What distinguishes great movies from mediocre ones, among many other things of course, is the love with which the film was made — corny, I admit, but a testament to the labour of filmmakers and artists impassioned by their own ideas and creativity and what could come of each and both. One such example is… Read More ‘Loving Vincent’ pays tribute to Vincent Van Gogh’s artistry
Directed by Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird has been making headlines left and right leading up to its release. Most recently, the film scored 165 positive reviews on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, surpassing Toy Story 3‘s 163 reviews, making it the best 100%-rated film on the website, and therefore the best reviewed movie ever made Lady… Read More Lady Bird just became the best reviewed movie ever made
When it comes down to it, I prefer sitting at home with a DVD over going to the cinema, save for the occasional technical juggernaut that warrants a trip to the theater. But part of the reason why I prefer one over the other is the people that come with a cinema. Don’t get me… Read More 8 types of Lebanese movie-goers — ya wayle!
Some fantastic-looking movies like Me Earl and the Dying Girl, Inside Out, and Max are headed our way this summer, and I for one cannot wait. But sometimes a movie may look great, but turn out bad. Such is the case with Every Secret Thing. The crime thriller seemed a lock on paper,especially with names like… Read More Potential goes missing in “Every Secret Thing”
A hero is defined as someone who performs an act of bravery that is for the good of a greater mass, even if that means sacrificing parts of oneself — or oneself entirely — in the process. Of course, this is just one definition of it. There are and will always be different interpretations of… Read More The misfortunes of heroism: an “American Sniper” review