. Looking over my Letterboxd list of movies that I watched over this year, it was not an easy task to narrow down movies over this year down; especially considering I’m adding in films that were pushed out of 2020 as well. So here are my favorite movies of 2021
2020 is now a full week in. The confetti and streamers have been cleaned up and we’ve all gotten adjusted to the new year and a new decade. The year where our patience finally pays off has arrived. The movies offered in 2020 have been some that we’ve waited to land on the movie screenContinue reading “The Anticipation: 10 Films I’m looking forward to”
What another year for movies! As we close out this year (and decade!), I wanted to take a look back and rank the films that captivated my mind, heart, and emotions. Like every year, this year’s list wasn’t how I thought it would turn out at the start of 2019. But that’s the wonderful surprisesContinue reading “My 10 Favorite Movies of 2019”
“Ask any racer. Any real racer. It don’t matter if you win by an inch or a mile. Winning’s winning.” – Dominic Toretto, The Fast and The Furious, 2001. From street racing and stolen trucks to taking on international drug lords and terrorists, The Fast and The Furious is one of the most successful andContinue reading “Race to First: Ranking the Fast and the Furious Franchise”
On May 3, 2002, one of Marvel Comics’ most popular superheroes graced the silver screen in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko’s young aspiring scientist imbued with superhuman abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Since then, we’ve gone through three men wearing the outfit and two reboots, making the character progressively younger. WithContinue reading “Spider’s Web: Ranking The Spider-Man Film Franchise”
June 30, 2019. This day means we are somehow halfway through 2019. Where does the time go? Instead of waiting to make an End of Year Top 10 list, I wanted to look back at my favorites of the year so far.
New year, new movies. Now that the fireworks have faded and the first week of the 2019 is in the books, let’s look to the rest of the year. Some franchises are closing their current chapters like the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Star Wars sequel trilogy. Disney looks to continue their silver screen dominanceContinue reading “My most anticipated movies of 2019”
When I look back at 2018 in film, I will remember a few things: this was a great year for documentaries; foreign and world cinema are on the rise; smaller studios are creating the majority of original content and interesting projects right now; the superhero genre continues to grow and still has the ability toContinue reading “2018’s Best”
This year, I decided to go bigger, better, adding more numbers! Like a normal sequel, right? With the addition of Hulu, move movies came along that I hadn’t gotten into while I also delved into On Demand and the library to expand to different genres. This year, I went into the classics of my childhood,Continue reading “The Watch List of 2017”
Here is the list from 2016. Not too bad for my first year. This year, I could consider the year of Ghibli as I went through a fair amount of Hayao Miyazaki’s animated classics. I also went through some classics that I’ve never thought or considered to watch like the cult classic Labyrinth or Sing Street.