All Posts by: Tim Dodderidge

By Tim Dodderidge, January 26, 2014 1,102 Editorials, Screen Rants

It’s official; Frozen has melted my heart. I don’t know exactly what did it either. Perhaps it was the wonderful coming-of-age plot line between the two main characters, the colorful landscapes and scenery, or the brilliant soundtrack. Yeah, it was probably the… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, December 29, 2013 510

Martin Scorsese’s new film, The Wolf of Wall Street, depicts the drunken side of 90s stock culture. The director tells… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, October 15, 2013 0

Many movies are taken with a tiny grain of sand. They’re watched, retained for a few memorable scenes, and eventually… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, September 24, 2013 906

A plethora of high school movies have come out in the past few years. While many of them stole their… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, August 27, 2013 0

Woody Allen once said, “Eighty percent of life is just showing up.” This statement tends to have a natural essence… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, August 12, 2013 1,020

Just like I figured, Only God Forgives is a polarizing film. There are many great elements about it, and most… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, August 2, 2013 32 Cinema Sharp, Editorials

I always go into a movie with tons of preconceived notions. Typically, I research long and hard before I spend my hard-earned cash on feature films, and I usually have faith that all of the work will pay off. Most… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, June 16, 2013 20

“I grew up in Kansas, General. About as American as it gets.” – Clark Kent As a journalist who has… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, June 4, 2013 1,035

Seven years ago, the line “Are you watching closely?” echoed through Christopher Nolan’s magnificent magic-themed film The Prestige. While it… Read More »

By Tim Dodderidge, May 13, 2013 0

I love movies that make the viewer think. There isn’t anything better than leaving the theater asking questions, making inferences… Read More »