I didn’t think I would say this after how much hatred boiled up from the depth of my soul after ending Cassandra Clare’s novel, but I actually enjoyed the movie adaptation of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.Read more "Film Review: The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones"
Fruitvale Station tries to create an emotional tale about a tragic loss, but it fails to connect with the audience on almost any level.Read more "Film Review: Fruitvale Station"
Real Steel is a slick and polished sports flick that features some great effects, solid acting, and nothing you haven’t seen already.Read more "Film Review: Real Steel"
Real Steel still has some large flaws in many ways, but it isn’t hard to say that it has dethroned a certain transforming summer blockbuster from its spot as the top robot movie of the year (which it was only perched on because of a lack of competition).Read more "Film Review: Real Steel"
I Am Number Four is a tough film to review as it starts off as a bit of a mess, in that it really doesn’t know what it wants to be, and then gets really fraking awesome for the last fifteen or twenty minutes or so. The film follows Four, a Lorien alien who was […]Read more "Review: I Am Number Four"
I sure hope the man upstairs is too busy going about his Godly chores to sit down and watch this movie, because if he does, Legion might just be reason enough to bring on the next apocalypse. As the story goes, when God loses faith in mankind he catastrophically shakes his global Etch-A-Sketch to clear […]Read more "Rental Review – Legion"
Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe reteam yet again for a new spin on the Robin Hood, a grounded origin story, and while I enjoyed much of the film there is a lot of things you catch yourself going; huh?. We all know the story of Robin Hood, right? Well Scott and Crowe take us on […]Read more "Review: Robin Hood (2010)"
The X-Men franchise returns with an origin story of its main character Wolverine, and the end result is a fun, action filled summer movie that gets the season off on the right foot. James Howlett was born in the early 1800’s, a consistently sick boy; his father is murdered by vengeful neighbor who is father […]Read more "Review: X-Men Origins Wolverine"