Peter Jackson brings his Hobbit trilogy to a close with The Battle of the Five Armies, and it is the hardest to call a singular film in this new trilogy.Read more "Dissecting The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"
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"
The Hobbit returns to the big screen with The Desolation of Smaug, and while it’s on par with the first I think most people will appreciate its added momentum; even if it loses its characters at times.Read more "Dissecting The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug"
Zac: Eleven years after we were first whisked away to Middle Earth, Peter Jackson is taking us back with The Hobbit. While it might not match it’s LOTR predecessors, it is still a joy to be back in this world and on another adventure through new and familiar corners of Middle Earth. Lauren: …says Zac.Read more "HST…Film Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"
The Twilight Saga comes to an end with Breaking Dawn – Part 2, is it a movie for just the diehards or can layman folk enjoy this final chapter of the polarazing series.Read more "HST…Film Review: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2"
With last week’s high praise from Zac (read his review here), it’s time to give a second opinion on the film that is already getting Oscar buzz, Lincoln.Read more "A Second Opinion: Lincoln"
Lincoln is the latest from Spielberg and it does not disappoint. The acting and filmmaking are what you expect from Spielberg and Daniel Day Lewis gives one of the best performance of the year.Read more "Film Review: Lincoln"
Ceremony is the directorial debut feature for Max Winkler and it is a pretty impressive comedic debut, featuring a wonderful lead performance by Michael Angarano. The film follows Sam, Angarano, and his “best friend” Marshall as they head out of the city to the country to a beachside vacation spot seemingly for the weekend. Sam […]Read more "Review: Ceremony"
Robert DeNiro had a long gestating dream project about the origins of the C.I.A. Sitting on it for ten years he was finally able to bring it to fruition in 2006. Taking on a pacing and tone of its title character Edward Wilson, a collected, cold, calculated, subtle, and methodical man that helps give birth […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – The Good Shepherd (2006)"