September 2, 2013 Leave a comment
Well I hope everyone is having an excellent Labor Day weekend, I certainly have so it’s time to put out another post on the blog. Sadly I have been slipping on duties of posting everyday since like July, but I am hopefully going to be less busy and start getting back into the swing of things. So like usual, I have been working with the fine folks at Lost In Reviews and now I have another review to put out for everyone!
This time around I talk about I Declare War, which is a fantastic film about kids taking the game of capture the flag to the most imaginative step possible. Check it out on VOD or in theaters as it is finally getting a wide release.
As usual, there is an excerpt of the review and a link to the full article. Enjoy!
I Declare War is the movie that we all lived and experienced when we were young and outside playing with friends. It is the sort of movie that reminds you what it is like being a young kid and getting a group of friends together to play war. Whether you were the rich kids with your cool Nerf toys, engaging in neighborhood combat with super soakers or dare I say, using your imagination, you lived what this movie is showcasing; a group of kids using their imagination to play out an expansive game of capture the flag. The latest release from Drafthouse Films and directors Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson take that childhood game of war and turning it into a reflection on growing up between the time of being young and carefree, but also the looming notion of being a teen.
Click here for the full review.