Most recent review is Serenity
Don't you find it annoying when you read a review of a movie you want to see, only to have the entire plot spelled out before you? I hate that. Ever disagree with Roger Ebert (or, perhaps I should rephrase: have you ever agreed with Roger Ebert)?
I wanted to offer my own views of movies, in a light-hearted and fun-to-read fashion. I'll only review movies I see in theaters (they way they were meant to be seen), and I rate the entire movie-going experience. A bad theater has been known to hurt scores (albeit slightly), and some really good popcorn may even help a score.
But most importantly, I very rarely give away much, if any, of the plot. My reviews are safe to read before seeing the movie yourself. Spoiler-free, as the kids call it.
Unlike movie reviewers who try to be original by coming up with all sorts of strange rating methods ("so I give this movie two very ripe turnips"), I use the standard tried-and-true four star method:
- Pretty good
- Pretty crappy
- Blows. Avoid it.