Tag Archive | Scarlett Johansson

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 […]

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 […]

Chef (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy After an influential food critic’s rather unsavory review leads to a YouTube sensationalized meltdown, esteemed head chef Carl Casper finds himself unemployed. With few job prospects on the horizon, Casper, intrigued by the opportunity for creative freedom, begins a personal odyssey by launching his own Latin inspired food truck. Chef is the […]

Top 6 Lists-Joseph Gordon-Levitt

List by-Jarrett Leahy Former child star Joseph Gordon-Levitt was already a fixture in Hollywood even before his small role as Young Norman in Robert Redford’s 1992 period drama, A River Runs Through It. After a successful television career that included a six year run on the cult hit, 3rd Rock From The Sun, Levitt forged […]

Movie Hall of Fame-CLASS OF 2014!!

List by-Jarrett Leahy Of all the sections I’ve created for this site, my Movie Hall of Fame is without a doubt the one I am most excited about.  Like every film fan, I have certain films that stand head and shoulders above the rest, the films in my personal “private collection” that I revisit more […]

Her (2013)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy For a large number of film fans and critics, the “game changing” science fiction film of 2013 was and always will be Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D spectacle, Gravity. However for my cinematic tastes, no film made more original or creative strides in the science fiction genre than this beautifully quirky little romance story […]