During a time in which superhero films are running rampant, it was no surprise that the subgenre of the normal man fighting crime would quickly get in on the action. Super, Griff the Invisible, and Defendor all have their places, and that’s just naming a few. And somewhere in the middle, there is Kick-Ass.Read more "Dissecting Kick-Ass 2: Does It Live Up To Its Title?"
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone should be better than it is, but it betrays audiences by giving us an unredeemable lead character and projects every joke from a mile away.Read more "Film Review: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone"
One of the surprise films to do better than some of the actual superhero adaptations to screen has to be Kick-Ass (I still have to give Super a second chance), so it was only a matter of time before this film got the sequel it deserved. And the trailer does not disappoint. See it, and […]Read more "The Breakdown: Kick-Ass 2 Trailer"
Robert Zemeckis’ third foray into the 3-D motion capture world is a retelling of the classic A Christmas Carol and the results are a beautiful and well executed version of the classic tale that could easily become many peoples “go to” version of the fateful night of Ebenezer Scrooge. The tale of Scrooge doesn’t really […]Read more "Review: A Christmas Carol"
Jim Carrey’s latest isn’t a wholly original piece of work, but it is funny, with a joke never really falling flat for this viewer. Carrey plays a Carl, loan approver at bank and has no sign of upward mobility in his job, Carl avoids his friends, and says ‘no’ to just about everything. Enter a […]Read more "Review: Yes Man"