Edgar Wright proves once again that he’s one of the best directors of this generation with his passion project, Baby Driver.Read more "Film Review: Baby Driver"
Elvis & Nixon is pretty much a disaster, except for Michael Shannon’s fun take on Elvis, but I still don’t think that is enough for you to bother with the film.Read more "Elvis & Nixon"
For those of you who pay any attention to my postings then you may have noticed that there has apparently been little going on in my life, cuz let’s face it, we are not all as cool as Zac. I mean, I didn’t even have one thing to put in a suggestion box last week. […]Read more "Two Weeks Put Off By Mass Effect (AKA Reviews of Monsters vs Aliens and Moon)"
Grant Heslov’s feature debut is an inspired, weird, odd, and fun tale that has some wonderful origins that far surpass an aimless plot that occupies the other half of the film. The plot surrounds a journalist, Bob Wilton, who is looking to maybe win his ex back by going to Iraq during the early stages […]Read more "Review: The Men Who Stare at Goats"
Duncan Jones makes his feature debut with this fantastic sci-fi film that digs into the psyche of the mind and what it means to be human and it is all fueled by a marvelous performance by Sam Rockwell. Helium-3 has saved the earth’s energy problems. A world on the verge of destroying itself through pollution […]Read more "Review: Moon"
21 is the worst film I have seen in years and it astonishes me that so many people recommended this film to me. The film follows an MIT student, Ben (Jim Sturgess) who is trying to find a way to get enough money to go to Harvard Med School and has no where to turn. […]Read more "Review: 21"