Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

A cup of teenage awkwardness. A sprinkle of mediocre filmmaking. And a whole lot of insanely funny events. These ingredients make up the masterpiece that is Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews. The novel is narrated by Greg Gaines, a teenager who keeps a low profile at school and makes movies […]

Discovering the Beauties of France with Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Combine the elegance of France with the magical directing skills of Jean-Pierre Jeunet and you get the birth of a beautiful french film called Amelie. From the mesmerizing script to the heavenly sound of French accents, Jeunet’s Amelie, starring the divine Audrey Tautou, is the enchanting romantic tale of a young irregular French woman, Amelie, […]

Lost Again, Nemo?

Comedienne and TV personality, Ellen Degeneres, has said numerous times on her talk show how she would love to be involved in a sequel for the 2003 Disney hit, Finding Nemo. Well, it looks like her wish to return to her clueless but lovable character, Dory, has finally come true. Almost 10 years later, it […]

4D Movies: No Longer Just Theme Park Rides

If you’ve ever been on “Transformers: The Ride” in Universal Studios or something like it at a museum, you’ve felt the seat-rumbling, mist-spraying simulation that is 4D movies. Combined with the already established 3D effects, it is meant to fool a person’s five senses. What is surprising to realize is that specialty movie chains in […]

Our Schools are UNDROPPABLE

“Of all the issues I could make a film about, as an activist for the world, I feel like education is the issue that needs to be fixed.” Jason Pollock is tackling his select problem with a documentary in-the-making, “Undroppable.”  Launched on Tumblr, Pollock’s campaign is all about the unsung schools where it is worth celebrating […]