Aaaand..I’m finally writing it. See, I do this thing where I tell you guys the day I’m going to post a review, then post it 5 days later. Keep you on your toes, eh? Yeah, not buying it either. Master … Continue reading
This is a half apologetic (again!), half review-ish-y (yes, I guarantee you that’s a word) post. Yes, I have watched The Dark Knight Rises. Yes, I enjoyed it and had planned on writing a review for it. The very next … Continue reading
Ice Age 4 walks that fine line between taking it too far with the franchise and showing us why it lasted this long in the first place and still the best parts of the movie were Scrat’s scenes.
It all starts with him, of course. In an effort to retrieve his acorn, Scrat somehow falls down to the center of the earth and jump-starts the division of the previously singular land into continents. As the land starts to split away, Many, Diego and Sid get separated from their friends and family. Sailing on an iceberg, they try to get back to Many’s family, as promised, all the while trying to escape greedy pirates and vicious sea creatures. Continue reading
Finally watching The Dark Knight Rises tonight! Even though, yes, I said I won’t be watching any other upcoming movie about Batman after I watched The Dark Knight with Heath Ledger because that movie was just..epic.
However, I heard nothing but good things about this movie so yeah. Review to come after. 🙂
I’ve wanted to see this movie since the first time I heard of it, but I kept putting in on the back burner. I mean, I haven’t even seen J. Edgar and I’ve had the movie for a couple of months now.
I’ve read great, no, scratch that, glowing reviews for Cabin in the Woods so, of course, I had huge expectations. Glad to say they were met and more! Continue reading
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a book adaptation based on the 2010 novel of the same name written by Seth Grahame-Smith. Sadly, I haven’t read the book yet so I don’t have anything to compare the movie to, but I knew … Continue reading
Total Recall is a remake of the 1990 movie of the same name starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the 2012 version Colin Farrell plays Douglas Quaid/Hauser and Jessica Biel is Melina.
I think it’s hard writing a review when it comes to a remake without mentioning the original piece and/or comparing the two, so that’s exactly what I’m going to do myself. But first let’s start with the things I enjoyed about this one. Continue reading
I think the title is self explanatory; this post has nothing to do with movies.
Let me just tell you: if you’ve never been to Greece before, than you definitely should in the near, near future. It’s absolutely beautiful and makes for a very interesting experience. I stayed in Potos, on Thassos island and we only passed through Kavala on the mainland. Continue reading