2013 has been full of directors’ sophomore efforts, like any year, only none of these films are living up to their director’s previous works.Read more "Dissecting The Directorial Sophomore Slumps of 2013"
With a poor choice made with my Netflix instant selection of Calvin Marshall, thank goodness there are men like Martin McDonagh to make everything all right again with films like In Bruges.Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Daniel Craig is back as Bond, James Bond. Lauren and Zac discuss how it stands up against Craig’s other Bond films and the series as a whole.Read more "HST…Film Review: Skyfall"
2010’s Clash of the Titans may not be the best film by far, but for a blockbuster with quite the action and visual effects filled center, it is a movie I honestly don’t get sick of watching when I just want to get lost in something. With this base and quite the exciting trailer, Wrath […]Read more "Film Review: Wrath of the Titans"
The Deathly Hallows: Part II is an exciting, heart pumping, and near perfect finale to the Harry Potter series. We last left our heroes as they escaped Malfoy Manor and our villain had acquired the Deathly Hallow, the Elder Wand. Harry, Hermione, and Ron pick right back up where they left off, on the trail […]Read more "Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II"
A few years back when the last Harry Potter book was released I went with my sister to pick up her reserved copy at Borders. Stepping hesitantly into the throngs of Potter devotees I picked a seemingly safe place away from the costumed clusters animatedly discussing their favorite memories from the series and what is […]Read more "Now Playing – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1"
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 definitely feels like a part one, but it is executed nearly perfectly and it sets the stage for The Deathly Hallows to easily be the best of the Potter films when it is all said and done. Picking up more or less right where the last film […]Read more "Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1"
The first feature film from the brilliant British duo Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais is a bit more of a dramatic affair but still serves as an excellent, if a tad conventional, portrait of an era with their excellent blend of humor, sadness, and reality. The film follows three friends form a rundown section of […]Read more "Review: Cemetery Junction (Now Out on Blu-Ray/DVD)"
Clash of the Titans starts with a narration explaining how the stories of the Greek gods have been written in the stars for all to see. Well, as pretty as those twinkling night-lights are they don’t really do justice to the action sequences of the myths, which is where this film steps in. Like with […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Clash of the Titans"
Clash of the Titans is a an unoriginal, pretty dumb, sword and sandals epic that looks great, has solid action and effects, with some superb art design/production values and the result is an entertaining and fun flick that I enjoyed even when I was chuckling at the cheesiness. Perseus is the son of Zeus, his […]Read more "Review: Clash of the Titans"