RoboCop returns to the big screen with a reboot that does its own thing, does it well, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.Read more "Dissecting RoboCop (2014) – A Worthy Reboot?"
Alan: Seven Psychopath’s brings up the question, “Who here is really sane?” Yeah, sure we might think that we’re completely normal human beings…but deep down, I think it’s safe to say that we are all just a little bit unhinged. We all have some thoughts that might seem crazy to some people, and to an […]Read more "HST… Film Review: Seven Psychopaths"
As you have probably seen in our reviews of Sucker Punch, Lauren and I both quite like this film, but feel like it needs to be dissected further to get to its full worth. So that is why we are here partaking in a big spoiler filled discussion of Zack Snyder’s new film that will […]Read more "Dissecting Sucker Punch"
Sit tight kiddies, Lauren has got some rambling to do. Last year I got to sit through a bunch of amazing panels (and some lackluster ones too) at Comic-Con for upcoming movies during my camping session in Hall H, and one of the highlights was finally getting to see a trailer for Sucker Punch. In […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Sucker Punch"
Sucker Punch will have you wondering “why should I care” as you watch Zack Snyder’s beautiful film unfold, only to confound and confuse even further as it simultaneously saves the film from being narratively pointless in the end. That above sentence doesn’t seem to be high praise, but the more I think and talk about […]Read more "Review: Sucker Punch"
Limitless is a visual interesting and fun movie to watch, but it feels quite thin on plot and message for such an interesting and cerebral subject matter. Neil Burger’s film follows Eddie Morra who is a struggling writer, recently dumped by his girlfriend, and has no signs of forward growth anywhere in the near or […]Read more "Review: Limitless"
The new Jane Campion film is a period love story where the two lovers are destined to never be together and while it can be a bit slow and overly dramatic at times the three main actors are in top form and are worth the price of admission. Following the love affair of Fanny Brawne […]Read more "Review: Bright Star"
Kimberly Peirce’s latest starts off with an exceptional bang, but quickly makes a turn for the worse and devolves into a meandering road film that fails to captivate us nor really care about the fate of these characters. The film starts in Iraq where we get a quick credits sequence that effectively captures the life […]Read more "Review: Stop-Loss"
The follow up to the Oscar nominated film, Elizabeth, allows Cate Blanchett to get back into the role that made her famous and the result is a mixed bag. Spain is threatening the rule of England and their way of life as the King Phillip of Spain uses the command of God and spread of […]Read more "Review: Elizabeth: The Golden Age"