The Greatest [2010]

Following the death of a young man in a terrible car accident, his family tries to overcome their loss in vain. But everything is about to change when the boy’s pregnant girlfriend suddenly enters their shattered lives. Interesting look at grief as told from different points of view (each member […]

Let Me In [2010]

Unusual, one of a kind horror movie (a remake of a 2008 swedish film entitled “Let The Right One In”) about a constantly bullied young boy who develops a friendship with the new girl next door. Problem is: she’s in fact a vampire and has to drink human blood in […]

Tron [1982]

Disappointing Disney movie about a computer hacker (Jeff Bridges) who is abducted into a computer world, where his only way of survival is to compete in a video game competition. With the help of a security program called Tron, he decides to escape. A good premise, but the story runs out […]

Taking Woodstock [2009]

In 1969, a young man working at his parent’s motel  and in need of money decides to host the biggest concert in the country: Woodstock. Director Ang Lee did a fine job in recreating the events of that summer, and there’s plenty to enjoy here (beautiful locations, Liev Shreiber […]

Dude, Where’s My Car? [2000]

Painfully unfunny movie about two potheads (Ashton Kutcher and Sean William Scott) who wake up after a long night of partying and try to put together the events of  the previous evening. The title of the film has become a landmark in today’s pop culture, but I wish […]

Eclipse [2010]

An improvement over its predecessor, but that’s not saying much. In this third (and unfortunately not last) chapter, Bella is still torn between her love for  Edward (the dreadful Robert Patinson), and her friendship with “wolfman” Jacob. Meanwhile, Seattle is ravaged by a series of mysterious killings, as […]

Gigli [2003]

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were dating when “Gigli” was released. I tought you should know this boring fact because quite franky, I can’t think of anything more interesting to say about this movie. There’s absolutely no plot (unless you consider cutting a dead man’s thumb a plot), the two […]