If you love the tone of a Charlie Chaplin film, you’ll appreciate “Limelight.” Chaplin’s films are as sentimental as they come, always about finding hope, love and joy in the […]
Movie Review – “Steamboat Bill Jr.” (1928)
If you love classic cinema, this question is bound to come up – Who is funnier? Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton? This answer always varies from film buff to film buff. Chaplin […]
Paul’s Favorite Films – Number Three
Now entering the home stretch of this countdown, we have come to the three films that I consider perfect. When I use the term “perfect film,” I mean one that succeeds at […]
“The Interview” Incident – Terrorism or Business?
Over the last few days, Sony has had made several controversial decisions regarding the release of Seth Rogan and James Franco’s new action/comedy “The Interview.” If you want more information on what they […]
The Decline Of Comedies: Are They Funny?
I will be the first to admit that, over the past few years, certain genres of films have steadily been getting better than they ever have in the past. CGI has now […]
Is Cynicism Overrated?
If you watch television these days or pay attention to many of the most well received movies of this past year, odds are you will notice a reoccurring trend amongst them. […]