As the 2012 Oscars approach, now is the time to brush up on some of the bigger pictures for the award season. Director Terrence Malick is no stranger to the Oscars, being nominated for “The Thin Red Line” back in ’99. If you aren’t familiar with his line of work — let me give you the breakdown. Malick directs a movie every so often, large periods of time pass
As we find ourselves drawing closer to Halloween, I want to look back at a hidden gem — tucked away into cult following. Bypassing the average movie goer — becoming a classic. Before “Lord of the Rings” and his epic 2005 version of “King Kong” — Academy Award winning director Peter Jackson gave the world the most brutally gory midnight movie of all time — Dead Alive. Our story
Every so often I come across a movie that came out more than a decade ago, a movie that I missed upon it’s initial release. Rarely do I wish that I caught the movie opening night but this is one exception — Stir Of Echoes. A movie so chilling and well crafted that it angers me that I didn’t see this 10 years ago. Kevin Bacon stars as Tom
Okay. Um — wow. I’m having trouble on where to begin here. Okay, here we go. Let me catch everyone up who does not keep up with cinema news. Terrible movies are growing more and more popular ever since Tommy Wiseau’s opus “The Room” debut in 2003. “The Room” is widely known and considered to be the best “worst” movie ever made, with no plot, terrible acting and an
Now for a little trip down memory lane. Anyone my age knows exactly what I’m talking about. Power Rangers; cultural phenom, revolutionary. For those who have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s a little history lesson for you. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers debut in 1993 on Fox Kids, it is based on a television show entitled Super Sensei Warrior created by Haim Saban and Suki Levy. It featured
So no dragons? WHAT THE BALLS? How dare you movie? Do not toy with my emotions like that.
Literally unwatchable. A movie that fails on every level. I had the misfortune of seeing this a while back and finally decided to vent my anger. I Know Who Killed Me is a fascinating beast, one must see it to believe. IKWKM (I’m sick of typing the name) stars Lindsay Lohan (Before He Career Died) as a dual role. Which means we get a double does of Lohan, much
One word. Wow — but since you want to read a review; I’ll write a little more. There’s a lot to say about Danny Boyle’s latest opus, I’ll do the best I can — but I recommend seeing it to do it justice. 127 Hours is the true life survival story of Aron Rolston, a free spirited man exploring the canyons of Utah. A series of events leads him