The Collapse of the Comic Book Movie

According to reports, Marvel has films mapped out to 2028. From now until then are at least 11 confirmed films, and rumors of films nearly equal to that. Furthermore, Warner Bros, who owns the rights to DC Comics, also has at least eleven confirmed films in the works to match the enormous success of Marvel. [Read More...]

Review: Funky Soul Gets On Down in James Brown Biopic ‘Get On Up’

‘Get On Up’ is a good flick that makes you feel, rather than tells you about, the groove that ran through the life of James Brown. [Read more...]

Movie Review: Faith and Murder Mix in Gripping, Excellent ‘Calvary’

Why would someone want to kill a good priest? [Read more...]

‘Boyhood’ (2014) – The Start of Something Great

If you’ve heard anything about Boyhood, it’s probably the hype surrounding its groundbreaking 12-year production phase. This is a movie that started filming in 2002, and follows a boy named Mason (played by Ellar Coltrane) as he quite literally grows up before our eyes, with all the change and experiences that growing up entails. The [Read More...]

Review: A Dissenting View on Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’

The very things other people loved were negatives to me. [Read more...]

Review: Zach Braff Grows Up in ‘Wish I Was Here’

The Garden State director delivers a new film about death, family, humor, faith, and love. [Read more...]

Review: ‘The Purge: Anarchy’ (2014)

To enjoy The Purge (2013), and its sequel, The Purge: Anarchy (2014), which must have gone into conception about the day the first film left the hospital, you need to buy into an interesting, albeit nonsensical premise; that one day a year all crime is made legal to provide denizens with a cathartic purging of their criminal proclivities. For [Read More...]

AFI DOCS Review: Three Fantastic Documentaries to Watch

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending D.C.’s AFI DOCS. For many, the annual, international documentary film festival is the closest thing you can get to a Hollywood red carpet experience on the east coast. With more filmmakers at the 5-day event than the city likely receives in an entire year, the [Read More...]

Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a mature, complex, and entertaining look at the road to war. [Read more...]

Review: Charming ‘Earth to Echo’ Celebrates Boyhood

Don’t let the familiar storyline stop your kids from enjoying this sweet, child-centric adventure. [Read more...]


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