Demolition sees Jean-Marc Vallée continuing to grow as a director, with Jake Gyllenhaal continuing the trend of delivering great lead performances for him.Read more "Demolition"
The Muppets is a joy of a film, as it is wonderful to have the gang back, and the sheer positivity of the characters paired with the excitement of seeing them on the screen again makes it easy to forgive a few shortcomings as you grin ear to ear over almost the entirety of the […]Read more "Film Review: The Muppets"
The Company Men is a fine little drama that rings very true and features a bevy of fine performances that help elevate this modern tale of job loss despair. Our story follows Bobby Walker who is a rising future executive type at GTX, a transportation company that gets laid off when the recession kicks into […]Read more "Review: The Company Men"
Ben Affleck’s second directorial effort is as strong as his first, Gone Baby Gone, and is a very good crime/bank robbery movie that is tough to complain about. The film follows Doug MacRay, a bank robber, and his team as they run through a series of jobs which events lead to Doug wanting to finally […]Read more "Review: The Town"
Allen Coulter’s new family drama/romance works pretty well for the most part and while it does nothing terribly new for the genre it is a solid and entertaining entry that avoids cheesiness at almost every turn. The story’s protagonist is, Tyler, a 21 year old in a bit of a rut who doesn’t really care […]Read more "Review: Remember Me"
The 2nd anthology film in the I Love You series this time stops in New York and the results are just as great as the Paris anthology, Paris, je t’aime. The film follows a loosely connected group of individuals as we watch their experiences with love through a series of short films and connecting vignettes. […]Read more "While I was Streaming: New York, I Love You"
Spike Jonze’s long delayed adaptation of the beloved novel Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak finally has hit the screens and the results are more or less wonderful on every level. Our hero is Max, a young nine year old with a wild side that can emerge from his everyday child hood demeanor […]Read more "Review: Where The Wild Things Are"
First off…Just Wow! Here is a link to the trailer for now and check out the full story for the youtube clip.Read more "Where The Wild Things Are Trailer and More"