Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 2
Lauren: I don’t care what anyone says: I’d much rather repeatedly kidnap Liam Neeson’s daughter than experience John Wick’s particular set of skills firsthand. Dude is scary.Read more "Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 2"
Film Review: Sisters
Sometime during your spree of 10 Star Wars: The Force Awakens viewings this weekend, consider being a force for good by seeing Sisters. Sisters equals happiness, which is the opposite of anger. And we all know what anger is on the path to.Read more "Film Review: Sisters"
Film Review: American Ultra
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"
Dissecting John Wick
John Wick knows exactly what it is and does what it wants pretty damn effectively.Read more "Dissecting John Wick"
Film Review: The Counselor
The Counselor is the latest from Ridley Scott with an original script from Cormac McCarthy and the results are often terrible.Read more "Film Review: The Counselor"
Dissecting Kick-Ass 2: Does It Live Up To Its Title?
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?"
Now Playing Review – The Lincoln Lawyer
When a book is adapted into a film usually it means that there is at least some promise to what is being presented, but let’s face it, as soon as you heard this title you wrote it off like I did. I mean, who wants to see some movie about a lawyer to a president […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Lincoln Lawyer"
Review: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
The third film in the trilogy is superior to the awful second, but doesn’t have the heart and all around quality of the first film in the series; and it utilizes the use of 3-D fairly well in a couple of key action scenes. Diego, Manny, and Sid are all living together in there own […]Read more "Review: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs"