Mr. Cinester

Mr. Cinester is a local film maker straight out of Arizona. He watches an absurd amount of television and films.

Cinester’s Top 10 Films of 2015

Cinester’s Top 10 Films of 2015 Cinester here, with my picks for the Top Ten Films of 2015! I wanted to do something new for the new year, so I thought I’d film a video for my picks. If you don’t have the time to watch the video but are still curious on the outcome, I’ll list my picks at the bottom of this article for you! Before getting to the list, I wanted to go over my ...

Spectre Review: 007 Battles Mediocrity

Spectre Review: 007 Battles Mediocrity  Following a series high point in Skyfall, James Bond is back with his latest outing against a classic Bond organization. Can the film measure  up to the hype? Find out in our review of Spectre! Spectre begins with a gorgeous tracking shot through Mexico City during The Day of The Dead. This entire opening sequence is thrilling. Unfortunately after this, the ...

The Flash: The Man Who Saved Central City Review

The Flash: The Man Who Saved Central City Review Damn does it ever feel good to be back in Central City with Team Flash. After the stellar first season ended, a giant nerdy void was left in my life on Tuesdays. Now the Scarlet Speedster returns for his season 2 premiere…CHECK IT! ***SPOILERS FOR THE FLASH SEASON 2 EPISODE 1*** Season 2 kicks off 6 months after the end of the previous season,...

Great Geeky Movies You Might Have Missed Part 1

Great Geeky Movies You Might Have Missed Part 1 Do you ever pop in a Blu Ray and see a trailer for a movie you’ve never heard of that looks really enticing to you?  Then once the movie starts, you completely forget about that preview and never return to the film that had you so intrigued?  This article series is dedicated to those movies.  The really well made movies that appeal directly to ...

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review Tom Cruise is back with the fifth installment of his espionage action series.  Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to check out our review of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation! Rogue Nation sees Ethan Hunt and his team being hunted as fugitives by the CIA, while trying to take down an organization known as The Syndicate, on a global spanning acti...

Ant-Man: The Antastic Review

Ant-Man: The Antastic Review Marvel Studios finally brings the last of the original Avengers to screen with a bite sized new offering in Ant-Man. So how did the studio giant’s latest offering fare? Find out in my review. Ant-Man tells the story of Scott Lang, master criminal, fresh out of prison and ready to restart his life with his daughter; only problem is he can’t bounce back.   With his crimi...

The Best Films of 2015 So Far

The Best Films of 2015 So Far Hello readers! We’ve already reached the half way point on this awesomely geeky year of 2015. After a stale year of offerings at the box office in 2014, 2015 has gotten off to a great start with a bevy of original indies, franchise revivals, and big budget thrills. With the year half over, I thought it would be a good time to express what I believe is the best films t...

Inside Out Review

Inside Out Review Call it a comeback! They’ve been missing for years! Announcing sequels for years and feeding into my fears! Okay, now that I got that out of my system, let’s talk about Inside Out.  As you just read in that clever LL Cool J parody, Pixar is finally back in action; this time with a beautifully endearing original film. Before I get into the meat and potatoes of this review, I must ...

Jurassic World: The Indominus Review

Jurassic World: The Indominus Review The park is open! Or rather, THE WORLD is open! Jurassic World, that is. Let’s take a trip to the Isla Nublar, for my review of the film. Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park is a timeless classic, and after two subpar sequels (it’s been 14 years since Jurassic Park 3 released), there was a lot riding on this film. My first sign of hope for Jurass...

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