The Accountant is a silly movie that thinks it is serious, and that’s a shame, because it could have been something really interesting if it had turned into the fun it could of had.Read more "Film Review: The Accountant"
Now that we’re down the sequel road quite a bit in the Terminator series it’s hard not to tell Arnold to maybe get lost somewhere along the scenic route as he makes good on his iconic “I’ll be back” catchphrase. Do I really want to see a past-his-prime action star trying to relieve his youth […]Read more "Film Review: Terminator Genisys"
As the Academy Awards are around the corner, I took a look back at the best films of 2014. Also, I answered the tough questions like: what was the best Tom Cruise movie of 2014?Read more "Grant’s Film Awards for 2014"
Zac: So Lauren, you and I both saw Contraband this week, the new film staring Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale, Ben Foster and Giovanni Ribisi about a bunch of smugglers trying to iron out a family debt; what did you think?Read more "HST… Film Review: Contraband"
Diablo Cody’s second screenplay is full of great ideas and a number of good lines but something keeps Jennifer’s Body from gelling into a well paced and entertaining picture that seems to be hiding in there like the demons inside our title character. The story follows the school’s hottest girl Jennifer and her best friend […]Read more "Queue Review: Jennifer’s Body"
For a movie about flavored extract, Extract sure is bland. For the most part, Joel lives a pretty mediocre life. He lives comfortably in his nice house with a nice car in the driveway, but its hard to be content with this with an annoyingly outspoken neighbor and a wife that uses sweat pants as […]Read more "Rental Review: Extract"
Up in the Air is a painfully honest film that not only looks into the lives of our three main leads but will cause a number of viewers to reflect back on their own in these troubling times. Jason Reitman adapts the novel by Walter Kim into a funny and sad tale that takes us […]Read more "Review: Up in the Air"
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel star in this solid comedy that is fairly original but lacks something that puts it into that upper pantheon of comedies over the last few years. Peter Klaven (Rudd) has just got engaged to Zooey (Rashida Jones) when it dawns upon the couple that Peter doesn’t really have a candidate […]Read more "Review: I Love You, Man"