The Lobster’s first half might be a perfect movie, and while the second half doesn’t quite stack up, it’s still one of the best alternative reality films I have ever seen.Read more "Film Review: The Lobster"
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"
As soon as this continuation of the Bourne films was announced it was much debated how the story would continue on without the title character involved. Then with Jeremy Renner eventually attached it seemed like there was nothing to worry about; it just turns out we may have been looking in the wrong place for […]Read more "Film Review: The Bourne Legacy"
Dream House is an interesting idea, not a horror film, and has no idea what to do with itself; crumbling under a ridiculous exposition heavy third act twist that is almost laughable. Poor and misleading marketing will make reactions to this film far worse then It deserves though as there could have been something here.Read more "Film Review: Dream House"
Peter Jackson’s latest adaptation is visually stunning but feels like a cliff notes version of the novel and on its own right doesn’t go deep enough into these characters relationships and feelings to connect us as emotionally as possible with the rich material. The story follows the path of Susie Salmon a 14 year old […]Read more "Review: The Lovely Bones"
I saw this movie last October and I stand by my opinion from then, and infact, I liked it even more the second time around. Rian Johnson is back with another solid entry in his sophomore debut, which is full of humor, style, and great work by everyone involved, all mixed with a story that […]Read more "Re-Post-Review: The Brothers Bloom"
Rian Johnson is back with another solid entry in his sophomore debut, which is full of humor, style, and great work by everyone involved, all mixed with a story that really makes you care about the characters and their plot they are involved in. Stephen (Mark Ruffalo) and Bloom (Adrien Brody) have been con men […]Read more "Review: The Brothers Bloom"