The huge success of Marriage Story brought me back into Baumbach’s catalogue, and I decided to see how each movie stacked up against the others.
Did the director of Zombieland strike gold twice?
Did this star-studded cast carry the 2009 rom-com, or was it bogged down by too many tropes?
Nearing the 40% mark on Rotten Tomatoes, is the 2008 super hero film, Hancock. Was Will Smith’s performance good enough?
I attempt to create a final, critical consensus on the 2010 romantic comedy, starring Canadian actor, Jay Baruchel.
The first post in my new series, Make Up Your Mind; where I review movies with rotten tomatoes scores between 40% and 60%!
As someone who was infatuated by the last IT film, I was incredibly excited for IT Chapter Two. How was it to me?
In an aging film industry, the romance genre begins to get stale. So how do you avoid/hide tropes? What does a “good” romance entail? And how can one set themselves apart, in the year 2019?
The Social Network is one of my favorite; if not my favorite; movies. A large portion of that is due to the award-winning soundtrack. But what makes it so good?
If there was a perfect movie, would everyone enjoy it? And how does mixing genres affect their greatness/likability?
Michael Cera stars as himself in another romantic comedy
I was kind of excited for this movie a while back, but now that I’ve seen it, how good actually is it?