Tag: netflix

OZARK: Why I Believe Ruth Is the Savior

*** There are no spoilers in this post . . . not really *** Netflix has been hitting it out of the park. Their original shows are some of the best on streaming, and better than most on regular television. The latest release, OZARK, starring Jason Bateman (as Marty Byrde), is no exception. If anything […]

Netflix Movie Review: Charlie Countryman

Charlie Countryman was a bizarre love story; a twisted romance. The film was written by Matt Drake, directed by Fredrik bond, and stars Shia LaBeouf and Rachel Evan Wood and Madds Mikkelsen. At 108 minutes, the movie is Rated R –for language, violence, nudity and drug use.  I am not sure I can write a review that will do […]

Netflix Movie Review: The Station Agent

I love when a movie makes me want to write a review; when it can force a flood of emotions through me all at once. When this happens, I know I’ve just enjoyed a film. The Station Agent is that kind of film. Released in 2003, the movie Written and Directed by Thomas McCarthy (2012, […]

Netflix Movie Review: Contracted

Eric England used a limited budget to shoot Contracted, a 78 minute horror movie. The film is Rated R. There is brief nudity, strong sexual content and bad language. Caroline Williams, who plays the main actress’ mother, might be the only actress in the film with substantial credits in her portfolio. Samantha (Najarra Townsend) is a lesbian. […]

Netflix Movie Review: Bounty Killer

Bounty Killer, released September 2013, is appropriately Rated R. The 93 minute film directed and co-written by Henry Saine, stars Matthew Marsden. I watched this movie, not expecting much. In fact, just the opposite really, I expected cheesy and lame. Love it when I am wrong (sometimes, lol). Think Mad Max, meets Quentin Tarantino. Bounty Killer […]