Napoleon Dynamite (2004)
National Treasure (2004)
National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (2007)
Wasn’t a huge fan of the first movie so it had that going for it right away. But pretty much matched the first movie. Nicholas Cage was funny about twice, which shows he can somewhat act. Please please don’t make another one. I wanna go inside Lincoln’s head. Funny how it made no reference to that.
Ned Rifle (2014)
Negative Space (short) (2017)
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)
Neon Demon, The (2016)
Never Been Kissed (1999)
Never Goin’ Back (2018)
Never Let Me Go (2010)
Hauntingly sublime, “Never Let Me Go” carries an enormous undertone that chills. The child stars rival the adults in expression and Carey Mulligan must have just missed the cut off for any sort of nomination from her adult role. The content of the film is hugely thought provoking and cranks the gears in your brain with great reverence. As heartbreaking and apathetic as the film appears there is a picturesque nature to both the visual and connotative aspects of the novel come to life.
Never Look Away (2018)
New Guy, The (2002)
There is literally nothing that stands out about this film besides the women they somehow cast in Eliza Dushku and Zooey Deschanel.
New York, I Love You (2009)
Really felt that this movie was more of an hour and a half long intro to a movie. The premise was interesting and I liked the fact that Cage’s character was so reluctant to help. Different. Good cast. Good premise. Still falls short.
Next Three Days, The (2010)
“The Next Three Days” really does not live up to the hype from its trailer. The motivation behind the characters is so outrageous, it is hard to not focus on the negative. Enjoyed the idea of this film, just not the execution.
Nice Guy Johnny (2010)
Without the right cast, mostly the director Ed Burns, this film would have fallen flat, being pretty predictable from start to finish, but with Matt Bush taking one of his first leading roles, the film actually pulls through. It is hard to follow the logic of the film, as both female leads are very unlikeable, even though you are meant to side with the free-spirited, out-going girl, she still comes off bitchy. By the end, you are just happy that Johnny finally makes a decision.
Nice Guys, The (2016)
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008)
There’s really not much to this film. Re-watching it years later, I have more respect for the actors/actresses in the film, but honestly, the film in general is the same boring, high school love story that it always was.
Night at the Garden, A (short) (2018)
Night at the Museum (2006)
Very good for a family movie. Reminded me of another movie that I can’t think of. Definitely brings back a feel of past kids movies.
Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009)
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)
Night at the Roxbury, A (1998)
Night Before, The (2015)
Nightmare Before Christmas, The (1993)
Nightmare on Elm Street, A (1984)
I am a fan of this musical. This coming from someone who watch two other films in the theater before seeing this one, but I absolutely adored the music, the ladies, and Daniel Day Lewis blew me away by carrying this film with his persona. Some of the songs fall a little flat but the Kate Hudson’s, Fergie’s, and Marion’s last song, are absolutely worth watching this film. I have told everyone that if they liked Chicago, they will also enjoy Nine.
Nines, The (2007)
The film was absolutely amazing. It went far deeper than I truly saw it going and Ryan Reynolds was fantastic. I didn’t have the highest hopes for this movie as it didn’t have a very large release, but it blew me away. The fact that all the characters played several roles and made you question so many things really made this movie for me. One of my all time favorites now.
Nobody Else But You (2012)
No Country for Old Men (2007)
Enjoyed it. It was one of those films that only tells what you need to know and when, but doesn’t seem to go the way I wanted it to. It built nicely but just didn’t build to what I wanted it to. The best of the movies up for the AA.
Nocturnal Animals (2016)
No Good Deed (2014)
North Face (Nordwand) (2010)
Great period piece. The tones are unlike any mountaineering film I have ever seen. The entire film is rather winded leading up to the final climb that only occurs for the last third of the film. “North Face” is not what you would expect.
Not Another Teen Movie (2001)
Notebook, The (2004)
Nowhere Boy (2010)
An emotional biopic chronicling John Lennon’s adolescent years, “Nowhere Boy” is more drama than music, yet it works. While most band inception films follow the rise of the band, this follows Lennon through his own self discovery, while the Beatles are forming off screen. Aaron Johnson plays the part of Lennon well and makes the film that much more believable. My favorite performance is split between that of Kristin Scott Thomas as the shrewd aunt that raised John and that of Anne-Marie Duff (who apparently is married to James McaAvoy), playing John’s young-at-heart, long lost mother. Though the film could have had more Beatles music, the director chose to make you feel something rather than hear, and I cannot be disappointed in that.
Now You See Me 2 (2016)
Number 23, The (2007)
Saw it twice now and loved the mystery. The number 23 really is a mystical number.