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Best geek movies throughout history.

  • Annie Kapur
    Published 6 days ago
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

    In this article, we will be looking at 2019’s book “1001 Movies to See Before You Die” and going through each film in a random order that I have chosen. We will be looking at what constitutes this film to be on the list and whether I think this film deserves to be here at all. I want to make perfectly clear that I won’t be revealing details from this book such as analyses by film reporters who have written about the film in question, so if you want the book itself you’ll have to buy it. But I will be covering the book’s suggestions on which films should be your top priority. I wouldn’t doubt for a second that everyone reading this article has probably watched many of these movies anyway. But we are just here to have a bit of fun. We’re going to not just look at whether it should be on this list but we’re also going to look at why the film has such a legacy at all. Remember, this is the 2019 version of the book and so, films like “Joker” will not be featured in this book and any film that came out in 2020 (and if we get there, in 2021). So strap in and if you have your own suggestions then don’t hesitate to email me using the address in my bio. Let’s get on with it then.
  • Justice Riley
    Published 7 days ago
    Why Kill Bill Vol. 1 is the perfect film.

    Why Kill Bill Vol. 1 is the perfect film.

    "Art is subjective, but is it?" Two of the many things I pride myself on being passionate about is: my love for stories and my opinions. To review a film I find to be bad seemed a little too easy. I believe It’s easy to notice when things are done wrong or when they disappoint your expectations. That considered, to appreciate something and to be able to put it into words to convince you of why ‘Kill Bill vol 1.’ is a perfect film, seemed like the perfect challenge.
  • Melodie Mulder
    Published 7 days ago
    The Strange Misandry of 40 Days and 40 Nights

    The Strange Misandry of 40 Days and 40 Nights

    I noticed the other day that 40 Days and 40 Nights was on Netflix Canada. Right now, familiar things are comfort food to me. Yeah, I like new but sometimes you just want to throw on something stupid and fluffy that doesn't make you think. Boy was I surprised.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published 7 days ago
    Film Review: 'Merry Liddle Christmas'

    Film Review: 'Merry Liddle Christmas'

    Being a Type-A perfectionist, Jacquie Liddle (Kelly Rowland) has always been used to being in control and excelling at everything she's done. It's paid off nicely for her, now that she's running a digital media company in Silicon Valley and living in an immaculate smart house. So when she learns that a furniture company wants her to head their tech division and wants to compile a promotional video of her and her family at Christmastime, Jacquie takes them up on their offer. Figuring it can't be too hard to host Christmas, Jacquie arranges for the annual Christmas gathering take place at her house this year.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 7 days ago
    Manhattan (1979)

    Manhattan (1979)

    In this article, we will be looking at 2019’s book “1001 Movies to See Before You Die” and going through each film in a random order that I have chosen. We will be looking at what constitutes this film to be on the list and whether I think this film deserves to be here at all. I want to make perfectly clear that I won’t be revealing details from this book such as analyses by film reporters who have written about the film in question, so if you want the book itself you’ll have to buy it. But I will be covering the book’s suggestions on which films should be your top priority. I wouldn’t doubt for a second that everyone reading this article has probably watched many of these movies anyway. But we are just here to have a bit of fun. We’re going to not just look at whether it should be on this list but we’re also going to look at why the film has such a legacy at all. Remember, this is the 2019 version of the book and so, films like “Joker” will not be featured in this book and any film that came out in 2020 (and if we get there, in 2021). So strap in and if you have your own suggestions then don’t hesitate to email me using the address in my bio. Let’s get on with it then.
  • Juliette Salom
    Published 8 days ago
    Babyteeth Film Review

    Babyteeth Film Review

    When we’re young, our first loves tend to feel like our only. In Mila’s case, though, as a sixteen-year-old terminally ill girl, the reality of a first and only love is ferociously omnipresent.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 8 days ago
    Classic Movie Review: 'Continental Divide' starring John Belushi

    Classic Movie Review: 'Continental Divide' starring John Belushi

    This will not be a widely held opinion, but it’s mine: Continental Divide is my favorite John Belushi movie. Don’t misunderstand, I enjoy Bluto Blutarsky and the comic shenanigans of Animal House but that’s not the best of Belushi. The Blue Brothers? You’re going to hate me, but The Blues Brothers is a desperately overrated vanity piece. No, for me, Continental Divide, the mostly forgotten 1981 romantic comedy from director Michael Apted gave John Belushi the best vehicle for his talents.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 8 days ago
    Movie Review: 'Pieces of a Woman' One of Netflix Best Originals

    Movie Review: 'Pieces of a Woman' One of Netflix Best Originals

    Pieces of a Woman may be the best Netflix movie of 2020. That’s a shockingly short list however as Netflix has been rather slipshod when it comes to their original pieces in 2020. Movies such as Hillbilly Elegy, The Trial of the Chicago 7 and The Devil All the Time have been hit and miss fare with Hillbilly Elegy as a significant miss. Movies such as the remake of The Boys in the Band and the fresh comedy The 40 Year old Version have been highlights but until now, the company had yet to produce anything nearly as transcendent as 2019’s incredible Marriage Story.
  • Let's Discuss
    Published 8 days ago
    The Social Dilemma Had Me Questioning Everything

    The Social Dilemma Had Me Questioning Everything

    In case you don’t know, The Social Dilemma is a new Netflix Documentary Film released in September 2020. The movie tries to explain to you the rise of social media among all the age groups of the society and How Many Tech Giants are using the data of the customers to manipulate them, which leads to mental health effects and gives rise to more and more conspiracy theories every day.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 8 days ago
    Movie Review: 'Soul' Another Triumph for Disney/Pixar

    Movie Review: 'Soul' Another Triumph for Disney/Pixar

    Disney and Pixar have done it again. The brilliant team at Pixar have created yet another masterwork. Soul is the kind of thoughtful, deeply felt and warm work of art that Pixar has become known for. The formula is perhaps, overly familiar, sticking to mainly two quibbling characters in a relatively predictable series of events, but nevertheless, Soul has the best qualities of a Pixar movie well in place.
  • karen jodes capanan
    Published 8 days ago
    Only Surviving Shark of Jaws Installed At Academy Museum

    Only Surviving Shark of Jaws Installed At Academy Museum

    The model of the only surviving shark in the movie Jaws has now been installed at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
  • L Sophystra
    Published 8 days ago
    Bad Bitches Snore

    Bad Bitches Snore

    My fiance and I love to spend time together watching movies and our “stories”, as we like to call them. We usually make our choices by choosing films and then playing rock, paper, scissors to determine the winner. This time around was a great set list that I thought I'd share.