First of all, I refuse to use this review to make obvious jokes at the movie's title (Sucker Punch) or tag line ("You will be unprepared"). What I will say though is that I have seen every Zack Snyder movie (with the exception of The Legend of the Guardians), and ...Read more
I must admit from the start, I never read the classic novel, Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. In my high school, we were given several novels to choose between. I went the Steinbeck and Dickens route. That being said, I was not totally unaware of the plot of the book ...Read more
What do you get when you cross the two guys responsible for Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and the cult hit UK TV Show Spaced with the director of Superbad? The answer is the new film Paul, which is arguably the best comedy to come along in years.
Paul ...Read more
Limitless is fantastic! I am still excited about this movie even a week after screening it. It is without a doubt, the best movie I've seen in long time. The film stars Bradley Cooper (The Hangover), who proves that he is more than capable of carrying a movie of substance; ...Read more
The film Budrus is a documentary that follows the life of a Palestinian man, Ayed, who is the leader of an ongoing protest in the West Bank against the Israeli army. Ayed and his followers are protesting the barrier that the Israeli army is trying to build along Palestine's West ...Read more
When I was a kid, there was just something about Gregg Araki's Doom Generation that I really liked. Now, fifteen years later, after seeing Araki's latest film offering, Kaboom, I don't quite know what to think about Araki or his films any longer.
Kaboom tells the story of Smith (Thomas Dekker ...Read more
When the whole Riverdance craze hit, I remember being impressed with the dancing a bit, but I never really found it all that interesting. Of course, that was seventeen years ago, and even though I was aware of Michael Flatley's departure to make his own dance show spectacular Lord of ...Read more
Disney's new animated comedy, Mars Needs Moms, follows young Milo (Seth Green) from his quaint suburban home to Mars – a fantastical planet full of alien life and cutting edge space technology. While Milo's Mars bears little semblance to the Mars we've come to know and love in Science class, ...Read more
Once a well-worn morality tale of frightening solitude and predatory sexuality (read the original French version in which the girl disrobes before getting into the wolf's bed), the folktale Little Red Riding Hood has evolved into a female empowerment story and has long abandoned the original ending which finds the ...Read more
Movies about filmmaking can be comedic satires like Tropic Thunder. Or, they can be joyous musicals like Singin' in the Rain. They can even be horror films like Shadow of the Vampire. But rarely do they consist of such powerful human drama and impactful storytelling as in the new Spanish ...Read more