MOVIES and TV

This is our TV/Movie page and it archives all of the articles that we have written about this subject matter.  If you see an article of interest, please feel free to click on the link that will lead you to said article.  At least we believe that how links work.  Please let us know if we are wrong.


January 11, 2013: C. McLain reviews the film THE IMPOSSIBLE, starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. The film is based on the true story of a vacationing family who experienced the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.

May 30, 2010: We love to watch movies around here, we just seem to never have the time to review them all.  Thus, we bring you A Summary to End All Summaries.  Felipe rates and quickly reviews all of the films he has seen in the last six months.  Death at a Funeral, Iron Man 2, Shrek Forever After, District 9, and The Hurt Locker are showcased as well as other films that have been reviewed on this website before.

May 30, 2010: We love Martin Scorsese around here!  Felipe reviews Shutter Island, a movie so predictable that you'll probably know the ending as you read this sentence.  Nevertheless, it's Scorsese teaming up with Leonardo DiCaprio so that alone is worth the price of admission so read on!

May 30, 2010: Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team up for the umpteenth time to bring you Alice in Wonderland.  Basically, Disney told Burton to make them and Depp lots and lots of money and, as the old adage goes, "Mission Accomplished!"

May 23, 2010: Felipe reviews The Lovely Bones about Mark Wahlberg attempting to look for the murderer who killed his daughter, Susie Salmon (yes, just like the fish).  The reason the movie lasts so long is because Mark Wahlberg is the one trying to figure out this mystery.

May 2, 2010: We attempt to garner the female population by letting a woman contribute to this page.  Molly reviews the "chick flick" Remember Me starring the guy from the stupid vampire movies that were based on the even lamer books.

February 28, 2010: Still celebrating Christmas in February, we look back at the 2009 Movie Holiday Season.  Sherlock Holmes, The Princess and the Frog, Up in the Air, and Avatar are showcased.

February 7, 2010: Felipe gives one of the best comedy TV programs right now, the FX show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia some brotherly love.

February 7, 2010: You get what you pay for when you saw the film Ninja Assassin at the movie theatre.  A mediocre film with bad computer graphics, horrible storyline, and disappointing action sequences.  Unless you like that sort of thing, then read on!