• Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

    Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close


    This is one of those movies I always try to avoid watching. I know its going to be sad and Ill cry and my eyes will get all puffy. I was able to do so for 3 years until my psychology professor showed it in class while we were discussing post traumatic stress.

    The acting is good, specially the kid Thomas Horn who is spectacular as Oskar, a kid trying to find the lock to the key he found in his dad's closet as a way to cope his death in the 9/11.

  • Blue Jasmine

    Blue Jasmine


    The first time I saw the trailer for this film I knew I HAD to watch it. After the HUGE disappointment of Midnight In Paris I was so happy he changed tactics and made a wonderful drama with no time travel involved.

    Cate Blanchet kills it! Sally Hawkins, who has proven to know how to pick amazing roles is flawless as Ginger.

  • Mary Poppins

    Mary Poppins


    After watching Saving Mr. Banks, I had to see it.

  • American Hustle

    American Hustle


    Must say, I thought I wasn't going to like this movie. The beginning is a bit slow but it gets better as the plot thickens. I think Jennifer Lawrence's baby face doesn't make her credible as a grown up, thought the same for Silver Linings Playbook, but I really love her character. She's the comic relief in this story about con artists with a conscience. The music is as amazing as Bradley Cooper's perm is disturbing.

    Won't surprise me if they get a bunch of Oscar nominations for acting and costume design. Oh, and Robert De Niro speaking in Arab is priceless.

  • Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony

    Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony


    Watching 20 year olds singing the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic theme song at the top of their lungs is disturbingly entertaining. A sub culture I had no idea existed. The weird part is, most of these guys are the same ones that go to the midnight showing of the latest Jackass movie.

  • Saving Mr. Banks

    Saving Mr. Banks


    A behind the scenes look at Mary Poppins.

    You'll watch the Mary Poppins movie as if it was your first time. A whole different outlook on the story and its hidden messages and meaning.

  • Mamitas



    A nice surprise. A coming of age story on how we hide behind a mask afraid of not showing who we really are.