Now You See Me 2 is such a disaster on a script level that even a couple of fun performances don’t even come close to making this thing watchable.Read more "Film Review: Now You See Me 2"
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is trying to do way too much, it rarely stops to breath, but if you are up for going with that crazy flow you will probably enjoy most of the experience.Read more "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice"
The End of the Tour is like sitting in on an intelligent conversation with varying amounts of moments of relevance, with two compelling performances driving it forward.Read more "Film Review: The End of the Tour"
Walking into the screening of American Ultra I heard a couple of viewers wondering if the movie would be a lot like Adventureland, the last movie in which Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart played the leads together. Quick answer? No. No it is not. Maybe had Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig turned out to be […]Read more "Film Review: American Ultra"
The last time I saw a film about bank robbing was when The Town was in theaters, and I don’t know about you but my self-emanating laugh track was not in danger of being worn out that day. 30 Minutes or Less goes for the apposing drama mask for its take on the heist film […]Read more "Film Review: 30 Minutes or Less"
David Fincher’s latest is forever going to be known as “the Facebook Movie” but it will also be held up there with his finest works which is a filmography very few directors can touch. The Social Network is a look at the creation, rise, and legal woes of Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook in a […]Read more "Review: The Social Network"
If you cannot see the greatness of Zombieland, then you are as dead as the majority of the population of this film. In the near future, the majority of the population of the United States has turned into a flesh-feeding mass due to a freakish incident that I would not dare to give away. We […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Zombieland"
Ruben Fleischer’s feature debut is an extremely fun zombie comedy that is definitely more comedy than any of the many other genres on display here, which isn’t a bad thing since it is frequently hilarious. The zombie apocalypse is well under way in the United States and the living dead vastly outnumber the living. We […]Read more "Review: Zombieland"
Greg Mottola’s follow up to Superbad shares little in common with that previous film, which isn’t a bad thing as this is an honest and sometimes sweet coming of age tale for a fresh college grad. James has a plan. As his graduation present his parents are supposed to help fund his trip to Europe […]Read more "Review: Adventureland"