Guest Review: Isn’t It Romantic (2019)

Directed By: Todd Strauss-Schulson Written By: Dana Fox, Erin Cardillo, Katie Silberman Runtime: 1 hour 29 minutes Isn’t It Romantic is a masterpiece. Not in the sense that it’s ideologically revolutionary or that it’s even necessarily going to stand the test of time, but it is skillfully conceived, written, acted, shot, and edited in a …

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Guest Review: The Dressmaker (2016)

The Dressmaker tells the story of an outwardly successful middle-aged woman named Tilly (Kate Winslet) who returns home to rural Australia, after having been ostracized from the town as a young girl. Most of the small town, including her own mother (Judy Davis), is not pleased to see her back. Regardless, she makes her entrance …

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FlixChatter Review – Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I (2014)

     I saw Mockingjay: Part 1 on opening night and I hate to admit it, but I was a bit disappointed. Granted, in my opinion, the source material wasn’t as engrossing as the first two books, but, still, I had such high hopes going into the film. Director Francis Lawrence came into THG series with such gusto, partly …

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FlixChatter Review – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Hi everyone! We've got another review from FlixChatter's newest contributor Ashley Steiner. Check out her bio if you haven't already. To make a long story short, I loved it! Wired.com is calling The Hunger Games: Catching Fire the The Dark Knight of young adult films. Let me liken it in a different way. Catching Fire …

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FlixChatter Review: The Hunger Games

It's quite rare that I watch a movie adaptation within a year of finishing the book, but that's exactly what happened with Hunger Games. I've told you in this post on Friday that I found the Suzanne Collins' book to be quite a page turner, but fortunately, this is the one occasion where the film does the …

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Weekend Watching Plans? Odds are definitely in Hunger Games’ favor

Happy Friday all!  After a very slow late Winter months, Spring is starting out with a bang in the movies! Hunger Games is here! This is the only major film that opens today, as the Indonesian-based action thriller The Raid (which I talked about here) only opens in limited release. So that means box office-wise, …

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