Like The Fountain before it, Darren Aronofsky created a graphic novel adaptation of Noah that was released before the film, and in Noah’s case the book’s narrative actually works better.Read more "Dissecting Noah: The Graphic Novel vs. The Film"
Darren Aronofsky’s biblical reinvention of the epic tale of Noah is full of some incredible moments, but loses its way a bit on the boat which keeps it from overall greatness.Read more "Film Review: Noah"
Thor: The Dark World is a fun sequel, but the flow never feels right and doesn’t take the series forward.Read more "Film Review: Thor: The Dark World"
Thor is arguably in the running for the best Marvel movies yet and is a pretty much non-stop blast of action, fun, and humor from start to finish; lead by star making turns by Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. Thor is a god, and the future king of Asgard, that wields a powerful hammer that […]Read more "Review: Thor"
The Rite is being all wrapped up to be the next exorcism movie but is in fact a meditation on psychology vs. demonic possession that is moderately interesting before it makes the decisions for you. The film is based on “real events” and follows a falling out of faith seminary student who is recruited to […]Read more "Review: The Rite"
During the 1930s and 40s Universal studios was known for their monster films with such characters as Dracula and Frankenstein, and feeling the urge to pull from their repertoire, Universal chose to remake the 1941 film The Wolf Man. Unfortunately the excitement of these films during their time has worn off with the newer version, […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Wolfman"
The Wolfman took a long and rough road to the screen and the results are a rather poor to mixed affair that lacks direction, plot, and quality acting from a talented group of filmmakers. The film follows the return home of one, Lawrence Talbot, who is summoned back to his family’s estate after learning of […]Read more "Review: The Wolfman"
Let’s get one thing out of the way, if you see this, see it in IMAX 3-D. The 3-D is phenomenal and a must see for anyone that enjoys film or wants to see the future of the medium. The 3-D gives the movie a bit more life than it might normally have had, but […]Read more "Review: Beowulf"