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Still a little uneasy about the director shift from Matthew Vaughn to Jeff Wadlow, but that being said, I'm really excited for 'Kick-Ass 2.' The first trailer may have had some shoddy CG in places, but the humor and the story…Continue
Even if you haven't seen Brian De Palma's 'Carrie,' you're probably still aware that our titular teen's story does not have a happy ending. In Kimberly Peirce's remake, though we aren't sure what stylistic changes she may make, we're…Continue
One of my favorite elements of Matthew Vaughn's 'Kick-Ass' was Chloe Moretz as Hit-Girl. She was poised, crude, and, pursuant to the title of the movie, kicked an unbelievable amount of ass. These latest…Continue
As we enter the most wonderful time of year, what better way to celebrate the joy and happiness of the season than with a new poster for Sony's remake of 'Carrie?' This latest poster for the movie, directed by Kimberly Peirce, isn't strikingly different from the last one, with …Continue
Dark Shadows review
If there is one director that is a Hit or Miss Director that I actually enjoy, it is Tim Burton. Tim Burton is an incredibly talent director, and while he does tend use some of the same actors in films like Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, and tends to make movies that are more style over substance, his films tend to at least be enjoyable for me, whether it has such a good style to the point where I genially enjoy it, or…Continue
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‘Hugo’ is not only an old fashion and heartfelt adventure with enough whimsy and fun for all ages; but also a love letter to cinema, by one of this generation’s masters, and a plea to support film preservation.
Most of the credit for the its success has to be given to Martin Scorsese, who in an attempt to tell the story about the value of art and the dream like and important nature of films, managed to not only capture the magic…Continue
I do recognize that I have been out of commission for over a year now, but I've been working on other writing projects. But now I have more free-time and will try and get more reviews out there.
Let Me In, directed by Matt Reeves, and starring Kodi-Smit Mcphee and Chloe Moretz, was seemingly doomed from the start. It is a remake of a 2008 Swedish film called Let The Right One In, a movie that captured many cinema goer's hearts. So naturally, the concept of an American remake…Continue
There is always that nails-on-a-chalkboard reaction when audiences hear another film remake is on the way. Especially for a film embraced by critics and viewers as Tomas Alfredson's chilling Swedish vampire-film "Let The Right One In." Sometimes we get remakes that bastardize the original film and are churned out to exploit a fanbase. To all die-hard fans of the 2008 original film: lay down your wooden stakes. With "Let Me In", Writer/Director Matt… Continue
Holy crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! sorry just neede to get that out of my system anywho on with the review.
It would be easy and lazy to make the obvious joke with the film's title being neither!!! lol i will for go that and just say THIS IS SHEER AWSOMNESS!!!!! there is not one dull moment here even the non action parts are great and a strong if twisted sense of humor runs thru the film which is perfectly balanced with the hyper and bit syle-ized violence which looks excellent by…Continue