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Crazy Heart Movie Review: Great Performance, OK Movie

America loves a comeback story, and sadly a lot of Americans love country music, which means the drama Crazy Heart should be an easy sell for audiences this January. A film by and large flying under the radar this awards season, Crazy Heart stars Jeff Bridges as a down-and-out alcoholic musician who discovers a second […]

Ecuador vs. Chevron: A Crude Movie Review

Each year, there are documentaries of all kinds: funny, emotionally personal, political, anti-business, environmental and more. The few that really hit home, however, are the ones that reveal massive tragedies few in the United States know about. Crude is one of those documentaries. Read FilmJabber’s full Crude movie review.

Halloween II Movie Review

Someone put the leash back on Rob Zombie. Now. Halloween II, the sequel to the hit Rob Zombie remake, is now out on DVD and Blu-Ray, which means millions of horror fans are going to invest in one of the worst movies of 2009. Zombie’s first Halloween movie was surprisingly good. He apparently got off […]

Daybreakers Movie Review

The New Year begins with the fad that defined 2009 – vampires – as Daybreakers bites its way into theaters. The good news is that unlike Twilight: New Moon, Daybreakers features a clever concept and real, not-so-sparkly vampires; the bad news is that it’s a poorly executed, hammy mess. Read FilmJabber’s full Daybreakers movie review.

Orphan Movie Review

Evil children are creepy. Why? Because they look all cute and cuddly, but then those innocent, buggy eyes turn cold, the curl of the lips reveal something sinister and they are able to do just about anything they want while parents attempt to overlook the fact that their kid is a sociopathic killer. These are […]

A Single Man Movie Review

Few first-time directors come out of the gate with all guns firing, but Tom Ford appears to have done so with A Single Man, a superbly acted, emotionally intriguing and visually stimulating drama that is one of the year’s best. Read FilmJabber’s full A Single Man movie review.

Carriers Movie Review

Chris Pine had a breakout year in 2009, with some little movie called Star Trek making a few bucks at the dollar theater. But for every hit, there’s a failure, and Pine’s failure of the year is Carriers, a post-apocalyptic thriller about four friends who travel around a deserted United States in the wake of […]

Black Dynamite Movie Review

From Scott Sanders comes Black Dynamite, a satirical take on 1970’s blaxploitation films. With the look, feel and style of such films, Black Dynamite is a true homage to the genre, though whether you can sit through the whole thing is another matter. Read FilmJabber’s full Black Dynamite movie review.

Jennifer’s Body Movie Review – Now on DVD/Blu-Ray

From Diablo Cody, the writer of Juno, comes a movie much more fitting for her name: Jennifer’s Body, a sharp-tongued horror-comedy about an attractive cheerleader – Megan Fox – who is possessed by a flesh-hungry demon. Though not perfect, Jennifer’s Body is a slick, witty and at times creepy film that any horror fan, especially […]

Antichrist Movie Review: Twisted, Disturbing and Really Good

In Lars von Trier’s most mainstream movie to date – which still isn’t very mainstream at all – Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in what is easily the most twisted movie of 2009, Antichrist. Though its intent still eludes me, Antichrist is also one of the most captivating and visually engaging movies of the […]

The Blind Side Movie Review: A Shot at Oscars?

In The Blind Side, Sandra Bullock pulls off her second box office feat of the year and writer/director John Lee Hancock exceeds expectations with one of the most satisfying drama-comedies of the year. The movie, about the story of NFL football player Michael Oher, is one the entire family can enjoy, even if none are […]

It’s Complicated Movie Review

Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin star in It’s Complicated, the latest comedy from the director of Something’s Gotta Give and What Women Want. The movie – about a divorced couple who start having an affair with each other – has the concept and gimmick to be a huge hit, but unfortunately the best […]

Movie Review: Nine: The Disappointment of December?

Though Moulin Rouge showed that musicals could be cool again, it was Rob Marshall’s 2002 Oscar winner Chicago that proved they could be critical and financial successes, too. In other words, Marshall is largely responsible for the wave of hit musicals that have hit been released over the last decade, and he’s back with another […]

9 Blu-Ray Review

Elijah Wood, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Christpher Plummer, Crispin Glover and Martin Landau star in the sci-fi adventure film 9, out today on DVD and Blu-Ray. The animated film from Shane Acker is a visual masterpiece, full of rich special effects and tons of creativity. While it never completely lives up to expectations, 9 […]

(500) Days of Summer Blu-Ray Review

One of the edgiest, smartest and most entertaining movies of 2009 is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray: (500) Days of Summer, starring Jospeh Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel. The back cover describes the movie as a romantic comedy, and in many ways it is: it’s about a romance, and it’s funny from the first second […]
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