Zac: Fantastic Four is almost a great superhero movie, with a lot of great stuff in there from Josh Trank, before the film falls apart when it tries to be something it’s not in the end. Lauren: Uuuggggghhhh… Wwwhhhhhyyyyyy are you so stupid…Read more "Dissecting Fantastic Four – Not That Bad?"
I thought I already knew what my least favorite movie of the year was months ago, but Fantastic Four might have just dethroned Jupiter Ascending considering that at least had Channing Tatum going for it.Read more "Film Review: Fantastic Four"
For a while now it seems as if most superhero film related updates have come with lots of necessity for heavy sighs and rage quitting the internet to get away from the news. I know I’m not alone in this. Most scowling has been directed at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Fantastic Four has […]Read more "The Breakdown: Fantastic Four Official Teaser Trailer"
A week or two has passed now since most sites have posted their end of the year write-ups, and I still find myself debating what to put on my movie list. After much self degradation I have finally come to terms with the fact that my list will be nothing like that of the Oscar’s […]Read more "HST 2014 in Review: Movies"
Lars von Trier has finally unleashed Nymphomaniac and the result is an engrossing character study that is a master class of craft and balance of tone.Read more "Film Review: Nymphomaniac"
Not just any movie gets one of the stars to do a commentary track over its trailer, so Man On A Ledge must clearly be something special. Right?Read more "Film Review: Man On A Ledge"
Man on a Ledge is an adequate at best thriller that has an impressive cast, but is seemingly too guided by the studio hand to excel in any area of the filmmaking process.Read more "Film Review: Man on a Ledge"
The Adventures of Tintin is a wonderful action-adventure that allows director Steven Spielberg to unleash every action beat/camera move he has never been able to do with the freedom of motion capture.Read more "Film Review: The Adventures of Tintin"
Cary Fukunaga’s Jane Eyre is a beautifully crafted and well executed film whose subject matter will resonate wonderfully with fans of the genre and even entertain many that don’t sit so well with classic English romances. The film follows the title character from her privileged but torturous beginnings in a wealthy relatives care before moving […]Read more "Review: Jane Eyre"
The Eagle may not be the best film of the year, but for something that I had written off based on the trailer it is definitely far more entertaining and enjoyable than I ever expected. And that’s for reasons far more universal than the pleasure of a brief glimpse of Channing Tatum’s “homewrecking” abs. (Boyfriend’s […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Eagle"