How To Train Your Dragon 2 is a huge step back for everything the first film had going for it, except for its gorgeous visuals.Read more "Film Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2"
RoboCop returns to the big screen with a reboot that does its own thing, does it well, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.Read more "Dissecting RoboCop (2014) – A Worthy Reboot?"
This Is the End is as fun a time as you are going to have at the theater this summer, don’t miss out on it.Read more "Film Review: This Is the End"
When I originally heard that Disney was planning on making a feature length film based on the segment from the 1940s film Fantasia I was a little skeptical. Well, actually I was flooded with images of dancing hippos and potty training (don’t ask), but that’s neither here nor there. Like I was saying, I was […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice"
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is a fun and thoroughly enjoyable fantasy film that is fast paced and features some great performances by its leads; if only they could have gone a bit grander in the fights and action set pieces. The film opens with a little back story as we encounter Merlin fighting with Morgana who […]Read more "Review: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice"
DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon is an entertaining and adorable (don’t worry boys, you will still be manly if you see it) film that is by far one of their best attempts at removing Pixar from the computer animation throne. In the Viking community a name can say a lot about the person; so […]Read more "Now Playing Review – How To Train Your Dragon"
How to Train Your Dragon is a high quality effort from DreamWorks that while still a far cry from Pixar overcomes its duller moments with some really amazing scenes of wonder. The film follows our unlikely hero, Hiccup, who on an island full of Vikings that’s only goal is to fight dragons is not very […]Read more "Review: How To Train Your Dragon"
A film with hits and misses, Michael Cera continues his awkward guy shtick to good effect but there is little else to really suck you into this picture. Nick is a down on his luck high school kid who is still trying to get over his ex-girlfriend, Tris, by constantly sending her mix tapes only […]Read more "Review: Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist"
Ben Stiller returns to the director’s chair to direct this satirical farce on and gets pretty great results out of it. The film opens with a number of faux trailers and commercials for the stars in the film and they are pretty funny, but I won’t spoil those here; but they aren’t quite as good […]Read more "Review:Tropic Thunder"