Monthly Archives: May 2011

Watch With Me! Day 04: (500) Days of Summer

My dad’s roommate played World of Warcraft all day yesterday and used up most of the internet bandwidth, so I couldn’t get online. I felt like I was in 1997. Don’t make me go back… Last year I stumbled upon (500) Days of Summer. I honestly expected another run-of-the-mill romantic comedy, but I was pleasantly […]

Watch With Me! Day 03: Burn After Reading

Yesterday I ordered a pizza over the internet. It’s not super important, but I just wanted you to know that. Technology, man. Wowsers! Burn After Reading is hard to describe. Even the actors think so, if you watch the DVD extras. It’s a spy thriller dark comedy about middle-aged people having sex in Washington DC. […]

Watch With Me! Day 02: All The Days Before Tomorrow

Indie movies. People either hate them or love them. No creative restrictions, low-budget filmmaking, D- and C-list actors, experimental techniques, and the (pretentious?) spirit of “Fuck you, Hollywood!” are traits that separate indie films to commercial blockbusters. Who doesn’t love the outlaws of an industry? These are the guys that go against the grain. They […]

Watch With Me! Day 01: Transformers

As my dad drove down the Garden State Parkway, I realized this is how I’m beginning the summer, my first summer since starting college. The sun barely peeked through the clouds as acid rain bathed the Honda Civic, a stark contrast from how I normally picture summer vacations: a beautiful blue sky with a golden […]

A Wrestling Revolution

While I’m knee-deep in studying for finals with Star Wars on loop (May the 4th be with you!), there’s a whole ‘nother kind of rebel alliance stirring in the galaxy. Warning: Spoilers!

The Summer Project: 109 Movies in 109 Days

Early last semester when I began this blog, I’ll be honest: I had no clue what I was doing. I jumped head first without any protection and out came this abortion. But like all things, I learned. I studied closely the do’s and don’ts of each form of media. Don’t be a one-man G4 network. […]