Bridge of Spies is what you expect from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, an entertaining and grounded take on the material, that excels at almost all times. AdvertisementsRead more "Film Review: Bridge of Spies"
Room is always on the verge of being something great, but a wrong headed decision at the 2/3 mark almost sank the movie entirely.Read more "Film Review: Room"
Truth is a corny retelling of the Rather/Bush National Guard fallout that can’t decide if it just wants to present us facts or actually comment on the downfall of journalism.Read more "Film Review: Truth"
Let’s start with the good: The Last Witch Hunter isn’t as bad as I, Frankenstein. Oh, you want a longer list? Oh, ok… Hm… The visual effects are pretty decent in this world full of magic and glowing eyes. What else… Vin Diesel is quite an imposing figure holding a blazing sword below a stylistic […]Read more "Film Review: The Last Witch Hunter"
Steve Jobs is frontlined by a blazing script from Aaron Sorkin and another great turn from Michael Fassbender, while Danny Boyle keeps the three settings of the film feeling fresh.Read more "Film Review: Steve Jobs"
Guillermo del Toro bounces back from the let down of Pacific Rim (a movie I like) with Crimson Peak, a “gothic romance with ghosts” that delivers exactly on that promise.Read more "Film Review: Crimson Peak"
The Walk finds Robert Zemeckis fighting against the superior documentary on the same subject, Man on Wire, but his realization of the titular walk is worth the price of admission.Read more "Film Review: The Walk"