Some people don't.
Fifteen: Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Oceans of Time, and Sexiness
That's right: Bram Stoker's Dracula directed by Francis Ford Coppola IS sexiness. Sometimes even surprisingly so, even though we are talking about the 1990's aesthetic colliding with one of the most sex-obsessed works of literature ever.
Fourteen: Mary, Horror Cliches, and What To Do Next
Now that "Oscar Winner" was attached to his name, the offers came pouring in. So what was Gary's first decision, his first choice to continue his reign of excellence?
Thirteen: Batman Begins, Friends with Babies, and Helping the Helpers
Begins is most likely the best of the trilogy and the best Batman film thus far. NO, I can hear you saying, Dark Knight is the best everrrrr. Well, I'm sorry, but you're wrong.
Put the kettle on…
We apologize for the gap in content, we've been a bit busy celebrating.
Twelve: The Space Between Us, Daddy Issues, and the Wonders in Our Own Backyard
That Awkward Moment when the Star Man comes to meet you and totally blows your mind. Cause he's your son. And also the worst.
Eleven: Darkest Hour, Turning 30, and the Glory of Littleness
For all of his skill in "weaponizing the English language" and his conviction to stand strong at a particularly pivotal time, Churchill was a flawed man, and that is a strangely comforting reality.
On Valentine’s Day In England, We All Go To The Beach
Darkest Hour indeed.
Ten: The Contender, Politics, and The Matter of Character
In a movie that fully rejects non-partisan storytelling, how should we handle the championing of one party's viewpoint and the vilification of another's?
Nine: Air Force One, The American Dream President, and Nostalgic Patriotism
The POTUS is kind of an arrogant gambler of American lives, but Gary is scary!