Zac: Jupiter Ascending is big, fun and weird sci-fi from the Wachowskis that entertained me from start to finish; shortcomings and all. Lauren: Poop jokes are entertaining too, but at the end of the day they’re still just a pile of excrement. Jupiter Ascending is a big ol’ pile.Read more "Dissecting Jupiter Ascending"
Oz the Great and Powerful is a welcome return to the merry old land, even if it hits a couple “yellow brick potholes” along the way.Read more "Film Review: Oz the Great and Powerful"
Seth MacFarlane’s feature debut, Ted, doesn’t take the risks it thinks it does and it would have been nice to see him stay away from his comfort zone a bit more than he does here.Read more "Film Review: Ted"
A few weeks have passed since my last compilation post of movie rentals, and I should be ashamed at my lack of movie watching, but I have still spent a large percentage of my time wisely! We’re talking playing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword on that stupid Wii and rewatching all three previous seasons […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
…… O_O …… In order to sum up my thoughts on Black Swan you would have to determine what you could based on a blank expression that looked a little like that, mouth slightly more agape. That’s right, I really did just resort to an emoticon to review a film. Unsophisticated response? Maybe a little, […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Black Swan"
Black Swan is another fantastic entry into Darren Aronofsky’s filmography that is driven by a wonderful lead performance by Natalie Portman and could very well be my favorite film of the year when it is all said and done. The film follows Nina Sayers who has been a background ballet performer in an elite New […]Read more "Review: Black Swan"
Throw together a lone figure with their own arsenal of weapons and a post apocalyptic world and you have the potential of a pretty cool film. But you also have the same description of about a billion other movies out today. Though we will trudge through the familiar in The Book of Eli, the end […]Read more "Rental Review – The Book of Eli"
If Date Night were a blind date between you and another person (as opposed to what, I don’t know) then I would say that the date is going pretty well. Sure there are times when some traits are revealed that you aren’t really sure if you want to stick around for, and sometimes they make […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Date Night"
Date Night works by pairing two comedy greats together, letting them do what they do best, fills the supporting cast with some great actors, and doesn’t drag at all over its crisp runtime. The premise is easy to grasp by simply watching a trailer or TV spot, a suburban couple, the Fosters, goes into the […]Read more "Review: Date Night"