I wanted to like J. Edgar so much… no, I wanted to love it but all I got was a boring history lesson.
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Aw crap, another remake. But guess what? With some terrific performances, you can’t go wrong in watching this.
Brad Pitt might not want to make plans Oscar weekend because I’m betting that he’ll be one of the 5 guys named for Best Actor.
Funny, violent, beautiful and quiet. It’s almost perfect.
You know, before I begin telling you how much I liked this film about an infectious disease that takes over the globe in a matter of weeks, I have to warn you that you will need to purchase hand sanitizer before you enter the theater.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes is not only the best movie of the summer, it’s one of the best movies of the year. As of this writing, it’s definitely in my list of top five films.
The film starts right where the first part left off: Voldemort (I’m allowed to say his name out loud now, right?) has the Elder Wand as Harry grieves by the seaside grave of the Dobby the Elf. From the opening credits to the end, the film doesn’t let up.
Have you ever been home on a rainy Sunday afternoon, flipped on the TV and randomly discovered a movie so good that you’re glad you were stuck on the couch for 2 hours? Submarine is this movie.
The real treat of the movie is watching McAvoy and Fassbender together. Both of them are so freakin good in their roles that their scenes together make up anything that the movie lacks.
Welcome to The Hangover 2. The Wolf Pack is back and this time they’re even more hungover!
The movie is about friendships and relationships and each character has the chance to add their own bit of realism to their part.
A film like this lives and dies by Hemsworth’s performance and it not only lives, it soars.
Blurgh. Rent the Original.
I’ve never read the book Jane Eyre, and I’m betting I never will (I’m still trying to finish the final Harry Potter book). Thankfully, Director Cary Fukunaga has pretty much ensured that I’ll never need to crack open the classic book.
First of all, it’s a movie about aliens coming and destrying us. You’re not going in to the theater expecting to see Jane Eyre. Suspend some disbelief!
Free will? Fate? True love? These are all questions that are swirling about in The Adjustment Bureau.
Topher Grace takes on the 80’s and brings Anna Faris and Dan Fogler with him.
Imagine you’re married and your wife decides to give you a hall pass. One week off from marriage. You’re free to do anything you want!
From the opening summer camp scene where the two main characters meet to the end, this film is charming, hilarious, vulgar and at times, sad.
Based on the novel by Mordecai Richler, the movie follows the life of Barney Panofsky (Giamatti) as we watch him through 3 marriages, a popular TV show and a possible murder rap.