each conflict is managed, which conflicts are resolved and how, along with the effects each confrontation causes in the film.

    Group Conflict in the Film 12 Angry Men

    Group Conflict in the Film 12 Angry Men

    by Lanise Brown1

  • At a surprisingly brief 74 minutes, writer-director Galt Niederhoffer’s 10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up feels like it ends just as it gets going, but, as with the quirky relationship at its core, it turns out there’s the right amount of magic to sustain itself for the perfect amount of ...

    "10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker2

  • Henri 'Papillon' Charriere is framed for murder and sentenced to life within a penal colony in French Guiana on an island named Devil's Island. Forming an uneasy alliance with convicted counterfeiter Louis Dega in exchange for protection, Dega assists Papillon in his attempts for escape.

    'Papillon' (2018) Movie Review

    'Papillon' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Are you heartbroken? Are you stressed to the max? Here are 10 films that were designed to make you bawl your eyes out!

    5 Films to Watch for a Good Cry

    5 Films to Watch for a Good Cry

    by IoneLynne0

  • Set in early 18th century England, Abigail enters the Queen's domain to become a servant in assistance to her cousin, Sarah, who is governing the country as the Queen has fallen ill. During Abigail's stay, things between the three grow to be complicated as trust, loyalty and love are in question.

    'The Favourite' (2018) Movie Review

    'The Favourite' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar6

  • This analysis of Frank Darabont's film 'The Green Mile' taken from Stephen King's book explores the symbols that pertain to the allegorical meaning of the Christian tradition.

    The Allegory in 'The Green Mile'

    The Allegory in 'The Green Mile'

    by Saya Education1

  • More often than not, grief is presented in movies as something to overcome, a painful thing family members join together to fight or that individuals successfully struggle to beat. But sometimes ...

    "Manchester by the Sea" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Transforming Baltassat's book Le Divan de Staline into a movie did nothing to improve the mediocre novel, and added on a whole host of problems of its own to the movie.

    "Le Divan de Staline": French Masks, No Soul

    "Le Divan de Staline": French Masks, No Soul

    by Ryan Thomas1

  • Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet was controversial for its depiction of teen violence in a modern world rife with gang warfare and school shootings. The film does not trivialize or sensationalize violence, but rather shows the tragic consequences of such behavior.

    Guns and Violence in Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet"

    Guns and Violence in Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet"

    by Brittany Rowland11

  • 1997's mega blockbuster hit Titanic took audiences and critics by storm, achieving both major critical and commercial success. It helped launched the careers of its star-crossed lovers leads, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. Let's take a look at some fascinating facts about the beloved hit film.

    30 Fascinating Facts About the Film

    30 Fascinating Facts About the Film "Titanic"

    by Rachel M Johnson2

  • Abby Johnson realizes the true horrors of Planned Parenthood. What she sees... changes everything. Supposedly. *WARNING* There is some graphic imagery displayed within this article pertaining to certain scenes that occur in the movie involving abortions. You have been warned.

    'Unplanned' (2019) Movie Review

    'Unplanned' (2019) Movie Review

    by John Plocar4

  • Locke, 30 phone calls of modern empiricism. Limitations can enrich your story when done well. Add to that a performance that sucks you in and you have Locke.

    'Locke' Movie Review

    'Locke' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • One of the most legendary and iconic movies in history, "Casablanca" remains one of the best after all this time. Benjamin Cox takes a look at what makes this unforgettable film so good.

    Should I Watch..? 'Casablanca'

    Should I Watch..? 'Casablanca'

    by Benjamin Cox2

  • Detroit is an excruciating two and a half hours, but John Boyega, Will Poulter, and Algee Smith make the experience worthwhile.

    Detroit (2017) Review

    Detroit (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • Martin Scorsese's pricey $160 million epic crime-drama starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, and Harvey Keitel is among Netflix's most watched originals.

    'The Irishman' Deconstruction

    'The Irishman' Deconstruction

    by Abishek Soundararajan0

  • Teaching movies inspire us because they are about bringing out the best in people. Teachers watch and are inspired to keep going. Others watch and think of their favourite educator.

    Top Ten Inspirational Teacher Movies

    Top Ten Inspirational Teacher Movies

    by Sharilee Swaity97

  • Bound, gagged, and thank the almighty French tickler in the sky this franchise is finally over. Fifty Shades Freed ruins your romantic escapades this Valentine's Day.

    Fifty Shades Freed (2018) Review

    Fifty Shades Freed (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • “I hate anyone that isn’t white Protestant,” begins Danny Vinyard, his words permeating into the humid VeniceBeach air, drawing explicit amens from his overweight Nazi friend whose mitt of a hand captures his speech with a recorder....

    Sociological Theories in the Movie American History X

    Sociological Theories in the Movie American History X

    by Matt_Anselmi6

  • The Godfather and its sequel The Godfather II has become a part of American culture. The Godfather quotes enrich our language and travel from film to film as an homage to the original screenplays. This articles reviews some of the greatest Godfather quotes along with the movie clips.

    The Godfather Quotes

    The Godfather Quotes

    by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff20

  • Being stuck between sharing the apocalypse or suffering it alone. A slow burning end of the world family drama or is it just a case of mental instability?

    "Take Shelter" Review

    "Take Shelter" Review

    by Sam Shepards1

  • Spun is another movie about meth addiction. It tries to have an even more flashy aesthetic than Requiem for a Dream, which combined with its more comic moments also makes it lighter to swallow. It's still much about lowlife, high speed drug addiction, but less of the horrible drama.

    'Spun' Review - Meth, Insomnia and MTV Aesthetic

    'Spun' Review - Meth, Insomnia and MTV Aesthetic

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Emotionally devastating and unashamedly indulgent, Michael Camino's controversial Vietnam war film is as essential a watch as it ever was. Benjamin Cox is simply blown away by the film's brilliance.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Deer Hunter'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Deer Hunter'

    by Benjamin Cox2

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