Cloud Atlas is a fantastic piece of audacious and exhilarating filmmaking that is unlike just about anything you have ever seen in a movie theater.Read more "Film Review: Cloud Atlas"
The Wachowski’s return to the big screen with Cloud Atlas – a movie with an incredible premise that should be able to hold together a three hour movie. However, some of the acting and writing makes for a more frustrating film than a philosophical one.Read more "Movie Review: Cloud Atlas"
Arbitrage is a solid thriller with a great performance by Richard Gere that will entertain from start to finish.Read more "Film Review: Arbitrage"
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"
The Wachowski siblings have crafted a fantastic, fun, and exciting piece of cinema that can be enjoyed by anyone willing to let the kid inside of them come out to play. The film centers around the Racer family as they try and challenge the scheme of conglomerate racing mogul Royalton, who is only worried about […]Read more "Review: Speed Racer"
Paul Haggis’ new film is a crime procedural with an anti-war message laced through out and while it is very effective emotionally at times there is not real mystery to the proceedings and the movie doesn’t excel above being just good. Based on a true story, Tommy Lee Jones stars in this now Oscar nominated […]Read more "Review: In the Valley of Elah"
The long delayed New York based musical by John Turturro finally gets to show its face, and sadly, outside of a few good laughs here and there this one is not a winner. The film has no direction at all for 2/3 of the film. It feels like a random splattering of scenes most of […]Read more "Review: Romance & Cigarettes"
First off, Amy Adams is magnificent, cute, brilliant, and adorable, any positive adjective for performing could be filled in here. She is just a sweet little Disney princess lost in the real world and plays it to perfection. She carries the comedy and makes the fantastical plot believable and all the more real.Read more "Review: Enchanted"