Here it is. Again. Another big budget feature length remake of a classic. On the upside this movie was technologically perfect with state of the art animation. On the down side, as a whole, Mr. Peabody & Sherman don’t have the same allure as they did in the Jay Ward version. It has the same ..
Let me just say that this one of the better sequels that has come out in a while. In fact, if this movie doesn’t win some special effects awards this year, something is very wrong! The basic premise is that the human race has been pretty much wiped out by the virus from the first ..
Directed by Tom Gormican, “That Awkward Moment,” is a rom-com about three men looking to get some, but realizing it means wanting more—think “Friends with Benefits” mixed with “The Hangover”. Zac Efron is Jason, the obvious leader of the group. The movie starts out with him sitting on a park bench contemplating the “awkward moment,” ..
What would you upon finding out your spouse was cheating on you? With what looks like a stripper? Carly Whitten (Cameron Diaz) is a hardened, independent Manhatten attorney and an unsatisfied dater. That is, until she meets Mark King (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), a slick and extremely successful Internet entrepreneur. When things are going well, they decide ..
I was really curious to see what acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler, Black Swan) would do with the Biblical Epic story of Noah. Well, he definitely made it interesting and quite the conversation piece. The casting and acting in this movie is first rate and the mood is typical Aronofsky dark and moody. This ..
What happens when a college student Lucy (Scarlett Johannson) studying abroad gets abducted and implanted with a drug so that a druglord can use her as a mule? Utter nonsense is what! Basically, the drug bag breaks and seeps into her system which in return allows Lucy to access parts of her brain that no ..
With the sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in theatres now, I thought I would post a quick review of it’s predecessor for those interested in the franchise. First of all, this movie was quite a surprise for me as I really was not expecting much(especially after the lackluster 2001 Tim Burton version.) ..
I know Director Michael Bay loves to blow stuff up, but he takes it to the next level with Transformers:Age of Extinction! The latest installment of Optimus Prime and the boys contains tons of explosions, chases, and mayhem for almost THREE FULL HOURS!(A total teenager boy’s dream.) As for we adults, this much over indulgence ..
I have to admit that this film has some very good spots and some very bad ones. Director Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast) definitely gets points for trying something original with this one, but not quite sure it’s for everyone. The plot is that an alien(Scarlett Johansson) takes the form as a human and pretty much ..
Between the rollercoaster of emotions and engaging self-aware characters that you will instantaneously fall in love with, John Green’s young adult book, “The Fault in Our Stars,” will make anyone tear up. Like many film adaptations of popular novels, Josh Boone’s film version is less gripping. This might have to do with the fact that ..