As I walked out of the screening for Wonder Woman among the sea of viewers largely complimenting the film with overall satisfaction, I had to refrain from turning to them and exasperatingly asking: “Why don’t you see that Wonder Woman deserves more than this!?”Read more "Film Review: Wonder Woman"
Into The Woods is an entertaining and fun musical that feels like it just missed being something truly great.Read more "Film Review: Into the Woods (2014)"
J.J. Abrams is back for another trek into Star Trek and fans of his first entry will have little to complain about with Into Darkness.Read more "Film Review: Star Trek Into Darkness"
Rise of the Guardians is a lackluster and forced attempt to turn established characters in our cultural lexicon into a franchise that lacks imagination and never gets off the ground.Read more "Film Review: Rise of the Guardians"
Zac: This Means War is the latest film from director McG, whose previous efforts I have had a lot of fun with. The Charlie’s Angels film and Terminator Salvation are at their worst fun action films and that is what I hoped for here. Sadly, I was ultimately disappointed with the end product, even with […]Read more "HST… Film Review: This Means War"
Tony Scott’s latest, Unstoppable, is a straight forward suspense action thriller that fails to ever live up to the intensity it hopes to create. The plot is simple; a runaway, unmanned, train is barreling through Pennsylvania carrying explosive materials. It must be stopped before it hits an elevated turn in the middle of a highly […]Read more "Review: Unstoppable"
An unmanned train carrying hazardous materials is barreling down a stretch of track at 70 miles/hour that eventually passes through populated areas. A second train is also on this track traveling in the opposite direction towards it. If the second train is traveling at 40 miles/hour, how soon will the impending collision occur? Okay, so […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Unstoppable"
Carriers may veer from the fast-passed, zombie-filled plot line I wrongfully assumed was coming after first seeing the trailer (I repeat, there are no zombies), which it is all the better for in the end. By doing so, it becomes a heart wrenching film that makes the viewer question what they may be willing to […]Read more "Rental Review – Carriers"