Results is a shaggy character study with three great performances, but the film never really hooked me in to the drama around the characters.Read more "Film Review: Results"
Iron Man 3 is the start of the Summer Movie Season and while it might not really be the Iron Man film you were expecting, it is still sure to please.Read more "Film Review: Iron Man 3"
“For Your Renting Pleasure” is back, compiling the movies that I’ve waited till now to see. Looking for something to rent this upcoming weekend? Here are a few selections to either consider or avoid: 10 Years, Lawless, or Ruby Sparks.Read more "For You Renting Pleasure"
Prometheus came out on Blu-ray yesterday, go pick it up, and I assume those of you that missed it in theaters might want to check out our previous write up on the mysterious of the film. So here is a nice re-post! Lauren and I both enjoyed (her review & my review) Prometheus this weekend and […]Read more "Dissecting Prometheus: Unanswered Questions"
Prometheus is a gorgeous, thrilling, and creative sci-fi/fantasy that is only a mis-step or two away from excellence.Read more "Film Review: Prometheus"
After seeing Prometheus it is easy to find meaning in why they chose this name for the film (and ship). For those of you who don’t know about this titan in Greek mythology, Prometheus stole fire from the gods to give to humans, something that he was torturously punished for. And here, we have a […]Read more "Film Review: Prometheus"
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 latest effort from Kathryn Bigelow is a gritty and realistic look into the life of an Iraq War bomb squad that is thrilling when defusing the bombs but meanders a bit when not. In and around Iraq during our skirmish over there since we went to war in the country, the enemy has been […]Read more "Review: The Hurt Locker"