Amélie is the story of a girl who devotes her life to brining happiness into the lives of the people around her. “It’s a movie that just makes you smile,” said any customer whoever bought a copy of it from me when I worked for a store that sold movies. And I would simply nod … Continue reading
It doesn’t think.
It doesn’t feel.
It doesn’t impress that much, really. Continue reading
Where Midnight Express told the harrowing real-life experience of a brutal prison, and Return to Paradise posed a moral and ethical dilemma to its audience, Brokedown Palace explores the importance of having a BFF and how the power of friendship can thwart a corrupt justice system. Such is the lot of 1999’s Brokedown Palace, a … Continue reading
Boy meets boy. Boy murders other boy. Boys fall in love. A surprisingly uncontroversial film, all things considered. Continue reading
I can’t possibly review Jupiter Ascending properly, because I’d need to write the plot down, and you won’t believe me if I do. Instead, here are my thoughts on the movie as they formed in my mind watching it: Orange and Teal: The Movie This movie has an opening credits/title sequence that interrupts the movie as … Continue reading