Movie Reviews

Taylor Lautner Puts the ‘Ab’ in Abduction

Taylor Lautner Puts the ‘Ab’ in Abduction

Taylor Lautner alert! Here is a very late review of yet another movie that attempts to prove that Taylor Lautner can act. Attempts to prove.
Texas Killing Fields Movie Review

Texas Killing Fields Movie Review

It’s been a while since a really good serial killer movie came along – well, one not directed by David Fincher. Following The Texas Killing Fields, now on DVD, we still have to wait.
Miss Bala Movie Review

Miss Bala Movie Review

Miss Bala, the official Mexican entry to the Oscars for 2011, is a dark and terrifying look into the world of Mexico’s gang wars.
Is Oscar Nominee Demián Bichir’s Movie Worth Seeing?

Is Oscar Nominee Demián Bichir’s Movie Worth Seeing?

Demián Bichir was just nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of an illegal immigrant just trying to give his son a better life, but whose circumstances quickly spiral out of control.
Review: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ is Now on Blu-ray

Review: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ is Now on Blu-ray

One of the funniest movies of 2012 is now on Blu-ray and DVD. That is all.
Man on a Ledge Pushes Me to the Edge

Man on a Ledge Pushes Me to the Edge

Instead of going out to hit on women on Thursday night, I chose to write a stupid review about a stupid movie. Oh, Man on a Ledge is now in theaters.
Liam Neeson Plays a Badass in The Grey

Liam Neeson Plays a Badass in The Grey

Liam Neeson crashes in Alaska and is forced to kill wolves to survive. "Forced" is a strong word, however, as he seems to get aroused at the thought of killing the beasts.
Apollo 18 is a Really Bad Movie

Apollo 18 is a Really Bad Movie

Limited by awful direction and writing, Apollo 18 takes an interesting enough premise and shows just how truly bad a movie can be.
I Don’t Know How She Does It Movie Review

I Don’t Know How She Does It Movie Review

Just when you thought you'd had enough of Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker is back playing a very similar role. In a very bad movie.
Better Late Than Never: Contraband Movie Review

Better Late Than Never: Contraband Movie Review

If there's one thing Marky Mark is good at these days, it's being a badass. We're back from vacation, and the first thing we did was head to the movie theater. To watch Contraband.
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Movie Review

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Movie Review

Seemingly and somewhat surprisingly one of the most divisive movies of the year, the Tom Hanks/Sandra Bullock drama about 9/11 is now playing in theaters.
Rampart Movie Review

Rampart Movie Review

From the director of the excellent drama The Messenger, Woody Harrelson stars as an LA police officer who gets caught beating a suspect to a pulp.
Better Late Than Never: Midnight in Paris Movie Review

Better Late Than Never: Midnight in Paris Movie Review

In the very Woody Allen-esque comedy-drama Midnight in Paris, coincidentally written and directed by Woody Allen, Owen Wilson plays an awkward, inquisitive man.
Like Crazy: The Most Romantic Movie of 2011

Like Crazy: The Most Romantic Movie of 2011

Love. It can be wonderful, it can be maddening. Especially if your girlfriend lives in England and is barred from entering the United States due to a visa violation.
Senna Movie Review

Senna Movie Review

I've never been a fan of racing, but the documentary Senna has given me a new appreciation of the sport.