Let’s face it, a movie that kills Ryan Reynolds in the first 10 minutes is not a movie I am going to enjoy.Read more "Criminal"
This week’s “For Your Renting Pleasure” includes a remake/reimagining and a sequel, Dredd and Men In Black 3, both disappointing for numerous reasons.Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
With last week’s high praise from Zac (read his review here), it’s time to give a second opinion on the film that is already getting Oscar buzz, Lincoln.Read more "A Second Opinion: Lincoln"
Lincoln is the latest from Spielberg and it does not disappoint. The acting and filmmaking are what you expect from Spielberg and Daniel Day Lewis gives one of the best performance of the year.Read more "Film Review: Lincoln"
The Company Men is a fine little drama that rings very true and features a bevy of fine performances that help elevate this modern tale of job loss despair. Our story follows Bobby Walker who is a rising future executive type at GTX, a transportation company that gets laid off when the recession kicks into […]Read more "Review: The Company Men"
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 Coen Bros. return after a three year hiatus with a return to their crime/thriller roots that made them famous in the first place. An adaptation of the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name, it is one part reflection on our disintegrating society and one part cat and mouse chase thriller, with the cat […]Read more "Review: No Country for Old Men"