Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Review


The following review will appear in the September issue of Chronicles Magazine           When Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was published in 1998, it gained the ire of many parents and religious… Continue reading

Some brief and non-thunder-nor-lime-light-stealing thoughts on “Midnight in Paris”


Woody Allen’s forty-sixth film, “Midnight in Paris” is bottled charm. Allen has expertly captured the essence of Paris, the beauty, the very feeling of what I imagine Paris evokes, and played it back… Continue reading

“Midnight In Paris” Review


          We’ve all talked about it, hell, a number of us have even taken some of those annoying Facebook quizzes giving us the answers: would life be better if we lived some time… Continue reading

“The Tree of Life” Review


          Filmmaker Terrence Malick has achieved a stellar reputation despite having a limited body of work.  His work is highly stylized, dreamlike, and utilizes heavy symbols to contemplate even heavier questions regarding life,… Continue reading