A brief review of the seventh movie in “The Fast and The Furious” series. It emphasizes the beginning of the film, how the film keeps the audience alert, and whether or not the film fulfilled its purpose.
There are many documentaries out there and as of late the genre has become saturated with consumer based dribble. These three chosen documentaries get to the heart of three important social issues: poverty, animal rights, and marijuana. All of these deserve attention and are rightfully addressed.
On February 2, 2013, Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield were murdered, gunned down in the back by Eddie Ray Routh at a firing range in Texas. This is a fact that no one can dispute, but the question is: did Routh understand that what he did at that time was wrong? Or was he within the grips of psychosis, convinced the two other men were going to kill him if he did not kill them first? This is what the jury in Erath County, Texas had to decide.
As every year, the waiting came to an end on the first Sunday of March. In its 86th the Oscars gave us the opportunity to go further in the movie world in a way that, I could say, is getting a little bit away from the theaters and screenplays as we know them nowadays.
While exorcisms have not been the conventional theme of scary movies since “The Exorcist,” it plays center stage in “The Devil Inside.” While the film has a decent share of moments that will make you jump, there are far more moments that will put you to sleep.
I am not much for vampires, werewolves, and melodramatic teenage drama, but I have to admit: “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” proved to be an alright movie as a whole.