Posts Tagged ‘Joseph Gordon Levitt’

Don Jon

Don Jon

  Once upon a time, maybe in 2007 or 2008, I passed Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the streets of Manhattan during my lunch break. Back then he was just that kid from Third Rock from the Sun to me. If only I knew then that I’d become one of the biggest J.G.L. fans on the planet, […]

A Second Look at 2012

Movies of 2012

All right, it’s 2013. Has been for almost a month now, which means it’s time for a second look at the movies of 2012. If you’re new to the site, I write these “Second Look At” articles to discuss the past year’s movies that I plan to rewatch. They may not be the best movies […]

What I’m Watching at Home: Brick

Brick - Netflix Streaming

Viewed on December 29, 2012 on Netflix Streaming I started watching this movie a couple of years ago. It was late at night, and by late I mean the sun was coming up. Too late for my brain to follow the odd anachronistic dialogue, but I was intrigued and always knew I’d finish it someday. Well […]

Premium Rush (A Small Review)

928290 - Premium Rush

What’s it about? Wilee (yes, like the coyote) is a New York bike messenger. He rides a fixed gear bike, and he doesn’t have any brakes because without brakes he has to be alert at all times. When he approaches an intersection at breakneck speed, as he’s wont to do, he can’t simply stop; he […]


What’s it about? A New York City bike messenger picks up the wrong package and finds the city turning into an obstacle course as he tries to escape the people pursuing him. via YouTube Who made it? Directed by David Koepp  and written by David Koepp and John Kamps. Who’s in it? Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael […]


What’s it about? It’s the future, and time travel exists. When the mob wants someone killed, they send him/her back in time where a hitman, or a Looper, is waiting to kill that person. Everything changes for one particular Looper when the person sent back to be killed is his future self. via YouTube Who […]

A Second Look at 2011


I go to the movies a lot in a year, and majority of the time I leave the theater thinking I saw an okay film. Not great, not bad, but a pleasant way to have spent the last couple hours. I’ll usually think about the movie for a while afterwards, trying to replay it in […]