The Big Short Review: A Damning Indictment of Wall Street
The Big Short
is a layman's guide to understanding how sub-prime mortgage lending led to a devastating global recession.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — December 10th, 2015
The Revenant Review: DiCaprio Gets Brutal in the Wilderness
Leonardo DiCaprio delivers one of the year's most powerful performances in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — December 4th, 2015
Creed Review: Rocky Delivers a Knockout Blow
is a winner and a sublime achievement that all audiences are going to love.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — November 25th, 2015
Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Review: A Dark, Somber Ending
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
is heavy on the melodrama, but it picks up speed and delivers an ending that packs a wallop.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — November 19th, 2015
Anomalisa Review: Charlie Kaufman Reinvents Stop Motion
Filmmaker Charlie Kaufman makes his long-awaited return with
, a stunning stop motion film that might be among the year's best.
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — November 11th, 2015
Queen of the Desert Review: Kidman & Pattinson Fall Flat
Director Werner Herzog brings Gertrude Bell's life to the big screen with an utterly flat, albeit stunning drama starring Nicole Kidman.
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — November 10th, 2015
Where to Invade Next Review: Another Michael Moore Triumph
Director Michael Moore brings his new documentary
Where to Invade Next
to AFI Fest in Hollywood before opening in theaters next month.
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — November 9th, 2015
Spectre Review: A James Bond Greatest Hits Compilation
is a nod to the classic scenes, characters, and imagery from Bond lore, it is formulaic but spectacular nonetheless.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — November 3rd, 2015
Burnt Review: Send This Dish Back to the Kitchen
Bradley Cooper is not believable as a Michelin starred chef in the new comedic drama
, in theaters today.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 30th, 2015
Last Witch Hunter Review: Vin Diesel Delivers an Epic Snooze
The Last Witch Hunter
has a promising occult plot and great VFX, but is derailed by poor acting and disjointed action scenes.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 22nd, 2015
Tales of Halloween Review: A Creepy Cocktail of Scares & Laughs
Tales of Halloween
brings some of today's biggest horror stars and directors together for a tense, blood-soaked anthology film unlike any other.
MOVIE REVIEW | B. Alan Orange — October 17th, 2015
Bridge of Spies Review: Spielberg & Hanks Hit Another Home Run
In a world filled with distrust,
Bridge of Spies
portrays the virtue of principle in a masterful film from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 16th, 2015
The Martian Review: A Rousing and Funny Space Adventure
is the movie
should have been; Director Ridley Scott delivers his best film since
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 1st, 2015
Pawn Sacrifice Review: A Riveting Cold War Thriller
Tobey Maguire gives a career best performance as the brilliant, but erratic chess champion Bobby Fischer in
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 25th, 2015
Black Mass Review: A Riveting Return to Form for Johnny Depp
A textbook for brilliant ensemble acting, Johnny Depp is ruthless, calculating, and magnetic in
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 17th, 2015
The Visit Review: M. Night Shyamalan Fails Again
is another woeful outing from a director that has inundated us with terrible films over the past two decades.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 10th, 2015
Transporter Refueled Review: An Action-Packed Guilty Pleasure
The Transporter Refueled
has a ludicrous and wafer thin plot, but fans of the franchise will enjoy it.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 4th, 2015
No Escape Review: A Terrifying, Brutal Nightmare
The nightmare scenario depicted in
is so terrifying, even the most skeptical viewer will be enthralled.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 24th, 2015
American Ultra Review: This Stoner Assassin Bores
A comedic take on the CIA's infamous MK Ultra program could have been great, but
falls woefully short.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 20th, 2015
Man from U.N.C.L.E. Review: Sleek, Sexy and a Lot of Fun
The Man from U.N.C.L.E
is an ultra-stylish throwback to the spy genre of the sixties and the perfect way to cap off summer.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 14th, 2015
Fantastic Four Review: This Marvel Reboot Is Doomed
It's mind boggling how so many good parts could be assembled into such a bad movie, the
reboot is appalling.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 6th, 2015
Mission: Impossible 5 Review: Better Than Bond & Bourne?
Despite the shortcomings of the plot,
is a summer blockbuster that delivers the popcorn goods.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — July 30th, 2015
Southpaw Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Pulls No Punches
The powerhouse performance of star Jake Gyllenhaal lifts the boxing drama
to a raw, emotional high.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — July 22nd, 2015
Ant-Man Review #2: Starts Weak, Finishes Strong
What starts as a drizzle becomes a hurricane of action and special effects as
kicks into high gear during its second half.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — July 15th, 2015
Minions Review: Macabre, Cute & Very Strange
'Minions' swings wildly from inventive and hilarious, to oddly dark and boring in stretches.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — July 9th, 2015
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