Ryan Sterritt

The Next Three Days

 In the past 4 years, we’ve been introduced to such films as Gran Torino, Taken,Edge of Darkness and Harry Brown. All of these focus around a similar theme: Old men fighting for what they’ve lost. For Clint Eastwood, it was his precious gran torino. For Liam Neeson and Mel Gibson, their daughters. And for Michael … Continue reading

New Friend Request from The Social Network

It’s 2003 and Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) is having a drink with his current girlfriend, Erica Albright (Rooney Mara). Heated discussions on schools, education and social relevancy brings Albright to the breaking point of their relationship and leaves Zuckerberg to himself. Most people sulk over the loss of relationship by bottling it up … Continue reading

Matt Reeves: Letting Us In

I’m a huge fan of the original 2008 Swedish horror film, Let The Right One In and have been since the DVD came out in the states. It’s a mesmerizing story of adolescent love, a gothic look at some remarkable character studies, and just an outright magnificent vampire film (Especially with the HORRIBLY shitty Twilight … Continue reading

A 2010 Judge on 1960's Films

I’ve spent the past couple of days watching older movies I just haven’t had the chance to watch yet. Out of complete interest. Besides, as a blogger for a movie website, I felt it appropriate to watch all the classics that have supposedly shaped how films are made now. And you know, I think I’ve … Continue reading