Amanda Mazzillo is a writer with a B.A. in Writing & Linguistics and a minor in Film Studies from Georgia Southern University. She enjoys writing comedy and exploring all forms of media. Her Twitter name is a bad pun: @mazzillofirefox
Game Night is a visually memorable comedy, standing out by masterfully blending the absurdity of its comedy and the realistic problems of its central
Paperback is a romantic comedy, which isn't terribly funny or romantic, falling flat because it is trying to make you root for the terrible parts
Desolation is a unique take on a traditional horror movie, bending genre conventions in to a unique (and thoroughly contemporary) nightmare.
Future '38 is a memorable adventure which perfectly reflects our time, as well as reminisces about the films and sensibilities of the past.
The Only Living Boy in New York is a competently directed film pulled down by a mediocre script and relying too heavily on melodrama.
It Happened in L.A. is a refreshingly realistic portrayal of relationships, showing how we chase ideals that are often impossible to fulfill.
Equal parts funny and realistic, Different Flowers is a wonderful love letter to the Midwest, and the strength of familial love.