Latest Action Movie Reviews

Big Hero 6 (2014)

 Ever since Disney purchased Marvel back in 2009, we have gotten a lot of good action/superhero films that have a strong connection to their continuity. However, with today’s feature, Marvel and Disney are branching out and creating something completely different. The finalized product is the motion picture for today “Big Hero 6” based off Marvel’s […]

The Book of Life (2014)

  Halloween is a typical holiday where things tend to be a bit on the scary side. Then there’s the Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday similar to Halloween, but with a more remembrance and focus on those who are gone from the world. And Hollywood is known for releasing films that are focused […]

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Latest Adventure Movie Reviews

Big Hero 6 (2014)

 Ever since Disney purchased Marvel back in 2009, we have gotten a lot of good action/superhero films that have a strong connection to their continuity. However, with today’s feature, Marvel and Disney are branching out and creating something completely different. The finalized product is the motion picture for today “Big Hero 6” based off Marvel’s […]

The Book of Life (2014)

  Halloween is a typical holiday where things tend to be a bit on the scary side. Then there’s the Day of the Dead, a Mexican holiday similar to Halloween, but with a more remembrance and focus on those who are gone from the world. And Hollywood is known for releasing films that are focused […]

Latest Comedy Movie Reviews

St. Vincent (2014)

 This movie opens up with our main character telling a very dry joke, which sets up the tone for the rest of the film. “St. Vincent” is a comedy that puts focus on one grumpy old man trying to come to terms with his life. The resulting effort is a gem of originality that has […]

Big Hero 6 (2014)

 Ever since Disney purchased Marvel back in 2009, we have gotten a lot of good action/superhero films that have a strong connection to their continuity. However, with today’s feature, Marvel and Disney are branching out and creating something completely different. The finalized product is the motion picture for today “Big Hero 6” based off Marvel’s […]

Latest Drama Movie Reviews

Forrest Gump (1994)

 With this movie, everyone has at least heard or seen it at least once in their lives. “Forrest Gump” is a remarkable drama that tells the tale of American pop culture through a man’s eyes. This in turn, has made the movie become a part of American culture as well. After 20 years, the film […]

Slumdog Millionaire

Before there was 127 Hours in Danny Boyle’s filmography, there was Slumdog Millionaire. Although these movies had nothing in common, the British director was successful at staying in the audience’s consciousness well after the credits rolled. This romantic drama movie casted Dev Patel and Frieda Pinto as the prominent stars, along with Anil Kapoor (the […]

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Latest Foreign Movie Reviews

Persepolis (2007)

 The Middle East, in more recent years, is starting to become a place full of violent content. Everywhere one looks, there is a sense of fear and terror throughout, making it impossible to stay or even live. So getting a documented look at the place is tricky. Luckily, we have the 2007 animated feature “Persepolis” […]

Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

 Everyone wants to become rich, even those who are poor and can not afford luxuries. Many countries experience poverty with the big dream of becoming wealthy. One of these countries is India where the status of the people are very low. But what if a man from the streets answered all of the questions on […]

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Latest Horror Movie Reviews

Pontypool (Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly) CAPSULE REVIEW

Title: Pontypool Studio/Distributor: IFC Midnight/Maple Pictures/Crescent Road Pictures Cast: Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly, Hrank Alianak, Rick Roberts, Daniel Fathers, Beatriz Yuste, Tony Burgess, Boyd Banks, Hannah Fleming, Rachel Burns, Laura Nordin, Diane Gordon, Daniel Park, Yvonne Moore, Raffaele Carniato Director: Bruce McDonald Writer: Tony Burgess (adapted from his novel of the same name) […]

As Above, So Below (2014)

An allegorical thrill ride that manages to subvert many of the clichés and pratfalls of the found footage genre, As Above, So Below will probably remind a lot of people of The Descent or, well, The Cave, but it’s a smarter movie than both of those — especially The Cave — and it probably generates […]

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Latest Mystery Movie Reviews

The Captive (2014)

Take a step back after you see The Captive — if you do, indeed, choose to watch it — and try to piece it all together. I’m not sure it’s possible. Whether through the editing process — during which scenes have been chronologically scrambled and some points have been cut altogether (or were never filmed) […]

The Frozen Ground (2013)

Based on a true story — and actually feeling real, which is often not the case — The Frozen Ground is a film detailing a trio of interconnecting stories which give us a character on each side of the story. The film is about Robert Hansen (John Cusack), a serial killer who kidnapped, raped, killed, […]

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Latest Romance Movie Reviews

Slumdog Millionaire

Before there was 127 Hours in Danny Boyle’s filmography, there was Slumdog Millionaire. Although these movies had nothing in common, the British director was successful at staying in the audience’s consciousness well after the credits rolled. This romantic drama movie casted Dev Patel and Frieda Pinto as the prominent stars, along with Anil Kapoor (the […]

The Longest Week (2014)

The Longest Week is the most Wes Anderson-y movie you’ll see that in no way, shape, or form has anything to do with Wes Anderson. From the opening scene to the last, you’ll be able to see the Anderson inspirations. There’s some Woody Allen thrown in here, too. I don’t think many people are going […]

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Latest Sci-Fi Movie Reviews

INTERSTELLAR (2014)

For a man with just ten movies of directorial involvement under his belt and to make the A-List of directors in Hollywood Christopher Nolan surely has his bearings placed right. Known for his anarchic works since his indie days of MEMENTO all the way to blockbuster ring leaders such as the BATMAN trilogy, Christopher Nolan […]

The Giver (2014)

Written in 1993 by Lois Lowry and read across classrooms all across North America, The Giver is a book that has become a mainstay in the school and something that almost all middle schoolers wind up reading at some point in their school career. And it makes sense that they do. Its themes resonate best […]

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Latest Thrillers Movie Reviews

Pontypool (Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly) CAPSULE REVIEW

Title: Pontypool Studio/Distributor: IFC Midnight/Maple Pictures/Crescent Road Pictures Cast: Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly, Hrank Alianak, Rick Roberts, Daniel Fathers, Beatriz Yuste, Tony Burgess, Boyd Banks, Hannah Fleming, Rachel Burns, Laura Nordin, Diane Gordon, Daniel Park, Yvonne Moore, Raffaele Carniato Director: Bruce McDonald Writer: Tony Burgess (adapted from his novel of the same name) […]

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Latest Other Movie Reviews

EDGE OF TOMORROW (2014)

EDGE OF TOMORROW is complete mindfuckery. The kind of mindfuckery that is expected in a Doug Liman movie and the style of fuckery that an audience would accept with arms wide open. Yes – let’s admit this, we love a twisted plot or even so any pattern of twist in a movie. Doug Liman is […]

Pride

There are countless films about love, but you will be hard pressed to find one better than Pride, because that’s what the film is about; love. It’s not a love story as such. There is no boy-meets-girl , but it is about love and how we as humans love one another. Pride tells us the […]

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