Tag Archive: debut film

The Arrested Development Documentary Project

Just when you thought it was safe… So, I watched a movie today, and my reaction to it was strong enough that I actually sat down and started writing some feedback on Amazon… Continue reading

The Elaborate End of Robert Ebb

Sunday Single Sentence review: A simple yet effective Franco-British short about a security guard who meets his end after getting stuck in an elaborate monster costume that he donned to scare a colleague,… Continue reading

Love

They say that variety is the spice of life…. Oh, you know the drill…. I now present this, brief, thirtieth edition of Wednesday Weirdness. Aggressively boring, pretentious twaddle, but, by God, it is… Continue reading

Marwencol

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

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

Six Shooter

Today’s movie is Six Shooter an Irish film that won the Academy Award for Best Live Action short in 2006. It’s also the debut film from award-winning playwright Martin McDonagh, who has since… Continue reading

Harlem Nights

Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor headline an all-star cast in today’s movie, Harlem Nights. The film features some extremely funny moments and a clever caper, but these aren’t enough to overcome some real… Continue reading

Safety Not Guaranteed

Two words spring to my mind as I reflect on today’s movie: Wasted Potential. I’ll explain why shortly, but first some background. In the fall of 1997, content was running a little bit… Continue reading

Following

Today’s movie is Following the ultra-low-budget debut film from writer/director Christopher Nolan. Since the movies that Nolan makes now are tentpole blockbusters with quarter-billion dollar production budgets, it’s really interesting to go back… Continue reading

People Like Us

Today on One Movie Each Day, Chris Pine makes his return, and this time he’s decided to leave that ridiculous wig behind. Also, Olivia Wilde once again proves that she has some real… Continue reading

Let Go

Somehow my mission of watching one movie each day has led me on a real detour of sucktitude as of late. Today’s entry is Let Go the debut film from Writer/Director Brian Jett.… Continue reading