Sunday, January 15, 2012


Hello, my name is . . . well let's not go that far into details just now. If you've some how made it to this site it means that like me, you love movies. They are among the greatest creations of the last century. So I will be writing reviews here for new movies that come out and possibly coming out with some video reviews, and then sometimes just talking about movies that are awesome. I love movies, I hope I've made that clear by this point.
Well, what is there about movies that I love so much? That any of us love so much? Well their fun, their intelligent (some anyway), and they have the potential to go places that no other art form has. Movies have only actually been around for a hundred years, give or take a year or two, and in that time they have leapt from grainy, faded silent movies of people doing nothing more than walk out of a factory to movies like Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life which encompass the process of creation itself. The movies contain with themselves every art form, they lend the scope and definition of the Novel, with the visual aspects and (sometimes) spicy dialogue of the theatre (I'm also a theatre nerd if you must know.)
However there are of course bad movies. and it is the solemn duty of critics and reviewers to help us avoid those, or direct us to them. After all, seeing a bad movie can sometimes be just as fun, we get a chance to look at it and say, "wow, I really could make a better movie than that". So without further ado let us begin:

Hi, my name is Noah, and it has been less than twenty-four hours since my last movie