Film Review- While We’re Young (2014)

Noah Baumbach takes a colorful and tender approach to generational ambition in his film, While We're Young. It explores the themes of rejuvenation, jealousy, skeptical admiration, and unrelenting youth. In their forties, Josh and Cornelia (Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts) grapple with the inescapable quirks of aging. Along the way, they meet a young, hip couple … Continue reading Film Review- While We’re Young (2014)

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Film Review- Before We Go (2014)

Chris Evans finds comfort in the quiet of the city in his directorial debut, Before We Go. It premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and then to limited release in the United States. You could dub it a modern take on the Before trilogy from Richard Linklater, but you can also find traits that set it apart … Continue reading Film Review- Before We Go (2014)

Film Review- Night on Earth (1991)

So today I am reviewing one of my favorite underrated films. Night on Earth was released in 1991 and it is actually compiled of five different vignettes. Sort of like New York, I Love You, except the different scenes all came from director Jim Jarmusch's creative mind. In one single night, we follow taxi drivers and … Continue reading Film Review- Night on Earth (1991)

Film Review- A Most Violent Year (2014)

You should know that I have always taken the path that is most right. The result is never in question for me. Just what path do you take to get there, and there is always one that is most right. And that is what this is. New York City, 1981. Crime is the highest it's … Continue reading Film Review- A Most Violent Year (2014)

‘Scorsese’s New York’- Short Film Tribute to the Director

I came across this short film, or should I say respectful montage, of the many movies that legendary director, Martin Scorsese has filmed in the heart of New York City and surrounding areas. It's a breath of fresh air to take three minutes out of your time and watch this highlight of the films set … Continue reading ‘Scorsese’s New York’- Short Film Tribute to the Director