The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Six

“Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House” (2017) A film by Peter Landesman and the most production companies I’ve seen in the beginning of a film, but I want to be fair, so here we go: Sony Pictures Classics, Mandalay/Endurance Media Ventures and Torridon Films in association with Riverstone Pictures, a MadRiverContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Six”

The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Five and a Half, The Hellish Report

Mashup of… Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult (2020)Episode Directed by Cecilia Peck, a Starz Originals Presents Production The Pickup Game (2020)Directed by Barnaby O’Connor and Matthew O’Connor. Produced by NY Film/Two Man Crew LTD I mashed up these two shows like apples, as I’ve felt they were divinely-inspired, ripely-picked bites of horrific reality, just inContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Five and a Half, The Hellish Report”

The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Four

Meet the Trumps From Immigrant to President (2007) Directed by Paul Berczeller and Mark Radice Review by Heather Arneson Like the documentary about the Trumps, I will try to make this review short and sweet. I’ve never really fully-understood what Trump said, nor accepted the glimmer of hail-storms from the neo-nazis regarding his presidency. ButContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer: Take Four”

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Take Three: The Crimes That Bind (2020) Review by Heather Arneson In the wake of rioting, looting and a pandemic-stricken world, there is the other not-so-obvious problem of what happens if you get pregnant (and guys I know you like to say “we’re pregnant,” too, for some reason). However, sadly in the midst of allContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer”

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Feel-Good Movies About Dogs: [image courtesy of Pinterest] A Dog’s Purpose [best dog-related movie ever, in my opinion. Starring Dennis Quaid] Togo [thrilling adventure, with Willem Dafoe] A Dog’s Journey [brings back a little water works and also a great sequel, with Kathryn Prescott and Dennis Quaid] The Karate Dog [funny and irreverent, with JonContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer”

The Pseudo Movie Reviewer – Take Two

Remember Me [2010] Review by Heather Arneson If you want an M. Night Shyamalan ending, only with an emotionally-charged story and a lot of heart, Remember Me delivers, but don’t read about it ahead of time. An annoying roommate named Aidan (played by Tate Ellington) who seems to be auditioning to come back as aContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer – Take Two”

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Take One: Review of Proof  [1991] Review By Heather Arneson If you are in the dark about quirky independent-minded dramas and want to feel less insecure about it, check out Proof, starring Hugo Weaving (of Matrix and Lord of the Rings fame). He plays a blind intellectual who will guide your way to freedom ofContinue reading “The Pseudo Movie Reviewer”

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