Silver Linings Playbook is an interesting spin on the romantic comedy that keeps its feet firmly grounded before giving into some of that genre’s conventions in the final act.Read more "Film Review: Silver Linings Playbook"
Limitless is a visual interesting and fun movie to watch, but it feels quite thin on plot and message for such an interesting and cerebral subject matter. Neil Burger’s film follows Eddie Morra who is a struggling writer, recently dumped by his girlfriend, and has no signs of forward growth anywhere in the near or […]Read more "Review: Limitless"
Little Fockers greatly improves over the abysmal second act of this trilogy, but while I was consistently chuckling along the way, the film lacks any innovation with little we haven’t seen before in the genre; or series. Greg and Pam Focker have had a set of twins and they are close to celebrating their latest […]Read more "Review: Little Fockers"
With Robert De Niro and Edward Norton’s names resting comfortably atop the title of the film on the poster one would think that nothing could go wrong in Stone. Turns out choice acting doesn’t always make perfection. Instead the film still manages to sink like a stone. De Niro plays Jack Mabry, a parole officer […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Stone"
I found Jan Brewer’s beheaded bodies, they are in…Machete! The Grindhouse faux trailer turned feature length grind house film fits in perfectly with its predecessors, Planet Terror and Death Proof. The film is just as over the top, gory, and ludicrous as those that aforementioned double feature and is filled with same game talent beyond […]Read more "Review: Machete"
Usually a man’s best friend is a dog, but you’ve got two guesses as to what Machete likes to keep at his side. Evildoers beware; you are about to be introduced to his BFF. Back in Mexico Machete was the one man on the police force that would make grown man weep if they heard […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Machete"
Everybody’s Fine is an interesting look at family life for a widower but lacks any real plot or enlightening meaning to really make us admire it beyond its performances. Kirk Jones’ film is a remake of an Italian film of the same name and stars Robert De Niro as said widower, Frank, who decides to […]Read more "Review: Everybody’s Fine"