Author Archives: lilmissmovie
Let’s Review: DREDD 3D
Where to start? Judge Dredd is badass, just like other Karl Urban characters LOTR’s Eomer and Riddick’s Vaako. I wasn’t familiar with his name, and after looking him up on IMDB, I realized that I have seen him in so many … Continue reading
Let’s Review: END OF WATCH
The story was pretty good. From the trailer, I had thought that the whole movie was Jake Gyllenhaal (Brian Taylor) and Michael Peña (Mike Zavala) trapped in a house and how they have to get out. But it’s not! There’s … Continue reading
Let’s Review: WON’T BACK DOWN
Technically its genre is “drama” but it’s really not too dramatic. It’s very real, from Maggie Gyllenhaal’s quirky and slightly manic character, to Viola Davis’ seriousness. After The Help, I was convinced of Davis’ power, and here I believe it … Continue reading
Let’s Review: THE POSSESSION
I’ll be honest and say I’m not a horror aficionado, especially those of a religious nature, but I braved up and screened this one, just for you. I will say I was not horrified, scream, wet my pants or run … Continue reading
Let’s Review: PREMIUM RUSH
Are you expecting just one big chase scene in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt is forced to “ride like hell” on his bicycle around New York, shouting aloud “what is in this package?!” Because that’s what you’ll get.I was exhausted after watching this … Continue reading
Let’s Review: SPARKLE
It’s Dreamgirls with a hint of the Tina Turner story plus dead Whitney Houston. The costumes are fabulous, the songs are OK, the acting is subpar and the directing was just ridiculous. Am I glad I didn’t pay to see … Continue reading
HIGH SCHOOL screening pass!
BATTLESHIP in Miami Beach!
Print and bring to the screening. Make sure you’re there AT LEAST an hour before- because there are no guaranteed seats. ENJOY!
Let’s Review: DARK SHADOWS
Director Tim Burton is back with a dark and edgy comedy starring his favorite actors Johnny Depp (with an accent) and Helena Bonham Carter (with no accent), along with Michelle Pfeiffer (dang, does she still look good), Eva Green as … Continue reading
Let’s Review: THE LUCKY ONE
Ahh, another Nicholas Sparks original. If you like his other stuff (The Notebook, Dear John, A Walk to Remember), you will undoubtedly enjoy this one, too. The story is boy finds picture, boy meets the girl in the picture, they … Continue reading