Middle of the Row – The Podcast: 031 – We Can’t Shut Up About A Quiet Place
Film Review: A Quiet Place
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi might be Michael Bay’s best film, as his apolitical take on that night’s events serves as an excellent template for his action filmmaking skills.Read more "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi"
Film Review: Big Miracle
Big Miracle is a surprisingly honest and political tale of community that has a bunch of good performances in a compelling story of survival.Read more "Film Review: Big Miracle"
Review: Something Borrowed
Something Borrowed is an abomination of a film that might look ok and feature competent acting; it’s just that they are trapped in a horrendous story filled with unlikable characters and completely unbelievable plot developments. The plot follows Rachel whose best friend Darcy is getting married to Rachel’s old crush Dex. Rachel and Dex were […]Read more "Review: Something Borrowed"
Review: Away We Go
Sam Mendes quickly returns with his latest film which is the anti thesis to his previous Revolutionary Road and the results are a fantastic look at parenting filled with heart, humor, and soul all rounded out by fantastic performances from everyone involved. Burt and Verona are in love, they are also having a baby, but […]Read more "Review: Away We Go"
George Clooney’s latest directorial effort is a pretty entertaining affair, if you know what to expect going in. And what should you expect you might ask? The movie is a throwback homage to the screwball comedies of yesteryear and does an excellent job of capturing the spirit and fun of those films. Set in the […]Read more "Review: Leatherheads"