The Gift is a twisted little thriller that never tries to be more than it is and had me guessing until I was supposed to put it all together.Read more "Film Review: The Gift"
Transcendence is the directorial debut from Wally Pfister and the result is a terrible mess of a movie.Read more "Film Review: Transcendence"
Iron Man 3 is the start of the Summer Movie Season and while it might not really be the Iron Man film you were expecting, it is still sure to please.Read more "Film Review: Iron Man 3"
I have some confessions to make: Even with the persistent recommendation from a certain reviewer on this site I have never really had the inclination to see Ben Affleck’s first directed big screen film, Gone Baby Gone. (2) I seem to have a subconscious aversion to films involving bank robbery. No Inside Man or Public […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Town"
Ben Affleck’s second directorial effort is as strong as his first, Gone Baby Gone, and is a very good crime/bank robbery movie that is tough to complain about. The film follows Doug MacRay, a bank robber, and his team as they run through a series of jobs which events lead to Doug wanting to finally […]Read more "Review: The Town"
Ron Howards latest is a nice little film about history that does a fine job of humanizing Nixon while still holding him accountable, and is full of a number good performances. Richard M. Nixon (Frank Langella) is the only president to ever resign from office, and in doing so a nation was cheated and robbed […]Read more "Review: Frost/Nixon"
Woody Allen’s latest continues his recent string of high quality productions and nestles right between Match Point and Cassandra’s Dream as his second best film of the last 5 years or so. Vicky (Rebecca Hall) is an engaged girl who is in love with her husband and the idea of classic love out of a […]Read more "Review: Vicky Cristina Barcelona"