Liam Nesson stars in this fantastic action/thriller that while not paving any new ground is constantly engaging, has great action and one of the more badass lead characters in a film in a while. Bryan (Liam Nesson) is recently retired special ops of sorts from the U.S. government that has moved out to Los Angeles […]
This quiet and simple story is a very real look at poverty and ones relationship to man’s best friend that works to pretty great effect, even on a shoe string budget. Wendy (Michelle Williams) & Lucy (Lucy the dog) are on their way to Alaska. Wendy is looking for work and hears there are plenty […]
Here is a look at what to see in February, enjoy! A suprisingly solid month, especially the first Friday. February 6th Coraline-From the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas and fantasy writer Neil Gaiman’s novel comes this stop motion tale, in 3-D no less, about a girl who discovers another world in her house through […]
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This low budget indie film is a very excellent debut for Courtney Hunt, and is a solid little thriller/character study of poverty and what it can drive people too.Ray (Melissa Leo) has two sons and they live on the U.S./Canadian border in New York, they were planning on getting a new double wide home to […]
The prequel and third film of the Underworld franchise is a fairly straight forward tale that is executed well and will please any fan of the series as it settles in as the second best film in the trilogy. Viktor (Bill Nighy) is the leader of a vampire clan somewhere in Europe and they survive […]
This sci-fi action flick staring Vin Diesel is a not really good, but not really bad film that has a couple interesting ideas that just didn’t gel together and feels under explained and missing scenes from time to time.Toorop (Vin Diesel) is a mercenary living somewhere in future central Asia in a bombed out apartment […]