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"American Hustle" Movie Review

When I first saw the trailer for “American Hustle”, the first thing that popped in my mind was, “This is like ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ and ‘Gangster Squad’ combined…” When I saw this movie, I was not only intrigued by the the storyline but the acting that all these wonderful people evoked. My favorite had to be Jennifer Lawrence…JLaw always impresses me with her humor and incredible ability to veer in audience members. She not only made me laugh, but she also impressed my mother, who for some reason, is really hard to impress. I admit, viewing a film like this with my mother was kind of awkward and weird, but honestly, the story wouldn’t be the same without the profanity. Being set in this time period, it just makes sense to brig out the culture that was celebrated. There’s not much to say about the film except that it is lovely and deserves to be seen BEFORE the dollar movies…

"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" Review

I saw “The Secret life of Walter Mitty” today, and it was just splendid I tell you! I mean, not only does this movie present adventure and following your gut, but it sends a great message about getting out and experiencing life. Not just life at home. But life all over the world! It teaches you about discovery, experience, wandering, excitement, thrills, and finding what you love and what you’re missing out on. Being a huge fan of Ben Stiller and Kristen Wiig, I adored the romance in this film, because it was reality. It was about developing friendships with other people and discovering each other throughout time. And not only was the story compelling, but the views of these places were phenomenal. Being a wanderlust, I found the scenic background to be grasping. Whenever the camera panned over the views, I was taken away from the thought of being in a movie theater. All the people around me disappeared and I felt truly inspired by this film to go out in the world and see these views myself. And might I add the soundtrack was phenomenal? I mean all the perfect sings at the right times of the movie…just made the movie all the more perfect. Adam Scott was veered away from his little fun-loving, goofy persona from “Parks and Recreation”, but someone had to be the mean guy, right? This movie really helps aware people that it is okay to dream of wandering; it helps you live life to the fullest. 5/5 stars. -AW

"Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones" Review

This new installment of the “Paranormal” franchise is not as jittery as the previews. Yes, Katie and some of the previous characters return (obviously) but not as you would expect. Looking back at the previous three movies, this movie has not much to do with the story; Completely different characters, different background, and different stunts. I was amused with the ending though..without spoiling anything, I would just say that you might want to re-watch the original PA and pay attention to the ending of that movie. I’d say it was pretty clever to incorporate the first movie with this one…. If you see this movie, I would just suggest maybe going to the matinee showing and saving a little bit of the money you would spend during the late showings. I mean, it’s not a complete waste of time and money, but it’s not worth the whole $20 per person either. 3/5 stars.



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We found some beautiful bonus Christmas sweaters backstage and, because we love the Tumblr FalPals, we’re giving two of them away this week!

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