Category: 80’s TO DATE

The Damned United [2009]

Interesting piece of english football history tells the story of Brian Clough, the manager who led Derby County to glory in the 70’s, and how he failed to do the same with Leeds United a few years later. The story focuses on his 44 days of reign as Leeds manager, […]

Orphan [2009]

“I think people should always try to take the bad things that happen to them in their lives, and turn them into something good. Don’t you?” Another horror movie in a time when scary movies aren’t that “scary” anymore. “Orphan” is the story of a family that decides to adopt […]

Valkyrie [2008]

Interesting slice of German history about an army officer named Colonel Claus Van Stauffenberg (well played by Tom Cruise) who is convinced that Germany must rid itself of Adolphe Hitler after things got out of control during the events of world war 2. He is recruited by German […]

Che [2008]

Never expect too much from a movie, otherwise you might end up disappointed, or in my case, frustrated. From the moment I heard that Benicio Del Toro was playing the role of Ernesto Che Guevara, I knew it was going to be big. Boy was I wrong. Now don’t get me wrong, […]

What Dreams May Come [1998]

I  really wanted to write a positive review about “What Dreams May Come”, but truth be told, I couldn’t. It may be visually impressive (the special effects won an oscar), but the story is so damn confusing and awfully boring that I couldn’t care less about the characters. Robin […]

My Sister’s Keeper [2009]

“Most babies are accidents. Not me. I was engineered. Born to save my sister’s life. ” Good, solid drama about a family who decide to conceive a genetically engineered child for the purpose of using her stem cells to save their eldest daugher from cancer. Daring subject, difficult […]