Nat Wolff

Which Brings Me To You – Movie Review and Summary

“Which Brings Me To You” is an Olympic showing of Nat Wolff and Lucy Hale’s abilities as romantic leads, but beyond the romance their characters share are the lessons that made them right for each other.

Home Again – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

In order to enjoy Home Again, I want you to strip away the idea you need the usual drama we see in movies and TV. For what seems to be the pursuit in Home Again is showing weird and complicated relationships. Ones which, by the grace of some other worldly being, come into our lives…

Death Note: Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

Let me preface this with noting the white washing of Netflix’s Death Note won’t be a pressing point. What will be is that it turned a cool, made for adults, anime into something that seems like a young adult novel adaptation. Trigger Warning(s): Use of gorey picture

Grandma – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview While Grandma might not be worth the travel costs, while it remains in limited release, Tomlin and company still deliver the type of performances worth eventually checking out.

Palo Alto – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview A film which truly shows how much the power of a recognizable name can do for you. Review (with Spoilers) Around the time of the Tribeca Film Festival, there seemed to be a lot of buzz about this movie. Showings were sold out, James Franco was in trouble for hitting on a minor, and…

Ashby – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview Ashby is the type of film which sadly focuses on the wrong character. For while Mickey Rourke presents the type of character which could have been groundbreaking, he is stuck playing a father figure to a pretentious kid.

Paper Towns (Movie) – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Initial Thoughts As someone who has read the book, much less took notes while reading it to break it down chapter by chapter, honestly I was sort of excited for the film. Albeit, Paper Towns is my least favorite John Green book, and honestly I feel like I was meh on it overall, but there…