“Toy Story” was released in 1995 and starred Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and the legendary Don Rickles. At the time, it was the first computer-generated animated feature film, launching Pixar into the acclaimed animation studio we now know it as today. What really binds this movie together and makes it hold up (despite its datedContinue reading ““Toy Story” – Classic Film Reviews #22″
“The Silence of the Lambs” is a classic for a reason. It’s filled with great performances, unique direction, and thrills. Here’s my review!
“Dirty Harry” was released in 1971 and is one of the greatest action-thrillers of all time. It was directed by Don Siegel and stars Clint Eastwood as “Dirty” Harry Callahan, a ruthless police investigator tasked with finding and stopping the “Scorpio Killer.” Clint Eastwood was the perfect choice to play Dirty Harry. After his eraContinue reading ““Dirty Harry” – Classic Film Reviews #15″
Quentin Tarantino is one of the best writer/directors ever and is responsible for numerous classics. Here’s my ranking of his filmography!
“Planet of the Apes” is one of the most iconic sci-fi films ever made & has one of the greatest twists in cinema history. Here’s my review!
“Reservoir Dogs” is a classic Quentin Tarantino flick with plenty of his signature banter, comedy, and violence. Here’s my review!
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“Kramer vs. Kramer” was released in 1979 and was written & directed by John Benton. The film swept at the 1980 Oscars, winning Best Actor, Actress, Director, Screenplay, and Picture. Is it deserving of that praise? Find out in this review!
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“All the President’s Men” was directed by Alan J. Pakula and was written by the legendary William Goldman and it stars Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman. “All the President’s Men” is about the true story of the two reporters who uncovered and wrote about the story behind the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post. This movie is widely considered to be a masterful political thriller and it is even rated as the 77th best American movie of all time by the American Film Institute.
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Before George Lucas made the original “Star Wars,” he wrote and directed this 1973 classic based on his life. “American Graffiti” stars Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, and Charles Martin Smith, and takes place 1962. It follows many characters on their last night of the summer after their senior year.
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