Lee Daniels’ The Butler is an engaging look through our nation’s racial history, but tries to cram in too much and often focuses on the wrong story over the course of its run time.Read more "Film Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler"
The To Do List is a raunchy sex comedy from the female perspective and it does exactly what it wants to do for mostly the best.Read more "Film Review: The To Do List"
Noah Baumbach’s latest, Frances Ha, keeps him in the running for one of the best working directors while getting another stellar performance out of Greta Gerwig.Read more "Film Review: Frances Ha"
Family Tree starts on wobbly footing in its second episode, but regains itself for an excellent second half that keeps the quality high; even if the story is spinning it’s wheels a bit.Read more "TV Review: Family Tree 102 – Treading the Boards"
The Place Beyond the Pines is has three distinct acts, the first is excellent, the second is pretty great, and the last one misses the mark almost entirely.Read more "Film Review: The Place Beyond the Pines"
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone should be better than it is, but it betrays audiences by giving us an unredeemable lead character and projects every joke from a mile away.Read more "Film Review: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"
Beautiful Creatures is more concerned about its sequels and in turn leaves a mess of a film to start off this supposed franchise instead.Read more "Film Review: Beautiful Creatures"
Girls gets its first true ensemble episode of season 2 and it might be viewed as the episode that defined its leap to greatness when it is all said and done.Read more "TV Review: Girls 204 – “It’s a Shame About Ray”"
One thing that Mass Effect 2 was known for was its great DLC added to the campaign. Kasumi wasn’t as praised as the rest, but there is no doubt that Overlord and The Shadow Broker DLC will remain my favorite added content for a long time to come. Too bad the same can’t be said […]Read more "Gaming Review: Mass Effect 3 DLC – Omega"
Trouble with Curve is the directorial debut from Robert Lorenz and it is a painful paint by numbers affair that doesn’t excel in any way shape or form.Read more "Film Review: Trouble with the Curve"