Monthly Archive: February, 2013

The Eagleman Stag

Back when I was doing my Winter Shorts series, I found Short of the Week to be an invaluable resource. They’ve recently named their selection for Short of the Year, so I decided… Continue reading

Metropia

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

The Change-Up

Over the years Hollywood has produced a lot of body-swapping comedies, (18 Again!, Like Father Like Son, Freaky Friday (twice), Vice Versa) and today’s movie is certainly one of them. The (moderately) unusual… Continue reading

Searching for Sugar Man

Well, the Oscars were last night, and if you’ve been following this blog for a while you’ll notice that I wasn’t successful in my goal of watching all nine Best Picture nominees before… Continue reading

Loving Sophia

Sunday Single Sentence review: An often disturbing, sometimes hard to watch, documentary about a young woman who’s teenage angst devolved into drug addiction and prostitution, Loving Sophia is also a tale of loving… Continue reading

Empire Records

Today’s Saturday Replay came out when I was in High School, though I’m pretty sure I never saw it until I was in college. It’s essentially what you’d get if you mashed up… Continue reading

Lincoln

Today’s movie is Lincoln, Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed film about the sixteenth US President. The film was clearly conceived as and remains, in part, a biopic. However, it’s really a movie about the passage… Continue reading

Akira

So this is actually pretty fantastic. Today’s movie is one that I’ve been waiting to see for a long time; the landmark film that is largely credited for putting Japanese anime on the… Continue reading

Schoolgirl Hitchhikers

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

Man on a Mission

Somewhere between the world’s ultimate travel documentary, and the home movies of the world’s biggest geek you will find today’s movie, Man on a Mission: Richard Garriott’s Road to the Stars. The film… Continue reading

Argo

When the Academy Award nominees were announced last month, I made it a goal to try to see and review all nine films nominated for Best Picture before the Oscars were handed out.… Continue reading

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Sunday Single Sentence review: A sometimes dark, sometimes funny, but consistently meaningful coming of age story, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, (written for the screen and directed by Stephen Chbosky based on… Continue reading