Draft Day holds on too tight to its playbook as it dully, and predictably, slogs towards an entertaining finale.Read more "Film Review: Draft Day"
Dallas Buyers Club is a great character study that gives Matthew McConaughey a chance to show off a level of range he’s never really had a chance to show off.Read more "Film Review: Dallas Buyers Club"
In this week’s “For You Renting Pleasure” we’re celebrating the letter B with Beasts of the Southern Wild and Butter. Sesame Street would be so proud.Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
With the actors attached to this remake, Arthur does have a ton of moments of comedic magic, but this is not enough to completely overcompensate for the unsurprisingly overdone storyline. The story follows Arthur, a bajillionaire who was born into money and now has no inclination to make his own. Living large as a playboy […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Arthur"
Arthur is a fine little romantic comedy that is fairly paint by numbers and doesn’t bring much new to the genre, but the cast makes it an entertaining enough affair that is worth watching if a fan of them. The film is a remake of the 1981 film of the same name, which stared Dudley […]Read more "Review: Arthur"
I still stand behind the fact that I am not a fan of this day, but Valentine’s Day has at least warmed my heart enough to be capable of acknowledging it as an acceptable holiday. But just this once. In a nutshell, Valentine’s Day takes a group of characters that tie together in simple ways […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Valentine’s Day"
Valentine’s Day is a bunch of good actors, looking pretty, and doing decent work in paint by numbers plot and unimaginative entry into the rom-com genre; whose formula has been done much better in a few films still fresh in the memory. Now, this film is bound to bring in the bank for a number […]Read more "Review: Valentine’s Day"
Ricky Gervais makes his American writing and directing debut with the help of Matthew Robinson and the results are a dramedy that doesn’t deliver the laugh a minute pace you might be expecting, but it doesn’t try to and it works fairly well. The premise of the film is very high concept and takes place […]Read more "Review: The Invention Of Lying"
Matthew McConaughey’s latest romantic comedy is neither anything special, nor a terribly horrible experience with a couple of good laughs mixed in for good measure. Connor Mead is a successful fashion photographer that jumps from woman to woman with no remorse at all as he shatters there heart. When Connor’s brother is set to get […]Read more "Review: Ghost of Girlfriends Past"