Review: The Company Men

The Company Men is a fine little drama that rings very true and features a bevy of fine performances that help elevate this modern tale of job loss despair. Our story follows Bobby Walker who is a rising future executive type at GTX, a transportation company that gets laid off when the recession kicks into […]

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Review: The Mechanic

The Mechanic is a fun hitman in training film that features a solid relationship between its leads, good action beats, and tight filmmaking that doesn’t really waste a minute. Arthur Bishop is the man.  Working for a covert government(?) agency, Bishop is tasked with the hardest of the hits that come across their plate and […]

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Review: The Rite

The Rite is being all wrapped up to be the next exorcism movie but is in fact a meditation on psychology vs. demonic possession that is moderately interesting before it makes the decisions for you. The film is based on “real events” and follows a falling out of faith seminary student who is recruited to […]

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Review: No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached is a solid and against type rom-com for the first hour or so of the film before divulging into cliché and loses a lot of the good will they earned in the start. Emma and Adam have been crossing paths for years now. From the first time he tried to finger her […]

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A Serious Analysis

First things first, if you haven’t seen A Serious Man, I would recommend watching it before reading this.  If you don’t follow my advice, don’t get mad at me when I tell you that Bruce Willis was a ghost…I’ve said too much… After I finished watching A Serious Man last year, I was stunned.  It […]

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