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Movie Review: SOUTHPAW - Jake Gyllenhaal KILLS IT!!!!

Southpaw is a Boxing Drama starring one of, if not THE BEST character actors of today Jake Gyllenhaal. Now, boxing dramas have been around forever, and there are a tonne of them, some good and some bad, so this definitely had a lot of competition that it would be constantly compared to. 705 more words


Midnight in Paris (2011)

For those who don’t know about the film’s premise (I certainly didn’t). Hopeless romantic and old soul Gil Pender and his pragmatic fiance Inez are visiting Paris when a midnight cab thrusts Gil into the past he yearns for, Paris in the 1920s.   209 more words

Pocket-Sized Reviews

To Hawaii with..Love?

Cameron Crowe is the fortune cookie of the big-hearted American cinema one always counts on when temporarily starved for comfort. You never know what you’re going to get, but a connection however slippery will always be established. 1,326 more words


CGB Review of To The Wonder (Guest Starring Leia the Dog!)

Hey indie filmmakers, why are you so afraid of dialogue?  What did dialogue ever do to you?

This is my review of To The Wonder! 774 more words

Southpaw (2015) - Personal Movie Review

Southpaw is the normal stance for a left-handed boxer.

The movie revolved around Billy Hope, a boxing champion who had it all… an impressive career and lifestyle with a loving wife and daughter but all came crashing through when a tragedy struck him which resulted into losing his family and career. 674 more words


Southpaw- Review

Southpaw is directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) and stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker, Oona Laurence as well as 50 Cent and Rachael McAdams. 573 more words


Review - Melodrama Stops "Southpaw" From Greatness

“Southpaw” was a film I could not wait to see.  It was number nine on my Most Anticipated Films of 2015 list that I made at the beginning of the year.   578 more words