Confessions of a Shopaholic is a delightful film that is fun and enjoyable with enough lightheartedness to keep you upbeat throughout while adding a dose of drama to keep you engaged. It serves its purpose as pure entertainment while serving a small dose of romance and the theme of finding one’s self. Not to mention it is a hyperbolic explosion of color on screen.
Echelon Conspiracy is just another go at the man vs. his own creation storyline; the poor man’s Skynet comes to mind. It lacks any sort of new excitement, unless you consider mysterious text messages exciting and fresh. You are purely given a tired story that would fare better on the small screen, as a movie of the week, then in a theater.
With great relief, Crossing Over moves away from the standard immigration story (Mexico and the U.S.) and portrays a variety of people from different Nations attempting to become nationalized in the United States.
‘Four Christmases’ Synopsis: When the fog rolls in on Christmas and grounds all the flights, Brad and Kate are unable to spend the holiday vacationing as usual. Instead, they must visit their family’s, and deal with the inevitable that follows. Release Date: November 26, 2008 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Genre(s): Comedy, Romantic Comedy Film Review Production […]
The world of dating is examined and torn apart in this film and not for the better of the viewer or the characters. The entire movie is spent showing what the women in the film are doing wrong, or how they are wronging others, and everyone comes across as a needy, desperate, and pathetic being. This is not a feel-good movie for the single girl or guy as it does not promote understanding one’s self but instead how to play a game with one another and hope you are the “exception, not the rule”.