Eclectic Weekend Roundup: Great Expectations (1998), About A Boy (2002), Under the Cherry Moon (1986)

Well there goes the weekend… it seems to fly by so fast as it always does. I'm super excited for my upcoming trip to Montréal next week, we'll be there for four nights and then three nights in Québec City. The Airbnb flats we'll be staying at are gorgeous and they're both right downtown too! I'll be …

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FlixChatter Review: The Revenant (2016)

I have to admit that I’m not the biggest fan of Alejandro González Iñárritu. I think he’s a very good filmmaker but many of his films are way to depressing to me. Heck I have yet to see his awarding winning film Birdman, so I was hesitant to see his latest picture. But after seeing a …

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FlixChatter Review: Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014)

It's been nearly a month since I saw this film, but I'm still thinking about it. In fact, I was just telling a friend over coffee this weekend how the more I think about this film, the more I like it. The story revolves around Riggan Thomson, played by Michael Keaton in an art-imitating-life sort of …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup & 28 Days (2000) mini review

Happy Sunday everyone! It finally felt like Spring is actually around the corner here in my neck of the woods. The good news is we can forgo the long johns and parka, but we now have to put up with dirty cars as the roads and slushy roads from melting mountains of snow. Well, no …

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FlixChatter Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s GRAVITY

One of the power of great movies is that it gives us 'escapism,' a relief from whatever problems we have in our daily life for an hour or two. But a truly great film gives us something more... more to take in, to marvel at, and to reflect on. Gravity, to me, is one of …

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