Tag Archives: classics

Beyond the Pines and other delightful tunes

I’ve been far too busy, and far too disinterested, to post anything in quite a while, but I must now share with you, dear readers, my latest discoveries. I’ll speak chiefly at this time of two films, married together (or more correctly distantly related) by a common theme of standing up to corrupt coworkers. The […]


With all the recent remakes out there, I feel the need to offer a little direction to any producer listening. Please remake Grapes of Wrath. John Steinbeck’s novel is (one of) the best of all classic American novels, but the ancient film just doesn’t do it justice. Censored and abridged almost to the point of […]

The Trouble with Classics

Got around to finally seeing two great classic films. Trouble is, despite having never seen either of them before, I sort of felt like I had. First off, Citizen Kane, sometimes heralded as the greatest film ever. I had been wanting to see this film for some time due to this respectable distinction. I deliberately […]

Welcome to MoviesShouldNotSuck

This is a blog about good movies, not movies that suck. Because movies should not suck. Movies that suck are like pizza which is not good. How can something as holy and divine as pizza not be good? Somehow, losers across America seem to be able to screw it up on a daily basis. And […]