Tag: the little

Amy: You Don’t Have the Time

When she was alive, Amy Winehouse was a polarizing figure. The new documentary “Amy”, explores her controversial life. From her humble beginnings to her cataclysmic spiral into drug abuse and alcoholism. Don’t bother seeing this one in theaters. Save yourself the eight dollars and wait for it to hit Netflix. I thought the film did a good job of illustrating… Read more →

Ex Machina: No ‘Deus’

In most modern stories about Artificial Intelligence (AI) they have some form of “the three laws of robotics”. These three rules govern a robots behavior. The rules, as described by Isaac Asimov in his book, “I Robot“, are as follows: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. A… Read more →

It Follows or A Detroit Love Story

“It Follows”, directed by David Robert Mitchell, is an affable tale about young love. Before I get started with my review I’d recommend you check it out while it’s in theaters. The film is a coming of age tale about two young lovers living in Detroit. I found the film to be riveting and enjoyable. The special effects that they used… Read more →

Don’t Let The Babadook In!

Last night I had the immense pleasure of going to see, “The Babadook“. It was without a doubt the scariest movie I have seen in theaters. I avoid seeing scary movies in the theater, they tend to be cliché and predictable. Directors seem to care more about shocking you, than creating a good story arch. Jennifer Kent, the director, did… Read more →

Whiplash: Good Job

I saw Whiplash at The Little last night. I enjoyed the film and I related to the characters on quite a personal level. I’m going to attempt to roll this post into another post that I have had on the backburner because I think they fit well together. As is customary I will say that, you should check it out in theaters.… Read more →