The Master is the latest from Paul Thomas Anderson and it is as magnetic and mesmerizing as anything put out in theaters this year.Read more "Film Review: The Master"
The Muppets is a joy of a film, as it is wonderful to have the gang back, and the sheer positivity of the characters paired with the excitement of seeing them on the screen again makes it easy to forgive a few shortcomings as you grin ear to ear over almost the entirety of the […]Read more "Film Review: The Muppets"
The Fighter is a fine character study mixed in with a nice little true life sports movie that I can’t help but feel didn’t reach its potential or bar set by its peers. Following the last attempt of Mickey Ward to win a boxing title we dive into the people around him and shape him […]Read more "Review: The Fighter"
Leap Year has the cast and story to become at least a cute romantic comedy, though completely unoriginal, but all I can say is if this movie shows what happens on a leap year, then I am really glad they only come around once every four years. Anna is the type of person with her […]Read more "Now Playing Review: Leap Year"
Leap Year is a conventional rom-com that makes all the prescribed moves and is entirely predictable; only its two likeable leads and excellent cinematography save it from being an absolute failure. Amy Adams and Matthew Goode are just to fine of actors to be in this trivial and run of the mill premise where the […]Read more "Review: Leap Year"
Clash of the Titans Trailer – Yay violence, mythology, creatures and CGI. Check it out here. Date Night Trailer – Two of TV’s best comedians finally come together for this film. Should be great. Check out Tina Fey and Steve Carell here. Green Zone Trailer – Matt Damon doing what he does best. Check it […]Read more "Suggestion Box (Nov. 9 – 16)"
Unfortunately for Amy Adams, the title, Julie & Julia, is a slight exaggeration on the importance of her character to the film. It would be a better representation if it was something along the lines of: Julia Child and Why She Deserves to Have Some Random Woman Dedicate A Year of Her Life to Her. […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Julie & Julia"
Nora Ephron’s adaptation of two books connected to the life and teachings of the chef Julia Child is an often hilarious yet a bit overly long tale that overall is quite the success in the end and carries one of the finest performances of the year. Julie Powell is a wannabe writer. Having written half […]Read more "Review: Julie & Julia"
This indie comedy has a few really bright moments and is never dulls, but fails to take full advantage of its interesting premise, but still manages to be an intriguing character study. Rose is a single mother living paycheck to paycheck working for maid service company as she works toward getting her real estate license. […]Read more "Review: Sunshine Cleaning"
The film adaptation of this award winning play is superbly acted, beautifully shot, and while maybe a bit long winded from time to time, it remains constantly engaging and keeps you guessing and talking after the film is over. Sister James (Amy Adams) is the newest sister and teacher at the local Bronx church school […]Read more "Review: Doubt"