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"
Spike Jonze’s Her is a wonderful sci-fi romance that features a compelling look at our future while dissecting the possible complexities that would arise in relationships as AI becomes a reality.Read more "Film Review: Her"
Rise of the Planet of the Apes is one of the finest entries of the summer, features a phenomenal performance by Andy Serkis, and features some of the most impressive special effects integration from WETA yet.Read more "Film Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes"
Wes Anderson returns to the screen with a film that fits into his little world only this time with a bunch of talking animals from the wonderful fable by Roald Dahl. Mr. Fox was always a daring individual, and stole live stock for a living before he met Mrs. Fox and was planning on having […]Read more "Review: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Michael Dougherty’s anthology film is in love with Halloween and captures the fun, dark, and creepiness of the holiday to success while also providing a fast paced and engaging film. The film is a quick tale over the events of one night of Halloween in a small Midwestern town that embraces the holiday with open […]Read more "Review: Trick ‘r Treat"
David Fincher’s latest is a crime masterpiece and leads us on a history lesson through the obsessive lives these crimes forced these men into. Zodiac was sold as a creepy serial killer film filled with horror murders to the public, and while it does contain all of those aspects, there isn’t a murder after the […]Read more "Review: Zodiac: Directors Cut"