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I Origins (2014)

I Origins (2014)

written and directed by Mike Cahill

Rating: Okay

I really enjoyed Mike Cahill’s first feature, Another Earth (2011), so I got excited when I first watched the trailer to his second film,  236 more words

'Criminal Activities'Trying to be too clever.film review 2015

The film starts off well, a group of friends meet up over coffee and one of them mentions that he has a friend with information about stock that is only going up in the near future, they all agree to go in it together and raise the funds to invest. 171 more words

Movie Reviews

Criminal Activities (2015): Travolta Lost in Mediocrity

John Travolta is fun to watch. Let’s get that out of the way. He steadfastly refuses to accept that time is a thing and has affect on all things living or not, continuing on as if he were convinced that it is still 1994. 888 more words

Z: The Films

John Travolta returns to baddie role in thriller 'Criminal Activities'

The worst in Criminal Activities is about to unfold in John Travolta’s latest action movie that marks his return to bad boy role when they reunite at a former classmate’s funeral. 218 more words


I, Origins (for Dear Cast and Crew)

Dear Eisenia Fetida (aka. Earthworm), Performer

I just wanted to congratulate you on a job well-done in the new film I Origins. The way you wriggled in just the right way in that slippery Petri dish, with all those hot lights shining on you? 362 more words

Film Criticism

I, Origins (2014)

So last night before sleep I decided to re-watch “I,Origins”.
I was so excited because, for me, it was one of the best movies released last year. 1,645 more words


Check out the trailer for Jackie Earle Haley's directorial debut, Criminal Activities

Okay, John Travolta is one of the most hit or miss actors out there (and nothing but huge, career ending for most, misses for many years), but I’ve loved Jackie Earle Hayley since he was Kelly Leake, and gotta hope that Travolta digs deep for this one and hits us with a Jack Terry/Tony Manero/Vincent Vega/Chili Palmer type performance. 69 more words