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Lucy (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy Coerced by her sleazy boyfriend into dropping off a mysterious briefcase, Lucy suddenly finds herself kidnapped and forced to be a drug mule for an underworld crime syndicate. While transporting a highly secretive new synthetic drug, the bag that was surgically placed in her lower abdomen begins to leak, unleashing inconceivable changes […]

Begin Again (2014)

  Review by-Jarrett Leahy After being fired from the record label he helped establish, Dan drunkenly stumbles into an East Village bar and, by mere happenstance, comes across a young woman singing during an open mic night. Mesmerized by the untapped artistry of her songwriting, he convinces her to embark on an unusual collaboration, spurning […]

Non-Stop (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy During a crowded transatlantic flight to London, an unknown passenger has hacked into the secure cell phone network of air marshal Bill Marks, threatening to kill a passenger every twenty minutes unless the airline wires $150,000,000 to an offshore bank account. Unsure which traveler the threats are coming from, Marks begins the […]

2,000 Page Views!

We reached another small yet very cool milestone for the page today, 2,000 pages views from 46 different countries. Thank you all yet again for continued support of this site. We hope to continue to add interesting and entertaining content about this great hobby and art form. If you ever have any questions, comments, or […]

Under The Skin (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy “A masterpiece!” “Artsy-fartsy garbage.” “The best film of 2014.” “The worst movie I’ve ever seen!” Any film that can create such diversely opposing yet equally passionate reactions would certainly fall under the category of being a polarizing or divisive film. I suspect that many casual movie fans and more than a handful […]

RoboCop (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy Set in 2028, the streets of Detroit have become a glorified war-zone of crime and corrupt officials. Fervent media and conservative politicians hope that the country’s growing fear will speed up the institution of a controversial militarized robotics program headed by multinational corporation OmniCorp. However, America’s “robo-phobia” keeps their lucrative plans at […]

Top 6 Lists: Con-Artists

List by-Jarrett Leahy One of the most fascinating and entertaining subject matter in Hollywood has always been the cunning and deviant con-artist. While disdained in real life, the con-artist on screen is an anti-hero that plays on our inner desire to outsmart and outmaneuver, and if The Man is on the other end of those […]