Articles tagged with: Movie Reviews
What if the Sega Genesis gaming console was actually the impetus of Skynet, the artificial intelligence system that will eventually annihilate the human race? Well, that actually has nothing to do with Terminator Genisys, but …
This excellent film explores the eccentric home and psyche of world famous surrealist artisan, H.R. Giger, known for his wickedly dark biomechanical stylings.
The shaky premise of this cartoonish catastrophe is drowning in so much ridiculous melodrama that all the cool collapsing buildings in the world can’t save it.
Insulting and awkward, Hot Pursuit is a rehash of age-old material that runs cold quickly and is likely to set the entire women’s movement back for decades.
Ex Machina is a science-fiction film that takes a smart and realistic look at the creation of intelligent, lifelike robots and our selfish desire to build them.
Enemy is hard to describe and the studio’s ambiguous summary of the picture doesn’t even begin to describe how strange it is.
Grudge Match, which plays off its two actors’ cinematic history, is an interesting concept and one that, despite some lame goofiness, is a fun nostalgic movie.
The Wolf of Wall Street is very well crafted film and one that should scare the bejeesus out of you (albeit in an entertaining way.)
The Book Thief depicts a Holocaust-lite version of World War II era Nazi Germany and inadvertently poses the question, “Can a cute Nazi kid steal your heart?”
Even though it is clunky at times and rushed at others, Ender’s Game is still one of the best science-fiction films to come along in some time.
About Time will hopefully make you think more about life, love and how you spend your valuable time on Earth, rather than haphazard rules regarding time travel.
The Fifth Estate starts with a very promising visual history of human communications then meanders into an array of false starts and disjointed sequences.
For “Getaway” they’ve removed any semblance of logic or entertainment value, while proving that you can go as fast as you like, but you can’t escape stupid.
Elysium wraps thoughtful social commentary in an action-packed, visually stunning package that is palatable to moviegoers who don’t even care about the message.