Depending on your point of view, Ender’s Game might be a solid, yet disappointing, adaptation or possibly the best blockbuster of the year.Read more "Dissecting Ender’s Game"
Ender’s Game is a favorite book of many, so it was only a matter of time before it would come to the big screen. Probably would have happened even sooner if it contained vampires or a love triangle.Read more "The Breakdown: Ender’s Game Trailer"
Iron Man 3 is the start of the Summer Movie Season and while it might not really be the Iron Man film you were expecting, it is still sure to please.Read more "Film Review: Iron Man 3"
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo takes a bit to find its way, but once it does it is a marvelous tale of filmmaking and wonder that is, quite possibly, the best use of 3D yet.Read more "Film Review: Hugo"
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time may not be the most faithful adaptation, but it still keeps the spirit of the video game alive in this production in its representation of the comedy, characters, and action of the fan favorite game. The brief backstory of this incarnation of the Sands of Time story starts […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time"
This could be the best video game adaptation yet, certainly the best looking, but it still feels all too clichéd and familiar even though the action is pretty exciting at times and there is a lot of it. The film follows Dastan, a street urchin plucked into royalty after the king sees him perform a […]Read more "Review: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time"
Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of the Dennis Lehane novel Shutter Island is a successful mystery thriller with a great lead turn by Leonardo DiCaprio and a plot that brings some originality to a potentially tired idea. DiCaprio plays Teddy Daniels, a U.S. Marshall sent to Shutter Island to investigate the disappearance of one of the inmates […]Read more "Review: Shutter Island"
This coming of age story mixes great characters, direction, writing, and music to be one of the nicest surprises of the year (08). Luke Shapiro (Josh Peck) has just graduated high school and while he isn’t the most popular kid around, he isn’t a complete loser either. What he is though, is a pot dealer, […]Read more "Review: The Wackness"
Brad Anderson’s train thriller is an effective piece of cinema that keeps tension high while taking a series of twists and turns along the way. The film opens with the police investigation of a drug dealer that was robbed and killed, with the investigation headed up by Grinko (Ben Kingsley) who after discovering that someone […]Read more "Review: Transsiberian"