Movies,Reviews

Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction

3 Jul , 2014  

The most amazing part of Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fact that it was even made. More…

Movies

In Theaters: July 2nd, 2014

2 Jul , 2014  

With the 4th of July falling on a Friday this year, we get new releases on a Wednesday – here’s what dropped into theaters today. More…

Favorites,Movies

Favorite Flicks: Dredd

30 Jun , 2014  

Every Monday we’ll post one of our favorite video games, movies, TV shows, or anything else we think you should also love.

To start it all off, I’m sharing one of my favorite flicks: Dredd. More…

Movies,Reviews

Review: Snowpiercer

25 Jun , 2014  

I’ve always been a fan of Asian filmmaking, especially growing up on Jackie Chan and other martial arts films, but I really fell in love with the often disturbing and unique films of South Korea, such Park Chan-Wook’s Oldboy or Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host. The latter went on make the twisted film Mother, and now the incredible SnowpiercerMore…

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Review: Jersey Boys

22 Jun , 2014  

While I can’t say I’m a fan of the Jersey Boys Broadway show, or even The Four Seasons in general, I was definitely intrigued when I heard that Clint Eastwood would be directing the project, and that it was planned to be a musical.

And then I remembered the last few films Eastwood directed. More…

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Review: The Rover

21 Jun , 2014  

David Michod’s first feature Animal Kingdom was one of the best films of 2010, a year crowded with the likes of The Social Network, Inception, Black Swan, and more. He’s now back with his latest film The Rover, starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson. But is it the lightning in a bottle that Animal Kingdom was? More…

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Review: Maleficent

17 Jun , 2014  

Maleficent is not good.

I won’t sugar coat it. I really did not enjoy this film. I actually dozed off for a few minutes during it, and I saw it on a large screen in the middle of the day. More…

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Review: Edge of Tomorrow

16 Jun , 2014  

Based on the critically acclaimed Japanese novel, All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, Edge of Tomorrow stars Tom Cruise as a man who repeats the same day over and over, trying to find a way to defeat an alien force.

But does the film feel like something we’ve all seen, over and over again? More…