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REVIEW | Point Break - 1991

Because of the upcoming “Point Break” reboot, I decided to re-watch the original film from 1991 on television. The only thing I remembered from the original film was the surfing aspect and that Keanu Reeves was in it. 796 more words


The Hurt Locker : Movie Review

“War’s dirty little secret is that some men love it. I’m trying to unpack why, to look at what it means to be a hero in the context of 21st-century combat.” (Kathryn Bigelow, 2008) 1,051 more words

21st-century Combat

Weekend Roundup: Reviews of 'Ant-Man' & 'Cartel Land' documentary

Boy it’s quite a sweltering Summer weekend, I practically lived in my shorts & rompers these days. I love it when you found stuff in one of your old wallets, it’s like getting an unexpected gift. 903 more words

Flix Reviews

Film Review: Cartel Land

Matthew Heineman’s documentary Cartel Land, an otherwise gritty, deep look at the dirty politics and violence waged by the Mexican drug cartels, has all the sheen of a slick Hollywood production. 495 more words


1995 Project: Strange Days

The first hurdle Strange Days has to jump is the fact that its version of the future is built around incredibly dated elements. I personally find it fascinating to look at interpretations of the future from different decades, but there will be many who will find the idea that this movie’s plot revolves around technology as antiquated as a MiniDisc. 799 more words


The Hurt Locker (2008)

Temperature: Tempered

This was one of the first movies to describe the war on Iraq after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. The movie takes a look on the daily life of a bomb squad. 726 more words


Zero Dark Thirty (2012)

“For ten years one woman never stopped searching for the most wanted man in history”

Directed by Kathryn Bigelow
Produced by Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Megan Ellison… 793 more words