It’s pretty hard to follow up a fantastic premiere, and Boardwalk Empire seemed to have that exact problem. This week’s episode wasn’t bad by any means, but it just didn’t deliver in the same way the premiere was able to. That being said, the problems are beginning to pile up for Nucky thanks to Gyp Rosetti making […]Read more "TV Without Commercials: Boardwalk Empire 3.2"
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"
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo takes a bit to find its way, but once it does it is a marvelous tale of filmmaking and wonder that is, quite possibly, the best use of 3D yet.Read more "Film Review: Hugo"
After watching last nights episode of Boardwalk Empire I was left with the feeling that the show would finally become a one protagonist series as opposed to the two protagonists, who have been fighting for supremacy over one another for as long as this show has been on the air. Nucky’s reign has come to an end. The legal […]Read more "TV Without Commercials Review: Boardwalk Empire 2.8"
First things first, if you haven’t seen A Serious Man, I would recommend watching it before reading this. If you don’t follow my advice, don’t get mad at me when I tell you that Bruce Willis was a ghost…I’ve said too much… After I finished watching A Serious Man last year, I was stunned. It […]Read more "A Serious Analysis"
The Coen brothers annual entry, A Serious Man, is their oddest film since Barton Fink and for all the thought provoking twists and turns that may befuddle, it remains a funny and often hilariously sad portrait of a man trying to find himself. Setting you up for something different from the get go, we dive […]Read more "Review: A Serious Man"