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5 Year Retrospective: Fantastic Mr. Fox
Fantastic Mr. Fox is five years old this fall, but with Grand Budapest Hotel releasing this week it feels appropriate to discuss how well Wes Anderson’s animated adventure has aged in such a short time.Read more "5 Year Retrospective: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel finds him operating at the peak of his powers and as confident as he’s ever been.Read more "Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Vincenzo Natali’s latest is a weird, interesting, and often messed up creature feature that isn’t the horror movie it is being sold as until the third act, in which it pretty much wastes all of its well earned curiosity and enjoyment by going from something almost wholly original to riddled with cliché. The film follows […]Read more "Review: Splice"
The Decade’s Best – King Kong (2005)
This is the first of a new column I will be writing for the remainder of the year culminating with a best of the decade list when it is all said and done. It’s almost hard to believe the first decade of this new millennium is almost over, but that just means we get to […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – King Kong (2005)"
Re-Post-Review: The Brothers Bloom
I saw this movie last October and I stand by my opinion from then, and infact, I liked it even more the second time around. Rian Johnson is back with another solid entry in his sophomore debut, which is full of humor, style, and great work by everyone involved, all mixed with a story that […]Read more "Re-Post-Review: The Brothers Bloom"
Review: The Brothers Bloom
Rian Johnson is back with another solid entry in his sophomore debut, which is full of humor, style, and great work by everyone involved, all mixed with a story that really makes you care about the characters and their plot they are involved in. Stephen (Mark Ruffalo) and Bloom (Adrien Brody) have been con men […]Read more "Review: The Brothers Bloom"
Review: The Darjeeling Limited
I need to start off this review with a disclaimer, I love Wes Anderson’s films, love, love, love them, and I love this one too, but I will try to be unbiased and will write this review with average movie fan and not as a Wes Anderson fanatic. So The Darjeeling Limited is a train, […]Read more "Review: The Darjeeling Limited"