Author: filmsnobreviews

May 9, 2014 /

Every thursday we’re going to throwback an article from our Facebook page, which is where we used to put up everything. This week it’s our first ever review originally written December 29th, 2010.

Title: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Edgar Wright
Starring: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Runtime: 1 hour 53 minutes

May 7, 2014 /
Are you ever in the middle of watching a movie and then out of nowhere a beautiful, wonderful spontaneous dance scene happens. Yeah, it’s a great feeling a cool song starts playing and suddenly the characters on screen begin dancing. Only thing is you didn’t see THAT coming.
We’ve decided to take the crème de la crème of these according to our criteria. What is that criteria you ask? Well as the title suggets we’re exclude films such as musicals and dance films because you know the moves are totally coming (Sorry You Got Served). We’ve also excluded post credit scenes meaning the greatest that ended both This is the End and The 40 Year Old Virgin are sadly disqualified.
So without further ado as Kevin Bacon once famously said “Let’s Dance!”
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April 15, 2014 /
Comic books. They have for the better part of the century been the fodder for films.  But what are the best of these? With the release of The Amazing Spiderman 2 on May 2nd, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier making trucks full of money we’ve decided to countdown our top ten comic book films! But what oh what were our rules. Well first the movie had to be based on a comic book, graphic novel, or manga. Now this does include things like A History of  Violence, and V For Vendetta. We didn’t just cater to the superheroes on this one! Secondly we’re disqualifying 2014 releases. So even though Cap 2 is a fantastic film worth  your money it won’t be on here. And lastly each list we received had ten films on it, each film was given a point total corresponding with there position (movie ten got one point, movie one got ten points etc.). So without further ado it’s clobberin’ time!