Hello everyone. Blue Ridge Report’s resident film critic here. The first 3 months of 2018 have been very good as far as movies go. There’s only been one so far I was a bit disappointed with, but with that being said let’s get on this list. Here are my top 10 movies for the first quarter of 2018 so far. Continue reading “The 10 Best Movies Of the First Quarter of 2018”
Welcome to another edition of Throwback Thursday. I know I said last week that this week’s movie would be baseball related, but I couldn’t find one I wanted to talk about, or haven’t talked about before. The Academy Awards were Sunday and Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis’s newest film Phantom Thread was nominated for multiple awards. This made me want to go and watch There Will Be Blood, which was the last collaboration between the two. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday: There Will Be Blood (2007)”
Episode 7 of The Universally Irrelevant Podcast is up. Today Zach and Derek welcome their friend, aspiring filmmaker, and host of the Cinema Fans Podcast Brad Davis to discuss The 90th Academy Awards on Sunday. They give predictions, what they want to win and quick reviews of all the nominated films.
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Welcome to another edition of Throwback Thursday. It was revealed on last weeks episode of The Universally Irrelevant Podcast that I had only seen Silver Linings Playbook once. With it being one of my Dad’s, my co-hosts Zach’s, as well as our editor Jonathan and a former guest on UIP, Ethan’s favorites and Jennifer Lawrence’s new movie Red Sparrow hitting theaters tomorrow I figured now was a great time to do this. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday: Silver Linings Playbook (2012)”
In our most unprepared episode yet, the boys from UIP are here to talk Black Panther, box office numbers, and Natalie Portmans’ career in review! Wait, did Derek just apologize to Colin Farrell?
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Welcome to the second edition of Throwback Film Review Thursday. Today’s movie is a special one for me because it’s one of my all-time favorite movies. In honor of Natalie Portman’s new film, Annihilation, coming out in theaters tomorrow, I felt it was appropriate to go all the way back to 1994 and talk about her first movie, and arguably her best. Continue reading “Throwback Film Review Thursday #2: Léon: The Professional”