A new batch of links for you all, enjoy! -George Carlin passed away this week, his comedy will be missed. Kevin Smith also put together a nice tribute. -G.I. Joe will have the subtitle Rise of the Cobra with Transformers 2 losing the 2 and be subtitled Revenge of the Fallen. -Paramount made a Billion […]Read more "Links of the Week 6/27"
In Bruges came out on video this week and you should rush out to buy it as it is currently in the top 3 standings of movies of 08 by my book. Here is my original review! In Bruges Martin McDonagh’s feature debut is an impressive one that weaves dark humor with a bit of […]Read more "Review: In Bruges on DVD"
Here are a couple of great movies now available to rent. Both French, both true stories, and both are wonderful films. Head down to check them out at your local shop now!Read more "Review: Persepolis and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly on DVD"
Edward Norton stars in the “reboot” of the Hulk franchise and is a solid second effort from Marvel Studios working as an independent studio. Now, to add some background for my take on this film, I was a fan of Ang Lee’s Hulk. The action was awesome, crazy, and a bit over the top, but […]Read more "Review: The Incredible Hulk"
A new feature I am going to try and keep up on around here is a round up of links and things I think are worth checking out around the web about Film and DVD’s, so keep an eye out for this new posting at least once a week! Links, Links, and more Links!!! -Robert […]Read more "Links of the Week!"
Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart in this classic TV show adaptation that falls fairly flat unless a joke or gag involves the lead character. Maxwell Smart is an analyst for the secret government organization, Control, which monitors and international activity, especially that of Chaos, which has plans for world domination. Max finally has a […]Read more "Review: Get Smart"
Another little seen gem that deserves some attention now that it is out on DVD, so check out my original review below, which holds true after a second viewing. I’m Not There The new film by Todd Haynes is as about as unique and as ambitious as one can get. Based off the songs, stories […]Read more "Review: I'm Not There on DVD"