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Blu-ray Review: Sean Penn Misses The Target With THE GUNMAN

Sean Penn is an intense actor but you’d think he’d lighten up in his first foray into the action genre. However, he never cracks a smile in this well made but rather dour actioner. Taken director Pierre Morel once again takes a dramatic actor [...]

June 27, 2015

Review: Daniel Craig Is James Bond In SKYFALL

Skyfall is a great movie, not just a great James Bond movie, but a film which stands on its own outside of the long running film series. Daniel Craig’s third outing as James Bond is his best yet (even though I was a big fan of the unfairly [...]

October 28, 2012

New Image From Malick’s TO THE WONDER

Terrence Malick films are something special. They’re often divisive, but Malick directs like no one else working today. Tree of Life is a perfect example of Malick’s work, a visual poem, or a narrative image that is far from conventional. I saw [...]

September 11, 2012

The SKYFALL Trailer Hits

The first trailer for Skyfall, the latest James Bond film has been released, and it looks good-really good. The Sam Mendes film seems to be going for the mean and moody Bond (much like the last couple of films), with its dark cinematography and [...]

May 21, 2012

Ron Howard Offers Hope For THE DARK TOWER

Over the last year or so three big budget films from A-list filmmakers were put on hold by Hollywood studios due to their massive costs. The Lone Ranger had Johnny Depp starring as sidekick Tonto, with Jerry Bruckheimer producing and Gore Verbinski [...]

May 8, 2012

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