Magic Mike XXL might be a perfect sequel; keeping what worked best, ramping up what people want most, and reworking a few little things to make it all just right.Read more "Film Review: Magic Mike XXL"
Is Magic Mike XXL the type of movie that really needs the trailer to be broken down? No. Am I going to do it anyway? Absolutely.Read more "The Breakdown: Magic Mike XXL Teaser Trailer"
Years ago when Captain Jack Sparrow was wondering where all the rum had gone, he probably would have never guessed that it was being stockpiled for another movie by the man filling his shoes. That traitor! Johnny Depp’s appropriately titled new film, The Rum Diary, has lots of rum, and not much else.Read more "Film Review: The Rum Diary"
Drive Angry 3D is a fun idea that doesn’t nearly take full advantage of the premise it unleashes into the film. I mean, the film opens with Nic Cage breaking out of Hell to hunt down the murderers of his daughter, a satanic cult hoping to bring Hell Fire to Earth, how does this movie […]Read more "Review: Drive Angry 3D"
This week we’ve got one good and a whole bunch of bad (at least in my opinion), with Dorian Gray, The Joneses, The Killers, and Lie to Me: Season 1. Rent: Lie to Me: Season One Now he may be no House, but Cal Lightman is another great character on TV that is easy to […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Though I am happier than ever that my mother has remained married to the same non-crazy man for all of my life after watching this film, the concept behind The Stepfather has a much greater impact on this feeling than the film itself, which doesn’t even live up to the other “horror” films of the […]Read more "Rental Review – The Stepfather"
Ruben Fleischer’s feature debut is an extremely fun zombie comedy that is definitely more comedy than any of the many other genres on display here, which isn’t a bad thing since it is frequently hilarious. The zombie apocalypse is well under way in the United States and the living dead vastly outnumber the living. We […]Read more "Review: Zombieland"
Seth Rogen and James Franco star in a stoner/buddy/action/comedy that is usually fairly humorous, but drags at the end and maybe over stayed its welcome a bit too long. Dale (Seth Rogen) is a process server, handing out subpoenas all day while intermittently getting high between stop to stop. Saul (James Franco) is Dale’s dealer […]Read more "Review: Pineapple Express"