The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 2

Rating: 4/5 Note: See part 1 for more information on this film. Analysis of the Film The film is made in a Paul Greengrass style (ironic, considering that United 93 was released in the same year, as was Oliver Stone's World Trade Center; 2006 was quite a year for 5 year 9/11 anniversary films), and … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 2

Don’t Breathe Review

I’m starting to think film critics are seeing the recent competence in horror films like The Witch and Lights Out, and are beginning to confuse it with simple competence. Neither one of those films were bad, mind you, I just didn’t think these movies were going to lead us to the Promised Land. -- Chris … Continue reading Don’t Breathe Review

The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 1

  This film is banned in the United States. The Path to 9/11 was originally released as a 2-part miniseries in 2006 on ABC, produced by ABC and Disney, written by Cyrus Nowrasteh. It's a docudrama that recreates/dramatizes the events from the 1993 World Trade Center bombing (which itself is dramatized in a made for … Continue reading The Path to 9/11 Review/Analysis: Part 1

United 93 Review

Source: https://www.filmonpaper.com/posters/united-93-one-sheet-advance-usa/ "We have some planes." Now this is more like it. A big step up from World Trade Center. Jesus what an emotional gut-punch those final seconds are.   A Review and Comparison to World Trade Center In order for me to talk about this film, I'm going to have to make comparisons between … Continue reading United 93 Review

Jack the Bear Review

Taking a break from my 9/11 film reviews- "What? But you just got started!" "Shutup. It's my blog and I'll do what I want." I'm curious about films like these I missed out on during my childhood. 90s kid films that are genuine in their intentions and aren't comedies that use dumb slapstick humor. Pretty … Continue reading Jack the Bear Review

World Trade Center Review

Welp, I've officially started my film countdown to the 15 year 9/11 anniversary, which just so happens to be the 10 year anniversary of this film, and of 2 other significant 9/11 films. 2006 was quite a year. I was hesitant to watch this film at first because I heard it was boring, with most … Continue reading World Trade Center Review

Risk Classic Board Game Review

Preface Image from http://philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/8384/what-exactly-do-objective-and-subjective-mean-in-contemporary-philosophy Objective (adj.): not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice; based on facts; unbiased -- Dictionary.com Game (noun): 1.) a form of play or sport, especially a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck. -- Google.com 2.) a competitive activity involving skill, chance, or endurance on … Continue reading Risk Classic Board Game Review