Movie Reviews

Silent House Movie Review

Silent House Movie Review

Silent House is a remake of a Spanish-language movie that was released just last year. Not shockingly, it's exactly the same as the original.
In Darkness Movie Review

In Darkness Movie Review

The Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film opens in Seattle and other select cities today. Read our review of this holocaust-based drama.
What is a Terrorist? If a Tree Falls Review

What is a Terrorist? If a Tree Falls Review

Here's our movie review of the Oscar-nominated documentary If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, which poses an interesting question: what makes a man a terrorist?
Project X Movie Review

Project X Movie Review

Parties like those portrayed in Project X were common affairs for me. Naked women. Sex. Drugs. Alcohol. Riots in the street. Flamethrowers. Mass destruction.
We Need to Talk About Kevin Review

We Need to Talk About Kevin Review

There is depressing, and then there is misery. And then there is We Need to Talk About Kevin, one of the most soul-sucking movies of all time.
Tim & Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie Review

Tim & Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie Review

Instead of going to see Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie for free, I watched it On Demand for $10. That is money I will never, ever, ever get back.
Wanderlust is Actually, Sort of, Really Funny

Wanderlust is Actually, Sort of, Really Funny

Jennifer Aniston. Malin Akerman. And an open sex environment. Paul Rudd, what have you gotten yourself into?
Will ‘Bullhead’ Win for Best Foreign Language Film?

Will ‘Bullhead’ Win for Best Foreign Language Film?

Foreign films are cool. Because they're foreign, and they speak foreign languages, and they have plots you'd never see in America. Bullhead opens in Seattle today.
Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and The Rum Diary

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and The Rum Diary

The only things that saves Johnny Depp's The Rum Diary from being completely boring is that it also stars the face and body of Amber Heard.
Albert Nobbs is a Creepy Man, and Creepier Woman

Albert Nobbs is a Creepy Man, and Creepier Woman

Glenn Close is nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Albert Nobbs, a dreadful bore of a flick.
A Very Late ‘The Iron Lady’ Movie Review

A Very Late ‘The Iron Lady’ Movie Review

Meryl Streep has been nominated for 17 Academy Awards. She's won twice. She deserves to, and likely will, win her third for her performance in The Iron Lady.
My Week with Marilyn Movie Review

My Week with Marilyn Movie Review

Michelle Williams turns in another terrific performance as Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn, but is the movie itself any good?
This Means War Movie Review

This Means War Movie Review

It's the decision every man faces in life: do you or do you not spy on the woman while she's going on a date with your best friend and coworker, using a Predator drone?
A Late ‘Safe House’ Movie Review

A Late ‘Safe House’ Movie Review

Denzel Washington has trained hard to become an unstoppable force. His not-so-secret secret: team with a younger white dude.
Pina: A Documentary You Should See in Theaters, in 3D

Pina: A Documentary You Should See in Theaters, in 3D

The very thought of watching a documentary about a dancer, or dancing, regardless of Oscar nominations or credentials, was agonizing. Shame on me.