Kong is king. Plain and simple.Read more "Film Review: Kong: Skull Island"
The Lobster’s first half might be a perfect movie, and while the second half doesn’t quite stack up, it’s still one of the best alternative reality films I have ever seen.Read more "Film Review: The Lobster"
Zac: Guardians of the Galaxy is Marvel going full space epic and James Gunn brings a sense of fun and humor that helps it stand out & above most of their cinematic universe.
Lauren: Above is a strong word.Read more "Dissecting Guardians of the Galaxy"
Lauren and Zac discuss the latest Disney Animation entry and it should be right up their alley, but is it?Read more "HST…Film Review: Wreck-It Ralph"
The first non-micro budget feature from the Duplass brothers keeps the realistic tone, gets great performances out of their leads, and knocks the humor out of the park when it tries to be funny. Now, don’t let that last bit scare you, this film is a comedy first and foremost but there are many quiet […]Read more "Review: Cyrus"
Although Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant starts out strong introducing the feel of the world with it’s medley of circus freaks and animated opening credits, it doesn’t take long to realize that these credits are the most exciting part of this bland film. The Vampire’s Assistant combines the stories of the first three books […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant"
Shane Acker’s feature length debut is a bit of a half baked idea paired with astonishing visuals that in the end overcomes most of its short comings with its imagination and originality. 9 awakens in a world destroyed by war and immediately is thrown into an adventure to not only save a new friend, but […]Read more "Review: 9"
Martin Scorsese’s – The Aviator (2004) Martin Scorsese’s biopic of the entrepreneur and aviator Howard Hughes is a marvelous, entertaining, and interesting look into the life of one of the most unique, oddest, and accomplished individuals ever to capture and live in the public eye; all grounded by an extraordinary performance by Leonardo DiCaprio. Howard […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – The Aviator (2004)"
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay re-team, with the help of John C. Reilly, for their third picture together and falls way short of being as good as their previous entries. Brennan (Ferrell) and Dale (Reilly) are both 40 something men still living at home with their parents. Nancy, (Mary Steenburgen) Brennan’s mom, meets Robert (Richard […]Read more "Review: Step Brothers"