mother! is a divisive film, right down to its unconventional title. While Zac adheres to the brilliance of Aronofsky, Grant keeps rubbing at the bloody spot.Read more "mother! A Discussion about Everything from God to Bloody Light Bulbs"
mother! is the latest from Darren Aronofsky and it is in line with the director’s previous work, incredible and visceral filmmaking that enraptures you from start to finish.Read more "Film Review: mother!"
The Counselor is the latest from Ridley Scott with an original script from Cormac McCarthy and the results are often terrible.Read more "Film Review: The Counselor"
To the Wonder is the latest from Terrence Malick and it is his most visually narrative feature yet; that is both a blessing and a curse over the course of the film.Read more "Film Review: To the Wonder"
Daniel Craig is back as Bond, James Bond. Lauren and Zac discuss how it stands up against Craig’s other Bond films and the series as a whole.Read more "HST…Film Review: Skyfall"
Alright people, it’s almost the end of the year – which means some big releases are coming out. Some of the biggest albums, movies, and video games are slatted for release, making for one incredible last quarter in 2012. Enough of this, let’s get to our selections.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012 – Quarter 4 (October – December)"
Biutiful is a wonderful follow up to Babel from Alejandro González Iñárritu and features another fantastic performance from the always great Javier Bardem. Bardem plays Uxbal who is a middle man of sorts between a number of shady enterprises and his life quickly becomes more complicated after a visit to the doctor. Separated from his […]Read more "Review: Biutiful"
Eat Pray Love is a dull and poorly executed picture that meanders, is no where near as good as it thinks it is, and fails to engage or fill us with emotion almost every step of the way. Liz Gilbert isn’t happy in life and when she decides she can’t take it any more she […]Read more "Review: Eat Pray Love"
Woody Allen’s latest continues his recent string of high quality productions and nestles right between Match Point and Cassandra’s Dream as his second best film of the last 5 years or so. Vicky (Rebecca Hall) is an engaged girl who is in love with her husband and the idea of classic love out of a […]Read more "Review: Vicky Cristina Barcelona"
Milos Forman’s latest wow’s at the start but gets completely lost half way through, leaving one curious as to what happened to the picture by the end. Brother Lorenzo (Javier Bardem) opens the film calling for the inquisition to return Spain to a god fearing state as they evaluate paintings of Goya that depict the […]Read more "Review: Goya’s Ghost"