Monthly Archive: January, 2013

Winter Shorts Series: Final Flurries

Well, the time has come for me to bring the One Movie | Each Day Winter Shorts series to an end. It’s been an interesting experience diving so heavily into the world of… Continue reading

Recursivo

They say that variety is the spice of life. In a continuing attempt to embrace that variety here with One Movie | Each Day, I’ve decided to dedicate each Wednesday review to the… Continue reading

Caterpillar

We’re getting towards the end of January, and that means that I’m getting towards the end of my Winter Shorts series, but there are still plenty worthwhile short films to see, so I’m… Continue reading

The Guilt

Today’s movie is famous for winning a ridiculous half-million dollar YouTube short film prize at the Venice Film Festival. While I’m not sure that it’s as good as all that, La Culpa, translated… Continue reading

Submarine

Sunday Single Sentence review: A quirky, self-aware, Welsh coming of age story from writer/director Richard Ayoade, (who, (as was the case with Paddy Considine (who also stars in this movie, by the way,)… Continue reading

Toy Story 3

I’m actually having a little bit of trouble with today’s Saturday Replay. I first saw Toy Story 3 early in its theatrical run. My impression at the time was that it wasn’t just… Continue reading

Intermission: More Short Shorts

If you’re a regular reader, you’re no doubt aware that I’ve been reviewing a fair number of shorts lately. However, I find that it’s probably not worth your time or mine to devote… Continue reading

D-I-M, Deus in Machina

Today’s short film is noted for its extensive use of cgi animation in a ultra-low-budget film, but its humor and creative story of casual courage in the face of the leviathan that makes… Continue reading

Sucker Punch

They say that variety is the spice of life. In a continuing attempt to embrace that variety here with One Movie | Each Day, I’ve decided to dedicate each Wednesday review to the… Continue reading

Mystery Team

Today’s movie takes something of a one-joke premise, throws it in a blender with enough raunch and scatological humor to make the American Pie series look like wholesome family entertainment, and supporting cast… Continue reading

Life of Pi

It’s Titanic meets Slumdog Millionaire except it isn’t at all. I generally consider 3D movies to be a gimmick, and rarely bother with the added hassle and expense. However, from the moment I… Continue reading

Rest

Sunday Single Sentence review: Devoid of any dialog but containing an effective story none the less, Rest, an art house short that just happens to feature a zombie as its protagonist, is a… Continue reading