Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s only $7 on Amazon today. Be sure to check out Kotaku’s review if you’re on the fence. [Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, $7] Read more...
I’ve never seen an episode of the TV series “Entourage,” on which the new movie is based. But a more useful qualification to review it would be never having seen a movie made by a Hollywood studio—no superheroes and no rom-coms, no disaster...Show More Summary
PLOT: The Bowen family moves into a house that has been built over an old cemetery. Chaos ensues. You know what happens. REVIEW: It shouldn't be seen as blasphemy that I liked the Ghost House-produced POLTERGEIST remake, but it probably will be. Show More Summary
Chris Hemsworth's Chest. Its Own Special Effect. BY NATHANIEL ROGERS Movies really ought to be seen (and reviewed for that matter) on their own terms. But what if their very terms are -- "it's all connected!?" I had the exhaustive.....
"Unfriended" is my favorite of this weekend's new release movies that I've seen, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. While I didn't find it particularly scary, I thought it was entertaining as hell and a great execution of a clever found footage premise. Show More Summary
“Ex Machina,” the sci-fi directorial debut of writer Alex Garland, is lonely, gorgeous and mind-twisting. It’s one of the most thought-provoking movies I’ve seen this year, brilliantly skewering our current technological conundrums.Show More Summary
I’m not going to these movies to see real life. I’m going to be entertained, and these movies are definitely entertaining. It helps if you’ve seen the other six movies in this franchise, but it’s not a requirement – the opening minutes of Furious Seven will catch you up on what’s pertinent. However, if you haven’t seen the other movies, this review has spoilers for them in it.
You are not going to want to miss seeing Furious 7 in a movie theater full of paying customers this weekend, because it's going to be bananas. By now you've seen a little bit of the part where the whole team parachutes out of a C-130, in their cars. Show More Summary
I’ve now seen Lisandro Alonso’s captivating, unearthly Jauja four times, and I don’t think I’m any closer to telling you what it’s all about; the more I see it, the more puzzled I am. Alonso likes to traffic in the oblique — in the blank, mysterious spaces between the ostensible... More »
If there’s any kind of indie movie that arguably never need be seen again, it’s the kind featuring intersecting tales of frustrated romance among various young, hot New Yorkers. Writer-director-actor Ryan Piers Williams (The Dry Land)...Show More Summary
If you're a fan of the books, you've probably already seen the movie three times now. If you're decidedly not a fan, you can grab some friends, have a few drinks and go hate-watch it. Or you can save your money and stay home reading scathing reviews. Show More Summary
'Tis the weekend for love on stage and screen, although I'm not sure whether the big movie release Fifty Shades of Grey qualifies since I haven't yet seen it or read the BDSM-infused book on which it is based. Opera lovers throughout...Show More Summary
I quickly grew tired of reading passionate reviews about American Sniper that contained a sentence midpoint which read, "I haven't seen the movie." And so it was that I decided to go see the movie myself. I'll start by saying that the most common complaint I've seen - that "it glorifies war" - falls flat. Show More Summary
Johnny Depp has a new movie out this weekend, "Mortdecai," and it's sounding like a giant bust. You may have seen a few TV ads or billboards for the flick like this one featuring Depp as a mustachioed Brit.... or this one with Gwyneth Paltrow also strangely sporting a mustache. Show More Summary
Inherent Vice (Movie Review) by Spencer Moleda Inherent Vice is a film of exotic taxonomy, a once-in-a-blue-moon sui generis that paves a road seen only by those who have breathed the smoke that so thickly permeates every frame. It is a pitch-perfect an adaptation of its source material in that attempting to follow either of [...]Show More Summary
Even before this year’s Cannes Film Festival had begun, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Winter Sleep was considered the odds-on favorite to win the Palme D’Or, which it ultimately did. Not bad guesswork, given that nobody had seen the film, nor any of the others in competition, yet. Show More Summary
It’s the plot of a certain kind of action movie or video game that we’ve all seen and played a thousand times: the big bad robot/alien/lizard comes crashing into town and the only thing that will stop it is when an unlikely band of allies group up and save the world. If politics and business are a game, as so … [More]
If you haven't seen THE BABADOOK yet, it's time to adjust the priorities in your life. There's no doubt you've heard the hype - you can read The Arrow's review HERE and my review HERE - but until you've sat down with it for yourself, you really don't know what you're missing out on. Show More Summary
There are so many movies released every Friday that no single critic has a prayer of seeing them all. But as it happens this week, I've seen several that deserve comment, if only briefly. Let's start with The Theory of Everything, which some are touting as an Oscar contender. Show More Summary
Movie Review Jackie K Cooper "St Vincent" (The Weinstein Company) Alright America, let's show some love for "St. Vincent", the new film starring Bill Murray. If you have not yet seen it get up and go to a theater near you where hopefully it is playing. Show More Summary