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"
Back during San Diego Comic-Con 2010 TRON: Legacy was easily one of the biggest crowd pleasers. Sure the panel swayed the audience by putting our voices into the movie (unless it was all just a mean trick to laugh at us stumbling over their “follow the bouncing ball” games), but the footage they brought worked […]Read more "Now Playing Review – TRON: Legacy"
TRON: Legacy returns the 80’s property to the screen with incredible visuals, a magnificent score, fantastic 3-D, inventive action, and an attempt at sci-fi world building that is ambitious and interesting but falls a bit short of being entirely clear or fascinating. Picking up 20 or so years after the original film, Flynn had gone […]Read more "Review: TRON: Legacy"
Tim Burton’s latest collaboration with Johnny Depp is a gigantic, uninspired, and boring mess of an adaptation of the Alice in Wonderland mythology. The story is a sequel to Disney’s previous animated version of Alice in Wonderland and picks up some years later with Alice, now nineteen, about to be married off to the son […]Read more "Review: Alice in Wonderland – 2010"
The Twilight Saga returns with a new director, a new set of monsters, and a New Moon, but the film feels rather rehashed and far to similar to previous film instead this time it is girl meets wolf; compare to girl meets vampire. Everything starts off alright, in fact it was making me feel quite […]Read more "Review: The Twilight Saga: New Moon"
The prequel and third film of the Underworld franchise is a fairly straight forward tale that is executed well and will please any fan of the series as it settles in as the second best film in the trilogy. Viktor (Bill Nighy) is the leader of a vampire clan somewhere in Europe and they survive […]Read more "Review: Underworld: Rise of the Lycans"
Ron Howards latest is a nice little film about history that does a fine job of humanizing Nixon while still holding him accountable, and is full of a number good performances. Richard M. Nixon (Frank Langella) is the only president to ever resign from office, and in doing so a nation was cheated and robbed […]Read more "Review: Frost/Nixon"