Reviews
perks of being a wallflower
Film, Reviews
Oct 6, 2012

PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER

When you take a very well written book and transfer it to a screenplay for the big screen, sadly more often than not is lost….read more >

taken 2
Film, Reviews
Oct 6, 2012

NEESON TAKES AUDIENCES AGAIN

After Middle Eastern gangsters have taken a member of his family and plan to do them harm, Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) must face impossible odds…read more >

pitch perfect
Film, Reviews
Oct 6, 2012

PITCH PERFECT: FAR FROM PERFECTION

Remember back in college when everyone was trying to get in with all of the cool kids singing a cappella? Remember how there was a…read more >

top 10 questionable moments from kids films
Film, Reviews
Oct 6, 2012

TOP 10 QUESTIONABLE MOMENTS FROM KIDS’ FILMS

Being a Dad, I put my children’s entertainment under a microscope. I am picky anyway, which is why I am unsure of the recent films Hotel…read more >

the paperboy
Reviews
Oct 5, 2012

THE PAPERBOY

Sexy! Steamy! Provocative! Dangerous! Prepare yourself for The Paperboy, you will definitely need a cold shower after seeing this film. The sizzling movie directed by Lee…read more >

looper
Film, Reviews
Oct 1, 2012

“LOOPER” FILM REVIEW

Whenever you have a story that deals with time travel, it typically goes one of two ways. Either you are left with a pretentious mess…read more >

summer qing
Film, Reviews
Oct 1, 2012

IN THE LOOP WITH SUMMER QING

American audiences got their first taste of the Chinese beauty known as Summer Qing in the time-travel masterpiece Looper. While the film may have been her American…read more >

hotel transylvania
Film, Reviews
Oct 1, 2012

HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA REVIEW

Can the most famous of the classic Universal monsters appeal to the youthful generation of today? That is the question that director Genndy Tartakovsky –…read more >

frankenweenie
Film, Reviews
Oct 1, 2012

FRANKENWEENIE UNLEASHED

Fans of Tim Burton’s original 1984 live action short Frankenweenie will not be disappointed. This stop-motion animated feature mirrors the plot of the original, but screenwriter John…read more >

the words
Film, Reviews
Sep 23, 2012

AT A LOSS FOR WORDS

Despite the potentially misleading title, the film The Words isn’t about specific literary works or even about plagiarism. Rather, directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal’s film is…read more >