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What to Watch: Aliens

By Tyler Lopez
March 24, 2017

“Game over man, game over!” Yes, if you have seen this wonderful film you know the line by heart. While entirely relevant to the film’s plot, both...

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What to Watch: Office Space

By Tyler Lopez
February 20, 2017

  orking a nine-to-five job sucks. Having a lousy boss sucks. Having a boring job sucks. Working just sucks in general. In a world of insane amounts...

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What to Watch: American Beauty

By Tyler Lopez
October 27, 2016

You’re 40. You’re married and have kids who hate you. You’re about 20 pounds heavier than when you graduated from college. You’re balding and...

The Shawshank Redemption is one of the greatest films of its time (Courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/ShawshankRedemptionFilm/).

What to Watch: The Shawshank Redemption

By Tyler Lopez
September 21, 2016

he new school year has just begun and that means back to prison, at least in my opinion. Amidst the new faces, new classes and the same insanely crowded...

Clerks provides viewers with a one of a kind story (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/ClerksMovie/photos).

What to Watch: ‘Clerks’ remains a one-of-a-kind independent film

By Tyler Lopez
March 13, 2016

outh. The time in all of our lives we all look back on. We party, laugh, love, and all around live. Many of our memories come from our youth, mainly our...

Good Will Hunting provides an endless supply of songs to immerse someone into the movie (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/GoodWillHuntingMovie/photos).

What to Watch: Top Five Soundtracks in Film History

By Tyler Lopez
February 22, 2016

n films, everything is important. From the cast, the quality of the acting, the sets and location, including camera angles and lighting. But one addition,...

Ryan Gosling plays the Driver in Drive (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/DriveTheMovie/photos).

What to Watch: ‘Drive’ provides a unique experience

By Tyler Lopez
January 21, 2016

ince the 1940s, Los Angeles and the southern California area have been the focus of more than one hundred films, both good and absolutely deplorable. Because...

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles show how friendship can last a lifetime (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/PlanesTrainsandAutomobileMovie/?sk=photos).

What to Watch: ‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles’ show an unforgettable friendship

By Tyler Lopez
November 30, 2015

hanksgiving. A lovely time in America when we all can eat like starved animals without criticism. We all end up plumper than the turkey we just devoured...

Paranoia is easily shown in the Cult Classic The Thing (Courtesy of  www.facebook.com/thethingmovie/photos).

‘The Thing’ proves to be a Halloween masterpiece

By Tyler Lopez
October 27, 2015

alloween is upon us, with cheesy costumes, mountains of sugar filled, tooth destroying candy and dopey “horror” movies that emphasize on lame gags...

Almost Famous teaches viewers that we all can strive for a better life (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/AlmostFamousTheMovie?fref=ts).

What to Watch: ‘Almost Famous’

By Tyler Lopez
September 30, 2015
The turbulent decade of the 1970s brought about the most interesting, confusing, and outwardly crazy times in American history.
With many twists and turns, Pulp Fiction never fails to please (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/PulpFiction?fref=ts).

What to Watch: “Pulp Fiction” provides many twists and turns

By Tyler Lopez
May 12, 2015
Today, we see boring films with lifeless characters and flat story plots. But in 1994, legendary director Quentin Tarantino gave us the unique and fantastic film called “Pulp Fiction.” Just over 20 years have passed since this film opened in theaters, but it stands as one of the best films ever made with a massive cult following and critics still praising the film. Not many films present themselves quite like “Pulp Fiction” does. The story is set out of order, with numerous intersecting storylines that involves Los Angeles mobsters, fringe players, small-time criminals, and a mysterious briefcase. But, with all of these stories together, it makes “Pulp Fiction” a great film. The film opens with a husband, “Pumpkin” (Roth) and wife, “Honey Bunny” (Plummer) sitting at booth in a diner talking about past robberies that have committed. They converse about how a place like the diner they are in is a good place for a robbery. Pumpkin tells his wife to steal the patrons’ wallets to double their profits. With their minds set, the couple pull out pistols and proceed to stick the store up.
With Warner Brothers having their 90th anniversary, Goodfellas continues to be one of those best films that the WB produced (Courtesy of www.facebook.com/goodfellasthemovie).

What to Watch: “Goodfellas” shows the brutality of Americas most feared gang

By Tyler Lopez
April 20, 2015
One of the most fascinating aspect of the United States is its crime. From squabbling small-town gangs to to the brutality of the Bloods and Crips and the all-powerful Italian Mafia. “Goodfellas” is one of the greatest, if not the greatest film, to ever be made that centers on the strength, power and downfall of the most feared gang in American History. Directed by the legendary Martin Scorsese, the film narrates the real-life Lucchese crime family in New York and the life of Henry Hill during his association with the family from 1955 to 1980. Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) grew up in an Irish-Italian neighborhood in East New York, and had always dreamt of being a gangster. At thirteen, Henry quit school and began working for mob capo, or lieutenant, Paul “Paulie” Cicero (Paul Sorvino). He had begun to work as a drug-runner and a courier for the family, finally living his dream. Before long he met Jimmy “Jimmy The Gent” Conway (Robert De Niro) and Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci). The three quickly become close friends. Jimmy was known for his love of hijacking things. Cars,trucks and even planes. If it moved, he would jack it. And he loved it. Tommy was possibly the most violent person in the family. Hot-headed and loud, Tommy had no qualms about killing someone. He, in fact, loved to kill. Together, the three would run various jobs for the family, steal many vehicles, kill many people, steal millions of dollars and further spread the power, and fear, of the Lucchese family.
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