Peter Jackson brings his Hobbit trilogy to a close with The Battle of the Five Armies, and it is the hardest to call a singular film in this new trilogy.Read more "Dissecting The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"
Cloud Atlas is a fantastic piece of audacious and exhilarating filmmaking that is unlike just about anything you have ever seen in a movie theater.Read more "Film Review: Cloud Atlas"
The Wachowski’s return to the big screen with Cloud Atlas – a movie with an incredible premise that should be able to hold together a three hour movie. However, some of the acting and writing makes for a more frustrating film than a philosophical one.Read more "Movie Review: Cloud Atlas"
Whether you’re a fan of Transformers or Michael Bay, there is a strong likelihood that Transformers: A Tribute to Michael Bay will not disappoint you. However, if you are a fan of quality film making, then maybe it’s time to finally skip out on the Transformers series. Okay, so most of you probably know that […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Transformers: Dark of the Moon"
A couple of weeks ago I excitedly told my aunt that I was going to Comic Con in a week, with a big ol’ smile on my face. I didn’t really expect her to be jealous, but I was overly excited. Then she asked if it was a gathering of comics or something. As in […]Read more "Comic-Con International 2010 – My Experience in Nerd Heaven"
The Wolfman took a long and rough road to the screen and the results are a rather poor to mixed affair that lacks direction, plot, and quality acting from a talented group of filmmakers. The film follows the return home of one, Lawrence Talbot, who is summoned back to his family’s estate after learning of […]Read more "Review: The Wolfman"
When it was announced that Peter Jackson, a small time and rather unknown Kiwi director, was going to be taking over the reigns of one of the most sought after and daunting film tasks in the history of cinema many didn’t expect a whole lot. But one came out of this man’s mind is an […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – The Lord of the Rings (2001-2004)"