Category: Film Reviews

DVD Review: Sleeping with Other People

DVD Review: Sleeping with Other People

R, 101 minutes “Sleeping with Other People” never made it far past the festival circuit and a modest theatrical release, but it was probably the best romantic movie I saw this year. It’s funny,...

A review of Star Wars

A review of Star Wars

Directed By: J.J. Abrams Starring: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher Review By: Collin Stroup Star Wars really needs no introduction. Even for those who haven’t...

DVD Review: Pan

DVD Review: Pan

PG, 111 minutes File “Pan” under biggest flops of the year that deserved much better. This delightful, rousing adventure is the Peter Pan origin story, how a spirited English orphan first found his way...

Review of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

Review of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

PG-13, 131 minutes “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” is one of the better installments in the TV-to-cinema series centered on superspy Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise). It can’t hold a handle to the previous film, “Ghost...

Review of Ant-Man

Review of Ant-Man

PG-13, 117 minutes Just when it seemed like every super-hero in the Marvel universe had been covered, along came “Ant-Man” to prove that even little guys can get their own movie – whether the...

Review: Ricki and the Flash

Review: Ricki and the Flash

PG-13, 101 minutes If there’s nothing more exhilarating in a movie theater than finding a wonderful film where you didn’t expect, then little is more depressing than walking out let down by a movie...

Review of ‘Spectre’

Review of ‘Spectre’

Directed by: Sam Mendes Starring: Daniel Craig, Chrisoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux Review By Collin Stroup If Skyfall was a modernized Bond with flairs of classic Bond films coming through, then Spectre is the inverse...

Spectre Review

Spectre Review

Directed by: Sam Mendes Starring: Daniel Craig, Chrisoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux Review By Collin Stroup If Skyfall was a modernized Bond with flairs of classic Bond films coming through, then Spectre is the inverse...

Goodnight_Mommy

DVD Review: Goodnight Mommy

Commentary by Collin Stroup Directors: Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz Starring: Susanne Wuest, Lukas Schwarz, Elias Schwarz Language: German A good filmmaker knows what audience they are speaking to. In the case of Goodnight Mommy, it’s a pretty...