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"
Robert Redford’s latest is a fine looking and produced telling of a fairly unknown story in American history that fails to really excel to anything more than a straight forward court room drama that serves as a parallel to our modern day travails with prosecuting through Guantanamo Bay. Now you might ask how a movie […]Read more "Review: The Conspirator"
Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe reteam yet again for a new spin on the Robin Hood, a grounded origin story, and while I enjoyed much of the film there is a lot of things you catch yourself going; huh?. We all know the story of Robin Hood, right? Well Scott and Crowe take us on […]Read more "Review: Robin Hood (2010)"
Mel Gibson with Martin Campbell returns from a long drought of staring in a picture with the revenge thriller Edge of Darkness which allows Gibson to do some nice work but falls flat pretty much everywhere else. Gibson plays Craven, a Boston police detective, whose daughter almost instantly upon her return home for a visit […]Read more "Review: Edge of Darkness"
Martin Scorsese’s – The Aviator (2004) Martin Scorsese’s biopic of the entrepreneur and aviator Howard Hughes is a marvelous, entertaining, and interesting look into the life of one of the most unique, oddest, and accomplished individuals ever to capture and live in the public eye; all grounded by an extraordinary performance by Leonardo DiCaprio. Howard […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – The Aviator (2004)"
The X-Men franchise returns with an origin story of its main character Wolverine, and the end result is a fun, action filled summer movie that gets the season off on the right foot. James Howlett was born in the early 1800’s, a consistently sick boy; his father is murdered by vengeful neighbor who is father […]Read more "Review: X-Men Origins Wolverine"
David Slade’s adaptation of the vampire graphic novel quickly becomes mess and while having one or two decent moments, it is for the most part and unmemorable failure. Josh Hartnett stars as the police chief of a small Alaskan town that doesn’t see the sun for thirty days every winter. As he investigates a series […]Read more "Review: 30 Days of Night"