Inherent Vice is an epic and hazy descent into a weird and wonderful 70’s LA world and Paul Thomas Anderson happily takes us there.Read more "Film Review: Inherent Vice"
Mud is the follow up for Take Shelter director Jeff Nichols and while a very different film than its predecessor, it’s almost as successful.Read more "Film Review: Mud"
Zac: This Means War is the latest film from director McG, whose previous efforts I have had a lot of fun with. The Charlie’s Angels film and Terminator Salvation are at their worst fun action films and that is what I hoped for here. Sadly, I was ultimately disappointed with the end product, even with […]Read more "HST… Film Review: This Means War"
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"
Water for Elephants is a sharp looking and acted classic romantic tale that is hampered by a pretty awful script that feels like we are missing large chunks of the story. The film opens in the present day with an old man named Jacob lost at the circus as his son has failed to meet […]Read more "Review: Water for Elephants"
How Do You Know provides a couple sporadic laughs but is more or less an abysmal failure of a movie at every turn. The story revolves around Lisa, an aging Olympic softball star, who gets cut from Team USA and finds herself trying to figure her life out. Her life happens to run into a […]Read more "Review: How Do You Know"
For those of you who pay any attention to my postings then you may have noticed that there has apparently been little going on in my life, cuz let’s face it, we are not all as cool as Zac. I mean, I didn’t even have one thing to put in a suggestion box last week. […]Read more "Two Weeks Put Off By Mass Effect (AKA Reviews of Monsters vs Aliens and Moon)"
Seth Gordon’s feature debut is unfortunately a lackluster affair, though is saved from being a complete atrocity from the work of Vince Vaughn (though, he has been far, far better at times). Brad and Kate have been a happily unmarried couple for three years now, they are successful, live together, and have no interest in […]Read more "Review: Four Christmases"