Movie Night With Lauren #4: From The Martian to Interstellar thanks to Matt Damon. Dude loves space! Check out the explanation for Movie Night here.Read more "Movie Night With Lauren: Interstellar (2014)"
Movie Night With Lauren #3: From Black Death to The Martian thanks to Sean Bean. Check out the explanation for Movie Night here.Read more "Movie Night With Lauren: The Martian (2015)"
The Martian is an entertaining adventure on Mars, with a fantastic turn by Matt Damon at the center of a lot of drama.Read more "Film Review: The Martian"
The Martian makes for a good book, but I can’t wait to see what a visual medium can do that the written words of Andy Weir cannot. Don’t let me down, Matt Damon!Read more "Movie Prep: The Martian by Andy Weir"
Sky-high expectations and marketing oversaturation could leave some audiences disappointed, but Interstellar still does plenty to amaze viewers.Read more "Dissecting Interstellar: Love, Wormholes and Robots"
Interstellar is at its best when playing with science, as Christopher Nolan propels his cautionary tale with his always solid filmmaking.Read more "Film Review: Interstellar"
Lauren: World War II has always been a strong source of inspiration for the movie industry, so it’s almost surprising that The Monuments Men is able to bring a new side of this war to light. It’s definitely an interesting aspect of this war, I just don’t know if this movie is what it needed.Read more "Dissecting The Monuments Men"
Elysium is the much anticipated second film from director Neil Blomkamp, but it falls short of working on almost every level.Read more "Film Review: Elysium"
Behind the Candelabra is the supposed “last film” from Steven Soderbergh and oh boy is it a good one.Read more "Film Review: Behind the Candelabra"
For those of you not keeping track we are about to enter the second half of the year, full of just as many exciting things as the first half. So far some entries have disappointed, some have surprised, and some have lived up to and surpassed expectations so far, so lets keep our fingers crossed […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: 3rd Quarter (July – September)"