Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

There aren’t a lot of films that effect me on deep emotional levels, the first Star Wars films did that for me when I saw them in the theaters and the countless times after. Episode VII had the opposite effect on me and I feared where things were going. Luckily Rogue One has restored my faith, and with my fear resolved I’m looking forward to what Episode VIII will offer. By the way, I will not offer any spoilers here, there’s no way in hell I’m going to ruin this for you. You will have to see it for yourself

Keanu

Keanu is an action/comedy brought to you by the minds that created Key and Peele on Comedy Central. Jordan Peele plays Rell Williams whose life changes when, facing a breakup, he falls back in love with a kitten named Keanu that happens upon his doorstep. It turns out that he’s not the only one in love with the cat though; hence the problems that ensue when some gangsters break in to his home and make off with the popular feline… Yes, it’s ridiculous, but that’s the point. After all, Key and Peele’s popular comedy sketch show was a celebration of

Hitchcock/Truffaut

I am trying my damnedest to avoid politics right now so I decided to watch something inspirational for myself as a filmmaker. And what a better way to do that then to go back to the classics and the masters who created them. In this case I decided to watch Hitchcock/Truffaut. This documentary focuses on an interview Francois Truffaut conducted with Alfred Hitchcock covering each film in Hitchcock’s career for a book. The interview took place over a week in 1963. There’s also a photo series included with the book and it’s fantastic. Truffaut was from a different generation and had