13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi might be Michael Bay’s best film, as his apolitical take on that night’s events serves as an excellent template for his action filmmaking skills.Read more "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi"
The Walk finds Robert Zemeckis fighting against the superior documentary on the same subject, Man on Wire, but his realization of the titular walk is worth the price of admission.Read more "Film Review: The Walk"
The Lone Ranger is a bloated, brutal and beautiful western that has a lot to say about history and can be a lot of fun when it wants to.Read more "Film Review: The Lone Ranger"
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"
Robert Zemeckis returns from the motion capture world to give us another movie with a plane crash and a pretty great staring turn by Denzel Washington.Read more "Film Review: Flight"
Joe Carnahan’s latest, The Grey, is half a great movie, it’s a shame it probably never would have gotten made if they didn’t have to include those wolves.Read more "Film Review: The Grey"
Steve McQueen’s Shame features the best performance of the year in Michael Fassbender and might also be the best film of 2011 on top of that.Read more "Film Review: Shame"
Robert Redford’s latest is a fine looking and produced telling of a fairly unknown story in American history that fails to really excel to anything more than a straight forward court room drama that serves as a parallel to our modern day travails with prosecuting through Guantanamo Bay. Now you might ask how a movie […]Read more "Review: The Conspirator"