Trevor Schoenfeld

Trevor Schoenfeld

Husband, father, teacher, blogger, podcaster and all around movie fanatic.

Favorite films

  • Alien
  • The Thing
  • The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
  • The Empire Strikes Back

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  • Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol

    ★★★★

  • The Divide

    ★★

  • Contraband

    ★★

  • Moonrise Kingdom

    ★★★★★

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  • Footloose

    Footloose

    If you'd never seen the original FOOTLOOSE, the 2011 version is a totally serviceable teen dance flick with plenty of copycat charm.

  • Project X

    Project X

    "Project X" is like a lifetime of good and bad party memories thrown into one gigantic pile. It is a teenager to twenty-something's wet dream of irresponsible partying. It is a dart board of ideas but the trouble is, as crazy as the party gets out of control, it never seems that outrageous or totally over the top. Sure, some insane stuff happens, like a little person jumping out of an oven or a guy with a flame-thrower burning down…

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  • The Grey

    The Grey

    ★★★★★

    "The Grey" is not the movie I expected, it is better. Going in I thought the audience was simply getting Liam Neeson fighting wolves. A survival action with Neeson taking down some Alaskan wolf pack one by bloody one. I pictured director Joe Carnahan behind the camera revving up the action and going for the throat with edge of your seat thrills for ninety plus minutes. By every stretch of the imagination, I was absolutely content paying to see exactly…

  • The Invader

    The Invader

    "The Invader" is an uneasy movie on a number of levels. One, it tells the depressing struggle of an illegal immigrant living in Belgium who is essentially under a form of enslavement. Two, it parallels the desperate plight of a man struggling to find acceptance within society. Three, it houses a eerie depiction of a man as he becomes more and more infatuated with an affluent woman. These three arcs blend together in an downward spiral of the main character…