Lauren: To all those I have angered with my book reviews, break out your pitchforks once more: time to remind you that John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars is overrated. Boom! Now I’m not saying bad, just overrated. But unlike The Spectacular Now (something that Zac and I both feel is way overrated), whereas […]Read more "Dissecting The Fault In Our Stars"
Edge of Tomorrow is a fun and exciting sci-fi actioner from Tom Cruise and Doug Liman, but a bit more depth could have put it over the top.Read more "Film Review: Edge of Tomorrow"
Mad Men ends this first half of the final season with a death, a rejuvenation, a kiss, quite a few partners meetings and yet another acquisition attempt of Sterling Cooper.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 707 – Waterloo (Half Season Finale)"
Bryan Singer returns to the director’s chair of the X-Men franchise and Days of Future Past is right there with First Class and X2 in quality; very, very good.Read more "Film Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past"
Godzilla returns from director Gareth Edwards, and he finds a sense of awe and scale that is rarely found in the theater today.Read more "Dissecting Godzilla (2014): Kaiju & Awe"
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 may not be the best superhero film to date, but… Wait for it… It sure is amazing! …I regret nothing…Read more "Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2"
Mad Men has an A+ episode that is hilarious, heartfelt, builds up tons of characters and moves the plot forward in every direction. It’s episodes like this that remind you that it is the best show on TV.Read more "TV Review: Mad Men 702 – A Day’s Work"
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the best Marvel Studios film not called The Avengers by having great action, fantastic pacing and a plot that builds off everything that came before it.Read more "Film Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier"
Lars von Trier has finally unleashed Nymphomaniac and the result is an engrossing character study that is a master class of craft and balance of tone.Read more "Film Review: Nymphomaniac"
Like The Fountain before it, Darren Aronofsky created a graphic novel adaptation of Noah that was released before the film, and in Noah’s case the book’s narrative actually works better.Read more "Dissecting Noah: The Graphic Novel vs. The Film"