1. The Monuments Men may have been “ole America” with loads of cheese and stereotypes thrown in, but it was still worth a watch. Not to mention how good it is to see Jean Dujardin back in a major motion picture. 


  2. Films You Might Not Have Seen But Probably Should: Part I

    1. La Haine


    Year: 1995
    Director: Mathieu Kassovitz
    Lead Actor/s: Vincent Cassell; Hubert Kounde; Said Taghmaoui
    Plot: After local youth Abdel is beaten unconscious by police, a riot ensues on his estate during which a policeman loses his gun. The gun is found by Vinz who threatens he will kill a cop if Abdel dies.
    Why it’s great: The attention to detail and obvious preparation that it took to accurately portray an under-represented proportion of French (and worldwide) culture acts as a stylistic moment in time that shall never be replicated again.

  3. Down To You - 2000 - Kris Isacsson

  4. Se7en - 1995 - David Fincher

  5. This Is The End - 2013 - Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg

  6. Philip Seymour Hoffman: July 23rd 1967 - Feb 2nd 2014

  7. The Usual Suspects - 1995 - Bryan Singer

  8. Spaceballs - 1987 - Mel Brooks

  9. Rambo - 2008 - Sylvester Stallone

  10. Identity - 2002 - James Mangold

  11. Like Crazy - 2011 - Drake Doremus

  12. Happy Accidents - 2000 - Brad Anderson

  13. Some Kind Of Wonderful - 1987 - Howard Deutch