Kong is king. Plain and simple.Read more "Film Review: Kong: Skull Island"
Room is always on the verge of being something great, but a wrong headed decision at the 2/3 mark almost sank the movie entirely.Read more "Film Review: Room"
When deciding between the Trainwreck and Ant-Man screenings this week the choice was easy seeing as Amy Schumer should easily destroy a man who shrinks in size when he gets action. Yet, as funny as it is, Trainwreck isn’t quite the sure thing I expected it to be.Read more "Film Review: Trainwreck"
Don Jon flips the gender roles in the romantic comedy as Joseph Gordon-Levitt writes, directs and acts his way to one of the best comedies of the year.Read more "Film Review: Don Jon"
Short Term 12 reaches perfection for nearly 2/3 of its run time before giving over its natural storytelling to forced drama that just doesn’t work anywhere near as well as the rest of the film.Read more "Film Review: Short Term 12"
The Spectacular Now, from James Ponsoldt, is a grounded look at the coming of age story, but it comes apart when you realize it doesn’t have much depth or anything new to say in the genre.Read more "Dissecting The Spectacular Now: Coming of Age the Wrong Way"
That’s right, my write-up for rentals has changed yet again. This time around (and hopefully I will stick to it this time) I will write up little blurbs about the movies I have seen in the past week on Fridays, giving you suggestions for what to pick up and what to avoid when considering what […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
That’s right! We are back with a new round of questions and answers, this time taking of the ever evolving universe of Scott Pilgrim in order to celebrate the film’s release this weekend (and just how awesome Scott Pilgrim is in general). And this time things get “heated.” Read on to find out why. SPOILERS […]Read more "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World vs. The Comic vs. The Adaptation vs. The Video Game"