My Netflix Picks of the Week!

As we all know, it is quite frustrating to pay $9 (minimum) a month for Netflix, only to find crap, crap, and more crap to watch. This is when you have a similar moment to Darth Vader at the end of Revenge of the Sith, screaming, “Noooooo!” Don’t worry, I am going to be your Netflix spirit guide. Every … Continue reading

Review of Zero Dark Thirty and Bigelow’s Dispute

Kathryn Bigelow’s newest film hovers the line between suspense-drama and documentary. Bigelow claims Zero Dark Thirty to be “based on first-hand accounts and actual events,” but is receiving speculation about the accuracy. One thing is for sure, after seeing this film on the big screen, I was left with silent contemplation. I really didn’t know what … Continue reading

HBO’s Girls. It’s raw, awkward, real… And it works.

Lena Dunham is the powerhouse behind the new series, Girls, and for good reason. She’s the writer, creator, producer, and star actress in Girls, and presents a very real perspective into the lives of 20-somethings living in New York. Being a 20-something myself, I’ve related with Dunham’s quirky writing in more ways than one. Watching … Continue reading

Tarantino’s Django Unveiled

Quentin Tarantino has to be one of my favorite directors of all time. He’s bold, detailed, gritty, and a fantastic storyteller. Not to mention everything he touches has unforgettable flare. His most recent film, Django Unchained, a spaghetti-western, revenge story combined with exaggerated pre-Civil War history, fits into his portfolio swimmingly. Django currently ranks second … Continue reading