Film Review: Finding Nemo 3D
Finding Nemo is a great film and you should rush out to see it this weekend whether you like 3D or not.Read more "Film Review: Finding Nemo 3D"
Review: Green Lantern
Green Lantern is quite the mess at times, but the fantasy elements of the film, along with the, mostly, stellar special effects and 3D, make for a film worth checking out if interested. This is an origin story for the DC Comics property and all of the classic tropes will be found here. A talented, […]Read more "Review: Green Lantern"
Now Playing Review – Green Lantern
As a character the Green Lantern doesn’t have as large of a fan base as the big names like Batman, Superman, and Spider-man. Heck, a lot of people who don’t proudly call themselves nerdy aren’t even aware of him. Luckily for the more obscure superheroes, the film swell for the genre is bringing more attention […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Green Lantern"
Now Playing Review – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
With the release of L.A. Noire last Tuesday my time has been embarrassingly devoted to playing through the video game, so I may have gotten behind on reviewing the new Pirates of the Caribbean film. I wish I could say this was the only reason for the delay, but it may have to do with […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides"
Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is a less fantastical experience then the previous films but if you are a fan of Jack Sparrow and the series I am sure you will find some fun in this picture. Will and Elizabeth are gone and we pick up where the last few moments of At […]Read more "Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides"
Review: The King’s Speech
The King’s Speech is a fantastic retelling of King George VI over coming his speech impediment and his rise to the throne that is funny, sharp, and interesting every step of the way. Prince Albert was always a well respected leader and Duke in England and among the family but the rise of the wireless […]Read more "Review: The King’s Speech"
The Decade’s Best – Munich (2005)
Steven Spielberg’s – Munich (2005) Steven Spielberg continued his successful run of historical period pieces with this spy/thriller of sorts following the Israeli reaction to 1972 Munich Olympic hostage massacre that not only captures the tension of assassination, but perfectly conveys the right vs. wrong of the Israel/Palestine conflict. The film opens amid a flashback […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – Munich (2005)"
This latest stop motion animated drama is an odd, lonely, and somewhat interesting tale that doesn’t do anything special and leaves you a bit bewildered with everything. The film focuses on a set of individuals living in an apartment building as they all deal with issues in their lives while also coming rather loosely connected […]Read more "Review: $9.99"
Review: Elizabeth: The Golden Age
The follow up to the Oscar nominated film, Elizabeth, allows Cate Blanchett to get back into the role that made her famous and the result is a mixed bag. Spain is threatening the rule of England and their way of life as the King Phillip of Spain uses the command of God and spread of […]Read more "Review: Elizabeth: The Golden Age"