Sofia Lopez

Seeking in movies meaning and reflection in real-time. On the look out for biography, thriller & drama best pieces.

Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai (1999) Movie Review

Title: Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai Year: 1999 Genre: Action/Crime/Drama Play time: 1h 56min Director: Jim Jarmusch Starring: Forest Whitaker, Henry Silva, John Tormey Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai: Organized Crime vs Samurai Warriors The revolution continues. In 1999, many people cheered that filmmakers are breaking out of the box, finally getting the chance to make truly unusual movies ...[Read More]

Eye of the Beholder (1999) Movie Review

Title: Eye of the Beholder Year: 1999 Genre: Drama/Mystery/Thriller Play time: 1h 49min Director: Stephan Elliott Starring: Ewan McGregor, Ashley Judd, Patrick Bergin “There isn’t a day in my life when I haven’t felt like a fraud. I mean priests, doctors, I’ve talked to them all. I don’t know anyone who hasn’t felt that.” Eye of the Beholder (1999): Ashley...[Read More]

Toy Story 2 (1999) Movie Review

Title: Toy Story 2 Year: 1999 Genre: Animation/Adventure/Comedy Play time: 1h 32min Director: John Lasseter Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack An example of how great screenwriting and intelligent plot should be, Toy Story 2 is by far one of the best animated movies in the industry and it is also one of the lots which have a really good message. And what’s even better, it is for all ages,...[Read More]

The Blair Witch Project (1999) Movie Review

Title: The Blair Witch Project Year: 1999 Genre: Horror/Mystery Play time: 1h 21m Director: Directors: Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sanchez Starring: Heather Donahue, Michael Williams, Joshua Leonard Amateur writing, naïve acting, average directing but with a story that seems to have changed how horror was told – this movie is the formula that should’ve gone really wrong but actually ended up in a prett...[Read More]

Virus (1999) Movie Review

Title: Virus Year: 1999 Genre: Action/Horror/Thriller Play time: 1h 39min Director: John Bruno Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Sutherland, William Baldwin Virus is precisely the kind of movie that Scream spoofed. It features mostly stupid people doing and saying stupid things. Thus, it is a very standard, painless sci-fi action flick, with some good effects, but no plot or script. Virus (1999):...[Read More]

Psycho (1998) Movie Review

Title: Psycho Year: 1998 Genre: Horror/Mystery/Thriller Play time: 1h 45min Director: Gus Van Sant Starring: Vince Vaughn, Anne Heche, Julianne Moore Thriller With Atmosphere Of a Clunky Drama – Psycho (1998) Sometimes it seems like I am the only person in the world who isn’t very fond of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 “chiller” Psycho. I just always thought that it was his most underwhelming movie...[Read More]

Holy Man (1998) Movie Review

Title: Holy Man Year: 1998 Genre: Comedy/Drama Play time: 1h 54min Director: Stephen Herek Starring: Eddie Murphy, Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Preston Holy Man, the new Eddie Murphy comedy is a case of what I can now call Ronin syndrome. You see, a few weeks ago, an awful movie called Ronin was released, and it was a classic case of a movie which wanted to be more than it realistically could be. While Ho...[Read More]

Simon Birch (1998) Movie Review

Title: Simon Birch Year: 1998 Genre: Comedy/Drama/Family Play time: 1h 54min Director: Mark Steven Johnson Starring: Oliver Platt, Ashley Judd, Joseph Mazzello, Ian Michael Smit Simon Birch is a shameless tearjerker, a deviously manipulative little film that manages to be enjoyable. It features some great performances, but it is many times hard to swallow. Simon Birch Film Summary Ian Michael Smit...[Read More]

The Butcher Boy (1997) Movie Review

Title: The Butcher Boy Year: 1997 Genre: Comedy/Drama Play time: 1h 50min Director: Neil Jordan Starring: Stephen Rea, Fiona Shaw, Eamonn Owens A movie doesn’t have to have an original idea to be good. It has to go about illustrating that idea in creative ways. The premise of The Butcher Boy has been done before. We’ve all heard of films about homicidal children — Macauley Culkin’s The Good Son, w...[Read More]

Amistad (1997) Movie Review

Title: Amistad Year: 1997 Genre: Drama/History Play time: 2h 35min Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Djimon Hounsou, Matthew McConaughey, Anthony Hopkins, Morgan Freeman Amistad is the kind of movie that makes a tired topic seem fresh and entertaining again. It tells the true story of a French slave ship called La Amistad and the mutiny that occured on it. When the ship finally reaches America,...[Read More]

Just Visiting (2001) Movie Review

Title: Just Visiting Year: 2001 Genre: Comedy/Fantasy/Sci-Fi Play time: 1h 28min Director: Jean-Marie Poiré Starring: Jean Reno, Christina Applegate, Christian Clavier “Thank you, master!” Just Visiting (2001) Movie, Shows That Hollywood Isn’t Ready To Remake French Comedies I’m honestly baffled by Hollywood’s compulsion to recycle French comedies. If you want to bring them over,...[Read More]

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