Zodiac (2007)

Posted: September 7, 2008 at 7:00 pm   /   DVD News, Local, Movie Reviews

Spoilers Zodiac is a film based on the reality of collected historical facts of actual murders that took place back in the late 1960s and 1970s in Northern California. These facts and assessment of facts from numerous sources, e.g., law enforcement officials, newspaper reporters, writing experts, and others—are the backbone of this movie drama. Unfortunately […]

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Links for 9-5

Posted: September 5, 2008 at 8:05 am   /   Local, Movie News

-Russell Crow could be Watson in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes!? Oh please make it so! Or he might be someone else, or maybe no one, we will have to wait and see. -All kinds of Chuck Palahnuk adaptation wheels are turning, sounds great to me, I love his stuff! -Check out the banned Zack and […]

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21

Posted: September 4, 2008 at 12:11 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

21 is the worst film I have seen in years and it astonishes me that so many people recommended this film to me. The film follows an MIT student, Ben (Jim Sturgess) who is trying to find a way to get enough money to go to Harvard Med School and has no where to turn. […]

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Posted: September 4, 2008 at 9:53 am   /   Local, Movie Reviews

Woody Allen’s latest continues his recent string of high quality productions and nestles right between Match Point and Cassandra’s Dream as his second best film of the last 5 years or so.Vicky (Rebecca Hall) is an engaged girl who is in love with her husband and the idea of classic love out of a book […]

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Death Sentence (2007)

Posted: September 1, 2008 at 7:58 pm   /   DVD News, Local, Movie Reviews

Spoiler Alert! Death Sentence is arresting film from the start. Instead of a family album, a montage of home movies depicting a happy family growing up together is the opening scene. The joy of young sons playing together; learning to ride a bike; playing sports with proud parents applauding; a mom blowing out birthday candles […]

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Links for 8-29

Posted: August 29, 2008 at 9:09 am   /   Local, Movie News

-A retrospective on The Big Lebowski is a must read at Rolling Stone. -Here is the trailer for New York, I Love You, a short film compilation follow up to Paris, I Love You. -Danny Elfman is scoring The Wolfman, I’m for it. -Warner is looking to reboot Superman and their DC franchise properties in […]

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Hamlet 2

Posted: August 22, 2008 at 12:35 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

This irreverent and silly comedy starting Steve Coogan is coming off being the hit film of Sundance and it does a very good job of being funny, even with the lunacy, absurdness, and predictability that fill the picture. Dana Marschz is a high school drama teacher that has moved to Tucson, AZ after failing to […]

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Links for 8/22

Posted: August 22, 2008 at 7:39 am   /   Local, Movie News

Reviews should start rolling out by me again today, been busy, sorry! -Writing has begun on The Hobbit! And here, del Toro talks about the effects work. Mark those calendars for December, 2011! -Here is some Hi-Res Watchmen! -Here is an interview with Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe. -The Goosebumps movie has a couple of […]

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Baby Batch of Links 8/18

Posted: August 18, 2008 at 11:11 am   /   Local, Movie News

-Star Trek has screened, minus a lot of effects work, and is apparently already very impressive. Also, here are some posters! Can you spot Simon Pegg? -Here are some more pics to my highly anticipated film adaptation of The Road, with Viggo in the lead. -Will Wheel of Time be the next big fantasy franchise? […]

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Pineapple Express (2008)

Posted: August 16, 2008 at 9:57 am   /   DVD News, Local, Movie Reviews

Caution: Spoilers A film from the talents that brought us: “Freaks and Geeks”, “Knocked Up” and “George Washington”, among others, “Pineapple Express” certainly blazes on the big screen. Director, David Gordon Green, known for more serious films like “Snow Angels” and “Undertow”, brings a nice, everyday on the down-low atmosphere to the jocular writing styles […]

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