Stoker is a creepy and sexy coming of age film at it’s heart, and for it’s star Mia Wasikowska, while Park Chan-wook proves he can excel in any language.Read more "Film Review: Stoker"
Just Go With It has a couple of funny moments sprinkled into a contrived and implausible mess of a plot that is only kept afloat by its appealing group of actors. Sandler’s latest comedy romance flick is a bit confused with what it wants to be as it openly embraces broad physical comedy as well […]Read more "Review: Just Go With It"
Hey guys! Lauren here with the news that I am going to be changing things up a bit on my end. The majority of the time I try to write a review for any movie that I am watching for the first time, but as I have been going on that has been getting a […]Read more "A Delayed Response – Nine; The Young Victoria; Avatar: The Last Airbender (TV Series); Party Down"
Nine is Rob Marshall’s return to musicals and the result is a bit unexpected but full of quality performances and entertaining musical numbers that entertain nearly from start to finish. The film picks up ten days prior to the start date of Guido Contini’s latest and ninth film and the stars, the costumes, the sets […]Read more "Review: Nine"
Baz Luhrmann’s long gestating epic is a solid visual feast that is a bit disjointed story wise, but remains an entertaining film nonetheless. Nullah is the films narrator and he is a young aboriginal boy who lives and helps around Far Away Downs, which is a cattle ranch owned by Lady Sarah Ashley’s (Nicole Kidman) […]Read more "Review: Australia"
Noah Baumbach’s follow up to 2005’s Squid and the Whale continues with that films dysfunctional family theme and it works just as splendidly for Margot as it did with fore mentioned film. Baumbach’s writing is just stellar with his off-beat sense of humor and a knack at finding hilarity in the awkwardness and uncomfortable settings […]Read more "Review: Margot at the Wedding"