Jeff Ames has lived in various parts of the US, having traveled with his family for many a years when his father was emplyed by the military. Ames spent most of his youth basking in the films of Steven Spielberg, namely Jaws, and has since branched out to the works of other directors, namely Francis Ford Coppola. A lover of film, Ames spends his time writing reviews, listening to the genial scores of Hans Zimmer, John Williams and James Horner; and enjoys instilling his film knowledge upon those with an eager ear to listen. Ames currently attends Dixie State College in St. George, Utah, where he lives with his wife Mallory and daughter Addison. A follower of all things basketball, Ames cheers on the Utah Jazz, and freelances for St. George's newspaper, The Spectrum, as a sports writer. Also listed among Ames' hobbies are an avid love of drawing/designing; and enjoying the tenacity of high-octane video games.
Pulp Fiction oozes with awesome characters, sumptuous dialogue and a crowd pleasing turn from Bruce Willis. Plus it's got Q.T.'s signature violence. What's not to like?
08 Dec 2011
Oliver Stapleton's cinematography bathes the film in golden hues. Rachel Portman's music soars. The cast sparkles in roles big and small.
29 Nov 2011
Jean Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast remains a bizarre, eerie and unusual film, filled with dark characters, troubling themes and some truly awe-inspiring visuals.
11 Aug 2011
Fiddler on the Roof represents the Hollywood musical at its most astute. A terrific, light-hearted, but deep thinking dramedy filled with dazzling performances, and ponderous, insightful, even timeless themes.
04 May 2011
Cecil B. DeMille’s powerful motion picture aptly fulfills its duty in delivering a larger than life Biblical episode, complete with terrific special effects, massive sets and grade-A movie stars.
28 Mar 2011
Dances with Wolves isn’t an epic as much as it’s an intimate study of humanity, or a carefully hung portrait of friendship, love and acceptance.
24 Feb 2011
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