Film Review: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is a kinetic farce of the celebrity psyche anchored by some great performances and an incredible technical presentation.Read more "Film Review: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)"
Film Review: The Hangover Part III
The Hangover Part III is a step in the right direction, it is just such a long walk back to being good after Part II.Read more "Film Review: The Hangover Part III"
Still Playing Review – The Hangover Part II
The Hangover Part II could have easily been one of the best comedies of the summer, but instead of embracing the challenge of besting the first film, it hides behind the popularity of its predecessor, becoming nothing more than an uninspired copy. The film opens up on Phil exclaiming that “it happened again,” and these […]Read more "Still Playing Review – The Hangover Part II"
Review: The Hangover Part II
The Hangover Part II is a lazy, uncreative, and terrible film that improves nothing upon the first film and in fact it copies the original almost note for note to painful affect. You know the story, (no, literally, it’s exactly the same) Stu, Phil, and Alan go out and get so messed up that they […]Read more "Review: The Hangover Part II"
Now Playing Review – Due Date
Road trips seem like a fun idea on paper because of all the excitement they promise. There is the car crammed like a clown car full of duffle bags and people, mix tapes to sing joyously along to, snacks to munch on because restaurants are for the undedicated, etc. But once you are actually in […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Due Date"
Review: Due Date
Due Date is the latest from Todd Phillips and he smartly lets his leads of Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis make the most of a good but far from great script/story. Peter Highman (Downey Jr.) is a straight shooting architect, with occasional rage issues, that is on his way home to witness the birth […]Read more "Review: Due Date"
For Your Renting Pleasure
That’s right, my write-up for rentals has changed yet again. This time around (and hopefully I will stick to it this time) I will write up little blurbs about the movies I have seen in the past week on Fridays, giving you suggestions for what to pick up and what to avoid when considering what […]Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Review: Youth in Revolt
Youth in Revolt might look like another run of the mill Michael Cera movie, but in actuality it is one of his best acted and broadest range shown yet in a surprisingly fun and irreverent farce about fighting for the one you love. Nick Twisp is your average teenage boy, without a girl, enthralled with […]Read more "Review: Youth in Revolt"
Review: Up in the Air
Up in the Air is a painfully honest film that not only looks into the lives of our three main leads but will cause a number of viewers to reflect back on their own in these troubling times. Jason Reitman adapts the novel by Walter Kim into a funny and sad tale that takes us […]Read more "Review: Up in the Air"