Top 10 of 2013

The 2014 Oscars and I had a lot to agree on, but also a few minor disagreements. The winners were all unquestionably worthy of their awards, and the acceptance speeches were some of the best I've seen in recent history (motivational speeches over name-blasting goes far y'all!). My only qualms with this year were a… Continue reading Top 10 of 2013

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The Importance of 12 Years a Slave

“Days ago I was with my family in my home. Now you tell me all is lost, tell no one who I am and that’s the way to survive. I don’t want to survive. I want to live.” 12 Years a Slave has only been in theaters a couple weeks, but critics who applaud or… Continue reading The Importance of 12 Years a Slave

Anticipating Toronto International Film Fest 2013

Considered by many as the kick-off to Oscar season premiering some of the biggest films of fall, the Toronto International Film Festival will feature 146 world premieres over it's 11-day run. Although TIFF always has an impressive lineup, I've narrowed it down to what I'm most eager to see this year. Dallas Buyers Club Plot:… Continue reading Anticipating Toronto International Film Fest 2013