Prisoners (2013)

Prisoners UK movie poster.

Prisoners UK movie poster.

Imagine – you check every room, every closet, every nook and cranny. You can’t find them anywhere. It takes you a second before you finally realize that your kids are missing.

Did you feel that? Did you feel that chill run down your spin – those bumps form from the skin on your arms?

How is your heart? Is it beating normally?  Read more of this post


Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

The EnterpriseSitting in a somewhat populated theatre – 3D glasses on, sweets tucked aside – I ready myself to take a journey on the Enterprise alongside Kirk and the rest of the crew.

Action-filled – from start to end – Star Trek Into Darkness kept audiences on the edge of their seats. Their eyes are focused – for those two hours – on the battle between good and evil taking place in front of them.  Read more of this post

Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

A story about the difficulties of living with a mental illness, director David O. Russell’s film Silver Linings Playbook delivers audiences a tell-all experience of one man’s battle to get a grasp on existence in a judgemental community.

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

Take a step outside of your door and enter a journey that takes you into the depths of middle-earth.  Join Bilbo Baggins and the rest of the group on an adventure – in Peter Jackson’s new film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Read more of this post

Pitch Perfect (2012)

Imagine for a second – a dark stage, shadowed figures standing in a particular formation, and suddenly a beat starts coming from the mouths of these figures. The lights turn on, the figures become identifiable, and the song begins. Read more of this post

Argo (2012)

A Hollywood masterpiece. And a historical farce. Two terms that are seemingly on opposite sides of the spectrum in the discussion of success. But in the case of Argo they seem to match up quite well. Read more of this post

House at the End of the Street (2012)

House at the End of the Street strays a bit from the classic horror framework.  Sure, a lot of familiar genre conventions exist in the film so it’s still easily recognized as part of the horror family.

Although I enjoy a good horror movie – no matter how closely it follows the classic horror formula – I wasn’t amazed by this film. Read more of this post

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