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Best geek movies throughout history.

  • MovieBabble
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Man, I Miss Sports: 'Cinderella Man'

    Man, I Miss Sports: 'Cinderella Man'

    Sports has been one of the many casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic. While no one would count the loss of sports among the biggest casualties, or the return of sports a top priority, its absence is definitely making the heart grow fonder. Never in my life has there been a period without sports. It’s always been the great escape for whatever is ailing the world, for myself and so many others. Which makes it odder is to not have it when a distraction is needed now more than ever. So, while there are much bigger things in the world than sports, I still have to admit…man, I miss sports. So here at MovieBabble, we are coping with this by revisiting some classic sports movies!
  • Sean Patrick
    Published a day ago
    Movie Review: Bruce Lee is Well Remembered in Remarkable 'Be Water'

    Movie Review: Bruce Lee is Well Remembered in Remarkable 'Be Water'

    Imagine being incredible. Think of what it might be like to believe and be able to prove in many ways that you are exceptional. For some of us that will all we'll ever have is an imagining of our own greatness. For Bruce Lee, greatness was evident, it was provable and undeniable. And yet, despite his greatness being obvious to anyone who witnessed him, he was still denied what he should have been assured, worldwide stardom on a scale similar to or exceeding any Hollywood star in history.
  • Peter P
    Published 2 days ago
    Excellent Spanish revenge movie.

    Excellent Spanish revenge movie.

    One harsh word or lack of respect for my father, and I come here and raise hell.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published 2 days ago
    Lifetime Review: 'The Captive Nanny'

    Lifetime Review: 'The Captive Nanny'

    While professional nanny Chloe Reed (Karynn Moore) can't wait to start her own family, she finds her efforts to adopt not going as well as she hoped. In addition to her interview with an adoption agency ending on a sour note, she's shocked when her boyfriend Rob (Willie Mellina) suddenly expresses apprehension at the idea of starting a family, leading her to break up with Rob and move out. Wanting to move on while she continues to work towards adopting a child, Chloe looks for her next nanny job.
  • MovieBabble
    Published 4 days ago
    ‘The Vast of Night’ Slowly Burns to a Big Finish

    ‘The Vast of Night’ Slowly Burns to a Big Finish

    In small-town New Mexico in the 1950s, teen switchboard operator Fay and radio DJ Everett discover a strange audio frequency and they decide to investigate, which leads to them finding some terrifying history of their town as well as some potentially life-changing discoveries. The Vast of Night takes on an urban legend feel throughout. It hardly put me on the edge of my seat, but that chilling feel was gripping enough to stay until the end.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 4 days ago
    Movie Review: Four Women Shine in 'Shirley'

    Movie Review: Four Women Shine in 'Shirley'

    Have you ever met someone whose mood is capable of controlling the temperature in the room they are in? The Shirley Jackson portrayed by Elisabeth Moss in the new movie, Shirley, is one of those people. Whatever room Shirley is in appears colder when she’s there. Her very being bespeaks a menacing intelligence so present it could bite. Shirley is portrayed here as being so quick witted that she could kill with words.
  • Dani Buckley
    Published 4 days ago
    Why 'The Lighthouse' is a Cinematic Masterpiece

    Why 'The Lighthouse' is a Cinematic Masterpiece

    One of the greatest travesties in recent film history has to be the fact that, despite career-best performances from both actors, neither Pattinson nor Dafoe were nominated for an acting Oscar for Robert Eggers' second feature film 'The Lighthouse'. Watching it for the first time earlier this year, the film quickly raced to the top half of my all-time favourite films list, and I have spent a good deal of time turning it over in my mind. It is certainly a thought-provoking picture, and one that will stick with you, perhaps because it is unlike anything else put to celluloid. I was therefore outraged when it barely featured in the 2020 Academy Awards' list of nominations, only picking up a measly nod for Sound Mixing.
  • Ben W
    Published 5 days ago
    Anatomy of a Scene - 'The Dream'
  • Samantha Parrish
    Published 5 days ago
    Are Revenge Movies Getting Better?

    Are Revenge Movies Getting Better?

    Revenge plots are a motive that can dive into any kind of genre, it's automatically of interest to see the prime drive for a character to resort to violence.
  • Jess the Fae
    Published 6 days ago
    Howl's Moving Castle.

    Howl's Moving Castle.

    Howl's Moving Castle is by far my favorite film. It's full of beautiful artwork, an amazing story and the characters all have their own unique charm to them. There's action, adventure, magic and romance. So many things grab your attention and keep you wanting more. With all these different aspects coming together, it makes the film enjoyable, in some way, for almost anyone out there.
  • MovieBabble
    Published 7 days ago
    Man, I Miss Sports: ‘Miracle’

    Man, I Miss Sports: ‘Miracle’

    Sports has been one of the many casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic. While no one would count the loss of sports among the biggest casualties, or the return of sports a top priority, its absence is definitely making the heart grow fonder. Never in my life has there been a period without sports. It’s always been the great escape for whatever is ailing the world, for myself and so many others. Which makes it odder is to not have it when a distraction is needed now more than ever. So, while there are much bigger things in the world than sports, I still have to admit…man, I miss sports. So here at MovieBabble, we are coping with this by revisiting some classic sports movies!
  • Ederlyn Peralta
    Published 8 days ago
    Longing and Waiting: Hotarubi no Mori e Review

    Longing and Waiting: Hotarubi no Mori e Review

    I am going to review a 2011 anime movie entitled Hotarubi no Mori e (Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light). The 44 minute film is an adaptation of a shoujo one-shot series of the same name created by Yuki Midorikawa.