There’s more than enough sound and fury in John Hillcoat’s (Lawless, The Road, The Proposition) fourth film, Triple 9, an Atlanta-set bad cop urban actioner, to fill three or four sub-mediocre, straight-to-VOD bad cop/crime thrillers. It’s also the perfect example of “checklist screenwriting” (bad cop edition) this year, from
Late January and February are traditionally the dumping ground for awful films. Imagine a giant metaphoric city dump filled not with actual garbage, but instead with bad horror films, lackluster action movies, and unrommy and uncommy romcoms. There are exceptions of course. The Silence of the Lambs was released in
There’s almost always an awesome film coming out on Blu-Ray or DVD each month, so which ones should you pay attention to this month?
Christian Bale leads a stellar cast in Out of the Furnace, which we might see at the 2014 Academy Awards
Christian Bale has left Gotham City, and is starring in Out of the Furnace. Keep reading to check out the first official trailer and poster.
This weeks biggest releases are definitely ParaNorman, Lawless, Men in Black III, and Step Up Revolution, in my opinion. Talk about a difference in movie genres: Dancing, Animation, Drama, Aliens! The best reviewed of the bunch is ParaNorman, so if you missed this one in theaters you definitely need to catch it
It’s time for a weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! Most of these were released on February 21, unless otherwise noted. There’s nothing too indie here, so they can all be
It goes without saying that Brett Ratner is an awful director. With a blatant disregard for artistic integrity and little passion injected into anything that he does, anyone with a love of cinema knows to avoid his films like a fatal disease. But while his latest release Tower Heist is