Who doesn’t love a good murder mystery? This genre can be just as suspenseful as any action movie and just as emotional as any drama. And when at their best, murder mysteries can give us some amazing twists and turns. First published in 1934, Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie is one of […]Read More Murder on the Orient Express (Full Review)
Here are a few quick reviews. Better late than never… Keanu Reeves stars as a former mob assassin who gives up his dangerous lifestyle when he falls in love. Before an illness claims her life, his wife leaves him with an adorable puppy to help him mourn. But, after a Russian mobster’s son (Alfie Allen) […]Read More Winter Quick Reviews (John Wick, Horrible Bosses 2, Penguins of Madagascar)
There is a reason a large portion of men don’t like romantic movies, or “chick flicks”. They’re often slow paced and predictable. But perhaps the greatest reason is the fact that the male lead in these films is usually a character that says and does things that most men would never say or do. The […]Read More The Fault in Our Stars. A Review by and for the guy dragged to see it.