I liked the first movie well enough. The trailers for the sequel looked amusing. How horrible could it be?
A Mormon documentary not your speed? How about a Mormon thriller?
It’s a tale as old as time. Boy and girl get drunk. Boy and girl make bad decisions. Boy and girl end up “stuck” together longer than intended.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is very loosely based on the classic children’s picture book by the same name. Ed Oxenbould is the twelve year old with Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner, Kerris Dorsey, and Dylan Minnette as his family. And they all are about to have – say it withContinue reading “Review – Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”
John Chapman (Michael Jai White) is an all-around bad ass. An ex marine suffering from PTSD, the only enemy he can’t seem to defeat is his own mind. When his sister (Laila Ali) turns up left for dead in the Brazilian slum where she was doing social work, he pushes his own demons aside toContinue reading “Review – Falcon Rising”
Hazel (Susan Sarandon) is a small town detective north of the border. When a beloved older citizen is mysteriously murdered, Hazel is convinced that there is something much bigger and darker going on. With the help of a green transfer from Toronto (Topher Grace) she sets out to uncover some answers. Also featuring Donald Sutherland,Continue reading “Review – The Calling”
Inspired by true events, (that means embellished), When the Game Stands Talltells the story of the extraordinary high school football team that went on a streak of over 150 wins over twelve years, and the coach who helped make it happen.
The classic heroes in a half shell are back on the big screen. Is this a good thing?
I have seen a lot of very strange movies. I’ve watched a psychotic tire kill people in Rubber and a maniacal dancing dream refrigerator leading a crazy parade invading the real world in Paprika. I think I can honestly say that Michel Gondry‘s adaptation of Froth on the Daydream is the oddest film I have everContinue reading “Review – Mood Indigo”
Director Rob Reiner brings romance to the screen once again. This time, aging but youthful Oren (Michael Douglas) and Leah (Diane Keaton) are the subjects of his film chemistry. Frankie Valli also appears in a cameo.