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I'm a 31-year-old American and have been living the ex-pat life in Mexico City since graduating from college in 2011. I have a B.A. in History with a minor in Sociology from the University of Mississippi. While I wouldn't mind teaching history (I'm still an avid reader on the subject), my true passions lie in the arts, specifically, film and photography. I also enjoy writing poetry, fiction and critical reviews of film, television and video games.
Despite the portrayel of Joan's visions as the disturbing hallucinations of an imbalanced mind, this is a pretty stirring film. Though everyone inexplicably talks and acts like they are in a 90s action flick, Milla Jovovich as the titular heroine, combined with the rousing scenes of battle, make this a very watchable historical epic.
The classic kiddie flick of the 90s. I saw this film when I was 8 (yes, I realize some of you were still in diapers) and somehow it still brings a smile to my face. Culkin carried this film on his then-small shoulders and Joe Pesci provides great comic relief as the villian.
What guy hasn't wanted to be Ferris Bueller for a day? Possibly the greatest teen-comedy ever made. Matthew Broderick created one of the most endearing and iconic characters in movie history. So turn on your eighties rock and borrow the keys to your dad's Ferrari, because your in for quite a treat.