Posts Tagged endearing

To Rome With Love

To Rome with Love

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 No Comments

In terms of recent Woody Allen films, To Rome with Love had nothing on Midnight in Paris. However, that doesn’t mean it was terrible. In fact, I found it to be rather charming. Sure, there were way too many stories to follow, and I didn’t really care much for Alec Baldwin’s angel on the shoulder […]



Friday, January 18, 2013 No Comments

A mix of disturbing and endearing is the best way to describe Frankenweenie. You’ve got the characters, many of which scream of mental and/or social disorders, and a story following a kid reanimating his dead dog, all of which paints a picture swathed in oddness teetering on unsettling. But as you follow the plot, and […]

Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

Thursday, July 19, 2012 No Comments

Moonrise Kingdom may just be the best movie I’ve seen thus far this year. That may not be saying much, as it’s been six months and there’s been very little to write home about, and it also may not last long as The Dark Knight Rises is releasing tonight, but still, it was a great […]

The Apartment

The Apartment (Blu-ray)

Monday, January 30, 2012 No Comments

The Apartment, a film that follows a regular working man trying to climb the corporate ladder by loaning his apartment out to his superiors so they can partake in illicit affairs, offered entertainment in four dimensions: comedy, drama, romance, and social commentary. Mix in some excellent acting (especially Jack Lemmon), writing, and an attempted suicide, […]

The Muppets

The Muppets

Thursday, December 15, 2011 No Comments

To a certain extent, I agree with Eli’s review of The Muppets. It was a charming and funny restoration of one of the most beloved puppet ensembles. Furthermore, the surplus of cameos made every scene exciting for I was constantly curious to see who else would make an appearance. Conversely, the Meta style humor that […]