In A Valley of Violence Review: A Bloody and Brutal Pulp Western
In a Valley of Violence
is steeped in classic archetypes, with fantastic performances from Taissa Farmiga and John Travolta.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 21st, 2016
The Accountant Review: Ben Affleck's Numbers Don't Add Up
Ben Affleck's gun-toting CPA is painfully boring in
, lugging through a labyrinthine plot that is too obvious.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 13th, 2016
The Handmaiden Review: A Masterpiece of Intrigue and Erotica
From Director Park Chan-wook,
is a sumptuously artistic tale, exquisitely shot, that will leave you breathless.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 12th, 2016
Birth of A Nation Review: A Brutal, Unflinching Look at Slavery
In a time when race relations have become the hot button subject in an election year,
The Birth of a Nation
is a timely reminder of a deplorable shared history.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 5th, 2016
Girl on the Train Review: A Dark Ride Between Murder & Madness
The Girl on the Train
is a sensual ride worth taking, and features an outstanding Emily Blunt.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — October 3rd, 2016
Masterminds Review: Doesn't Live Up to Its Comedy Pedigree
From the director of Napoleon Dynamite,
plays like a weak SNL sketch that goes on for a very long 90 minutes.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 29th, 2016
I.T. Review: Pierce Brosnan Will Have You Covering Your Webcam
Pierce Brosnan has more than a few network issues in the techno-thriller
, delivering a parable for the modern age.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 27th, 2016
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Review: A Wildly Imaginative Fable
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
is a delightfully sinister fantasy from Tim Burton, but it looses steam near the end.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 26th, 2016
Deepwater Horizon Review: Gripping & Fiery
Director Peter Berg captures hell with technical precision in
, reminding us of the heavy price paid in blood and tears.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 23rd, 2016
The Magnificent Seven Review: Action Packed But Empty
The raw, leading man star power of Denzel Washington provides a mighty lift when needed in the otherwise underwhelming
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 16th, 2016
Blair Witch Review: There's a Scary Secret Hiding in These Woods
Lionsagate and horror director
have unleashed their secret, terrifying and excellent
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — September 16th, 2016
Snowden Review: Oliver Stone's Love Song to Edward Snowden
never views Edward Snowden in any critical light, telling his story only the way Oliver Stone wants it to be told.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 15th, 2016
Bridget Jones's Baby Review: The Best Date Movie of 2016
Renee Zellweger returns in top form for her third outing as a singleton trying to deal with an unexpected pregnancy in
Bridet Jones's Baby
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 14th, 2016
Sully Review: Tom Hanks & Clint Eastwood Fly at a Low Altitude
Clint Eastwood's adaptation of the
Miracle on the Hudson
has its moments, but
never quite reach the stratosphere.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 8th, 2016
Light Between Oceans Review: Painful, Slow and Really Boring
Director Derek Cianfrance fails with
The Light Between Oceans
, as every minute of the movie weighs heavily upon the audience.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — September 2nd, 2016
Morgan Review #2: Great Cast, Great Idea, So-So Movie
Director Luke Scott's artificial intelligence based sci-fi thriller
just barely misses the mark.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — September 2nd, 2016
Morgan Review: A Very Dumb Movie About Smart People
Director Luke Scott's
is a very forgettable sci-fi thriller that fails to achieve the highs of last year's
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 29th, 2016
Morris from America Review: A Unique & Powerful Coming-Of-Age Story
Craig Robinson headlines a cast full of young newcomers in
Morris From Americ
, which tells an excellent, fresh story.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 29th, 2016
Don't Breathe Review: Tense Horror Without the Cheap Thrills
Director Fede Alvarez has crafted a unique, very tense follow up to his 2013
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 24th, 2016
Ben-Hur Review #2: The Good Far Outweighs The Bad
Paramount's remake of
stands on its own as a decent film, assuring that Charlton Heston is not spinning in his grave.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 18th, 2016
Ben-Hur Review: It's Not Great, nor Worthy of Hate
Director Timur Bekmambetov and his cast offer an admirably unique take on the iconic
story that still falls short in many ways.
MOVIE REVIEW | Brian Gallagher — August 17th, 2016
War Dogs Review: A Fascinating, Unique Twist on War Movies
Director Todd Phillips marries his comedic sensibilities with a compelling true story in the great
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 16th, 2016
Kubo and the Two Strings Review: An Eye-Popping Visual Delight
Laika Studios are back in superb form with
Kubo and the Two Strings
, though this animated adventure falters in getting through its final half.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 12th, 2016
Sausage Party Review #2: Best Animated Movie of the Year?
Seth Rogen and his team break new ground, which is sure to offend some and win over many others.
MOVIE REVIEW | Ryan Scott — August 10th, 2016
Pete's Dragon Review: Never Soars as High as the Disney Original
Disney's update of
isn't nearly as whimsical as the original, but stands on its own with heart and meaning.
MOVIE REVIEW | Julian Roman — August 9th, 2016
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