Happy Birthday to One of the Greatest Films of All-Time – Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review

Never does art cease amaze my tiny little brain with its elements of reality and fiction and abilities to facilitate positive reactions even after forty years of existing. Martin Scorsese is a Mt. Rushmore head of Hollywood directors in my book and for exceptional reason. His dark depiction of vigilante justice in the grimy streets… Read More Happy Birthday to One of the Greatest Films of All-Time – Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review

THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1996): A NEAR FLAWLESS FILM -MOVIE REVIEW

“Who is the monster and who is the man?” A question that looms in my psyche everyday. Our shallow existences are fed by the equally shallow desire of acceptance for things we may never truly be, but it’s when people around you can accept you for who you truly are that you will discover the answers… Read More THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1996): A NEAR FLAWLESS FILM -MOVIE REVIEW

‘THE IRON GIANT’ (1999): YOU ARE WHO YOU CHOOSE TO BE – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

Animation is an incredibly tactical medium and genre for films that have always had the ability to hit audiences of all ages. It was when Brad Bird and Warner Brother Studios decided to bring to life a magical fairy tale of robot giants and the childlike wonders to a screen near you back in 1999.… Read More ‘THE IRON GIANT’ (1999): YOU ARE WHO YOU CHOOSE TO BE – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

‘CASINO ROYALE’ (2005): WHEN JAMES BOND BECAME 007 – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

In honor of the fourth Daniel Craig James Bond film I’ve decided to write out a review for one of my favorite –not just Bond films– but favorite films I’ve ever seen. Casino Royale is the film that tells, more or less, the origin of 007 as he takes on one of the most intense poker games… Read More ‘CASINO ROYALE’ (2005): WHEN JAMES BOND BECAME 007 – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

LOOKING BACK ON ‘THE SIXTH SENSE’ (1999) – VINTAGE REVIEW

In honor of M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, which apparently isn’t complete horse s***, I went back and re-watched the film that launched his career so high that the only place he could have gone was down, The Sixth Sense. Set in Philadelphia Pennsylvania (holla!) we meet a child psychologist played by Bruce Willis, a man that… Read More LOOKING BACK ON ‘THE SIXTH SENSE’ (1999) – VINTAGE REVIEW