Category: Cult Classic

You’ve Got Mail

A classic 90’s romance. But really more then that. I recently read Buzzfeed post that had some completely unfounded and biased opinions about it that I finally had to rewatch the movie and, I’m happy to say, the post was completely and utterly wrong. This movie has more depth and insight into the human soul

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Robin Hood: Men in Tights

This film is another satirical/spoof comedy by Mel Brooks with one of my favorite actors: Cary Elwes (Princess Bride, Liar Liar). I’m usually not big on just comedy movies, but with Mel Brooks’ films it’s different. For one, I grew up with them. They are like old friends. But also there is the fact that

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Spaceballs

You can’t get much better than the satirical genius of Mel Brooks. Despite the obvious comedy and goofiness the film holds a level of cinema that’s seen only in a classic film. For those who aren’t familiar with Brooks he’s a forefront leader in comedic satires; the reason is that he doesn’t abandon the things

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Army of Darkness

  Nostalgia is what I feel when I see movies like this. I watched cult classics like this all the time when I was younger with my family and even today I still appreciate the oddness of this film. This movie isn’t necessarily a spoof in the strictness of the word, but it certainly isn’t

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Mad Max: Fury Road

  So, this movie is a personal favorite. I know, weird, right? Considering my thus far track record of movies and shows that I have reviewed. But I love this movie, the action, the imagery, the graphics, the characters: I mean it is a fully loaded movie that just does not stop! Now, if you

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The Mummy

  Alright, so this was one of my favorite movies to watch with my family when I was a girl and I’m happy to say I still think it’s awesome! This movie has just about everything that one could hope for in a movie: action, mystery, thrill, romance and a great enemy. I think my

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Jane Eyre (2011)

  This movie is startlingly beautiful. I’ve seen many films based on classic books, but many fall short to translate the words and emotions into film. This movie isn’t one of them. Based on Charlotte Bronte’s work of the same title this movie is captivating. For those who haven’t read the book, it’s based on

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