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The Rebound (2009) English- Romantic Comedy Rated “R” Runtime- 94 min. dir. Bart Freundlich I’m not completely sure where this choice came from. I think that I just saw a rom-com with mildly-talented actors that had received pretty low … Continue reading
The Gate (1987) English- Horror Rated “PG-13” Runtime- 85 min. dir. Tibor Takács I never really understood the idea of centering a horror movie around a child or prepubescent protagonist. I have two main arguments against it. My first … Continue reading
After losing some of my faith in French movies after that debacle with Rapt, I accidentally gave them another chance. I didn’t know this movie was French until people started talking, so it was very well disguised as an American film. … Continue reading
When it comes to movies that have really small casts, it is very easy for one person to let down the entire movie. Even if the director is half the cast. Story/Writing: .5/2 The story didn’t move anywhere, that is … Continue reading