Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues doesn’t live up to original, but might have the potential to grow on future viewings; much like its predecessor.Read more "Dissecting Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"
That’s right, my write-up for rentals has changed yet again. This time around (and hopefully I will stick to it this time) I will write up little blurbs about the movies I have seen in the past week on Fridays, giving you suggestions for what to pick up and what to avoid when considering what […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass have teamed up on an adaptation of Imperial Life in the Emerald City and the result is a decent political action hybrid that runs into some pretty big third act issues that really hurt the picture. The story follows Chief Miller a WMD team leader for the Army and is […]Read more "Review: Green Zone"
Flash of Genius is a serious drama about the true life struggles of Bob Kearns who had to fight the major motor companies for vindication on his creation, and the results are a solid offering, even though it might be a bit of heavy material. Bob Kearns (Greg Kinnear) is an engineering professor who was […]Read more "Review: ‘Flash of Genius’"
Ricky Gervais teams with David Koepp to make a great debut as a film lead for American audiences in a film that is a bit familiar but fresh and funny enough to keep you entertained. Frank (Greg Kinnear) is walking along the streets of New York having a cell phone conversation with his wife, followed […]Read more "Review: Ghost Town"
An interesting look at love that dissects a number of individuals’ lives that are all closely connected and the consequences and effects love has on this group of individuals. Morgan Freeman serves as a mediator and father figure for all of these individuals as he deals with his issues with his family while trying to […]Read more "Review: Feast of Love"