Category: 80’s TO DATE

Gone Baby Gone [2007]

 Ben Affleck should definitely quit his acting job and get behind the camera permanently because Gone Baby gone is a terrific movie. Two detectives are investigating the kidnapping of a little girl, but they soon find themselves dragged into a dark and very disturbing world. The entire cast […]

The Breakfast Club [1985]

“We’re all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all”. The Breakfast Club” is one of the coolest movies of the 80’s (my favorite remains “Ferris Bueller’s day off)”. And I admit that it took me a long time to finally watch it. […]

Ed Wood [1994]

The story of the “worst director” of all time Edward Wood Jr. and how he produced his low budget movies “Glen or Glenda”, “Bride of the monster” and “Plan 9 from outer space”.  Johny Depp is terrific as Wood and he’s surrounded by a talented cast aswell (Martin […]

Teeth [2007]

  Not exactly what I call an achievement in movie making, but “Teeth” might leave some viewers (especially guys) traumatized for life. A girl suffers from a condition called “Vagina dentata” (toothed vagina) and kills everyone who tries to have sex with her (unintentionally of course).  Weird subject […]

The Messenger [2009]

   Ben Foster and Woody Harrelson are both excellent in this drama about 2 soldiers who are assigned to bring the bad news to the families of fallen soldiers. Powerful subject, hard to stomach at times, but extremely well done and very moving.  Harrelson has never been better […]

Killers [2010]

Ashton Kutcher gives one of his worst performances in one of the most dreadful movies I’ve seen this year. Even Tom Selleck couldn’t save this from being a complete waste of time. Katherine Heigl left Grey’s Anatomy to focus on her movie career; so far it’s not looking […]

Alice In Wonderland [2010]

 I wonder if Tim Burton has lost his mind. His version of “Alice In Wonderland” is a fine example of that.  Wonderland is no longer a beautiful place here, instead it looks more like a nightmare that refuses to end. What a shame. All those wonderful characters from […]