Nocturnal Animals is Tom Ford’s sophomore feature and he ambitiously weaves dual narratives to pretty successful results.Read more "Film Review: Nocturnal Animals"
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"
Midnight Special is another great film from Jeff Nichols, who continues to prove he is one of the best young directors to watch; especially when he’s in the sci-fi genre.Read more "Midnight Special"
Young Ones is a superb showcase of Jake Paltrow’s visual and world building skills, but misses hard on the character and story as he overstuffs and rushes his film.Read more "Film Review: Young Ones"
Lauren and Zac break down the biggest superhero release of the summer in Man of Steel and things might get a bit ugly.Read more "Dissecting Man of Steel: Does Superman Sink or Soar?"
Mud is the follow up for Take Shelter director Jeff Nichols and while a very different film than its predecessor, it’s almost as successful.Read more "Film Review: Mud"
Not that the others were disappointments or anything, but this was the Man of Steel trailer I’ve been waiting for.Read more "The Breakdown: Man of Steel Trailer 3"
Well, it’s been a while (once again) since I’ve written about this season of Boardwalk but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been watching (once again). Last week we saw Nucky in a way we have never seen him before, severly concussed. Not only was he in a terrible state of mind from his injuries, but […]Read more "TV Without Commercials: Boardwalk Empire 3.10"
The third season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, started off with a bang…or better yet a whack. Several whacks to be exact, Gyp Rossetti. Gyp, from New York, and Dean O’Banion from Chicago, are two new mobsters we have already been introduced to this season, and based on the premiere alone this season practically guarantees to deliver drama […]Read more "TV Without Commercials: Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Premiere"