Brandon Valentine is a film critic from Hershey, PA. Aside from possessing the last name “Valentine” and living in “the Sweetest Place on Earth,” Brandon was also born on Valentine’s Day. That’s right, a Valentine born on Valentine’s Day. His “sweet” work can be viewed at Blogcritics, IMDb, and his own site, Valentine on Film.
The Seventh Seal is a foreign, ‘50s art-house, existential allegory of religion, angst, love, and the meaning of life.
Teeth is a brazen black comedy/horror that will leave male viewers feeling diminished after entering triumphantly.
Call it camp, cult, or classic.
Manly men and comic-book nerds unite; a colossal Marvel franchise is on the rise.
Existing on its own, Southland Tales is a mosaic mess of a narrative.
The Quiet is a lifeless film that should have died on the drawing table.
Despite its PG rating, Bridge to Terabithia is not a kid’s movie; it’s a tear-jerking drama for the kid in every fun-loving adult.
Zodiac is of the same order of what you would expect from director David Fincher.
Despite the hype, The Lookout is largely a letdown.
Containment’s raw footage provides those interested with a glimpse into the accident and its impact.