300 is a cool movie. It's obvious it was made in front of a green screen. It's even more obvious that these guys aren't this ripped up. It's based off of a graphic novel aka a comic book with vulgar language. You must take that into consideration. It's a testosterone enraged battle of the little army vs. the big army.

Wolf Creek (2005)

My counterpart, Matt, keeps telling me we should get more Horror flicks up here. Well, like I've said I'm not a fan of the horror genre. I will stick with the family movies. Here's my take on Horror films... If it's a bad horror film, I never want to see it again. If it's a "good" scary movie, I never want to see it again.  

Classic Reviewed: Pulp Fiction

It’s hard to believe that Pulp Fiction came out 17 years ago. The first time I watched this movie I watched it again as soon as it ended. It’s my all-time favorite movie coming in at a close tie with Stand by Me.

It’s a two and a half hour masterpiece of a film.

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009)

I was originally talked out of giving this movie a chance when it came out. Recently, I was talked back into watching it and found it on Netflix. I think of this movie in the same way that I think of Step Brothers. It's a classic raunchy comedy that you don't need to put your thinking cap on for. Otherwise, you will not get it.

Visioneers (2008)

I love comedy and I especially appreciate black or dark humor. I also enjoy fart jokes, the Jonas Brothers' catalog of music and things that are funny. Visioneers is mainly a depressing movie. I really tried to give it a shot and I totally get the whole concept. Working in an office for more than a decade can give you a real appreciation for a movie of this nature. It's a dark twist on life as people all over the world are combusting as the pressures of the world around them increase on a daily basis.