I wouldn’t quite go with “magnificent” as the superlative for this remake of the classic western, but Pretty Good Seven just doesn’t quite bode as well for ticket sales. And Rootin’ Tootin’ Revolver Shootin’ Seven was a straight up veto…Read more "Film Review: The Magnificent Seven"
Boyhood and Under the Skin are two of the best films of 2014. The deeper meanings of the films could be interpreted many different ways, however both films applied innovative methods to provide us with a perspective on the human experience.Read more "The Human Experience as Depicted in Boyhood and Under the Skin"
Boyhood is a brilliant idea, executed rather masterfully by director Richard Linklater.Read more "Film Review: Boyhood"
Every year I contribute to the IFCS’ annual awards discussion and this year’s results are probably the most I have ever been able to support. I don’t think any of my picks line up one to one, but most categories I had the winners some where in the vicinity of my list toppers.Read more "Internet Film Critics Society Announces 2013 Awards"
Before Midnight is another masterpiece in the Before Trilogy, only this time we really get to see these characters get into something real.Read more "Film Review: Before Midnight"
When I am not feeling all that well I like to call my bathroom time “The Purge.” This film gave me no desire to change that.Read more "Film Review: The Purge"
I don’t know how I’m just hearing about The Purge now, because it’s a new concept in a genre that I love. Be sure to watch the preview after the break! I doubt you’ll be disappointed. Unless you hate horror. Then your loss.Read more "The Breakdown: The Purge Trailer"
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"