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Knockdown  Review

Knockdown Review

Evil, Jan 10, 2015

Knockdown (aka The Bad Penny) basically tells the story of an undefeated boxer that ends up as a bar owner in Bangkok. Aside from several boxing rounds and a few brief brawls, the movie does not have much action. After an interesting start, the movie begins to stall around the half hour mark with no clear villain, danger, or purpose to keep the p...
Invaders from Mars  Review

Invaders from Mars Review

tallrichard, Jan 09, 2015

Do not confuse this mess with the original 1953 version. This is a Cannon Films remake, just like the Death Wish sequels, it was made on the cheap to add as a second movie on a double feature when those existed....
Darling Companion  Review

Darling Companion Review

KevinKlinelover, Jan 08, 2015

I went to see this on the Big screen in New York and it was a good movie. It's not like most dog movies and it's not one of those to where the dog gets lost and then moments later the dog dies. Every time I look at this, it made me think of when I got to meet Kevin (Kline) on April 14th, 2012 as my early birthday present. He was a sincere and the n...
The Long Kiss Goodnight  Review

The Long Kiss Goodnight Review

simonynwa, Jan 05, 2015

Completely overblown and ridiculous, this still works surprisingly well and has "guilty pleasure" written all over it. A lot of enjoyment comes from seeing an actress you wouldn't expect turn into a great action heroine. Like Liam Neeson in the Taken franchise, Geena Davis takes on an unfamiliar role, chews the scenery and has a blast and a lot of ...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles  Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

tilallr1, Jan 05, 2015

Finally got around to watching this past weekend. Here are my thoughts coming from a seasoned TMNT fan. I have been following Turtles since the 80's, read through all comics (including the new IDW series), watched all the films, which I order Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TMNT, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 then 3. I have also watched all the anim...
Tusk  Review

Tusk Review

TaxiTodd, Jan 04, 2015

This film once again renews my faith in Kevin Smith's filmmaking! An amazing mix of dark humor and Frankenstein style horror. I'm totally excited about seeing his latest project "Yoga Hosers". If you enjoy Smith's writing and comedy style you'll love this film.
Tales from Earthsea  Review

Tales from Earthsea Review

JTurner, Jan 04, 2015

Even a prolific animation studio like Ghibli can turn out a lesser effort. Hiroyuki Morita's THE CAT RETURNS was my personal least favorite Ghibli movie (at least until this), but that film, simplistic and shallow as it was, seems to have much more accolades than 2006's TALES FROM EARTHSEA arguably one of the first productions from the studio to sp...
Into the Woods  Review

Into the Woods Review

JTurner, Jan 04, 2015

In 1987, composer Stephen Sondheim and writer James Lapine collaborated to fashion a rather warped but darkly entertaining musical called INTO THE WOODS. It's a sort of "crossover" fairy tale which answers the unusual question of "what if Cinderella, Jack from the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel all crossed paths?" But the show goes...
Timeline  Review

Timeline Review

tallrichard, Jan 02, 2015

Great book which falls short in the realization. Maybe they should have brought a stronger cast into play or pared down the script rather than filming almost the entire book, it will hold your interest for the about two thirds of the way and then weaken....
About Time  Review

About Time Review

simonynwa, Jan 01, 2015

Curtis could probably rightly be criticised for playing on the same character tropes in nearly all his films since Four Weddings, but it is hard to find fault when the writing and performances are this good. The time travel element is the unique selling point, but far from being a MacGuffin that drives the plot forward and brings obstacles into the...
Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge  Review

Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge Review

Evil, Jan 01, 2015

Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge is very similar to another Syfy series: Face Off. However, rather than just focusing on sculpting and make-ups, this show incorporates a lot of fabrication, mechanization, and the use of puppeteers. The show follows the same format as Face Off: Each episode the contestants are given a theme and then they have ...
Search for the Lost Giants  Review

Search for the Lost Giants Review

Evil, Jan 01, 2015

The premise of Search for the Lost Giants - that there was a race of giants that are now unknown to history - is an intriguing one. However, the show itself is very frustrating. As soon as the brothers seem to be getting close to some real piece of evidence, they always end up stopping for some reason or another. The potential evidence that they...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

Taikero, Dec 29, 2014

(Spoilers ahead)

Dear Peter Jackson,

You and I have journeyed far together. You brought Frodo's task to destroy the One Ring to life a mere decade ago, and with such verve and respect that myself and the world over could not turn a blind eye and fail to hail such an inspiring, thrilling, and (mostly) faithful adaptation. I...
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1  Review

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Review

simonynwa, Dec 29, 2014

A very different film from the first two, not least because there are no actual games, rather the film picks up straight after the last entry to deal with the consequences of that finale. And in truth, whilst this may be down to the source material, it is a welcome decision as another games would have been repetitive and they have fulfilled their p...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

Midnight Max, Dec 29, 2014

"The Hobbit: Battle Of The Five Armies" -- The shortest (144 minutes) and by far the weakest of Peter Jackson's 6 Middle Earth films- it's not bad, but there are elements of bad film-making coursing through its veins. Sporting a superficial, poorly edited narrative and hamstrung by poor CGI, it appears Jackson has caught a bad case of George Lucas ...
Exodus: Gods and Kings  Review

Exodus: Gods and Kings Review

simonynwa, Dec 27, 2014

As visually spectacular as you would expect from a Ridley Scott film (although the 3D is terrible and best avoided), this is equally hampered by a similar issue that plagued Kingdom of Heaven - it feels like there is a stronger director's cut waiting in the wings. The opening portion of the film, detailing Moses' life as an Egyptian prince feels ru...
Planes: Fire & Rescue  Review

Planes: Fire & Rescue Review

TaxiTodd, Dec 26, 2014

Exactly in the same boat as the first Planes movie, one word describes this horrid waste of film... BORING!!!
The Interview  Review

The Interview Review

Midnight Max, Dec 26, 2014

"The Interview" - Although the weakest of the trilogy of major Rogen-Franco endeavors (succeeding 2008's "Pineapple Express" and 2013's "This Is The End"), the duo's charismatic onscreen chemistry and devil-may-care approach intermittently shines through just enough to make a wobbly landing in upper-tier guilty pleasure territory. There are a numbe...
The Interview  Review

The Interview Review

YoungCrazyBlu-RayFan, Dec 25, 2014

So, like many people in the US that doesn't have a playing theater next to them got to watch The Interview via digital release, so what did I think of the controversial comedy, I really liked it.

Film picks up immediately when they get to North Korea, the film becomes a lot funnier and enjoyable when they get to the promi...
Skyfall  Review

Skyfall Review

simonynwa, Dec 24, 2014

Quite frankly one of the best Bond films ever and cements Craig's status in the role. This is up there with From Russia With Love and Goldfinger. The movie acts as a fantastic nod to 50 years of Bond with the final minutes sure to bring a smile to the faces of Bond fans in the same way that The Dark Knight Rises did for Batman fans. However rather ...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

spencerd, Dec 24, 2014

I went into the movie theater with much anticipation to see how the story of The Hobbit (as told by Peter Jackson) would be concluded. I left the theater disappointed, knowing that the film had such potential, but feel short in about every way possible.

The opening sequence of Smaug destroying Laketown was short and sweet, which I beli...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

WVMark, Dec 23, 2014

The review was off its mark. This movie was good. What it lacked was certainly the cut scenes that will no doubt be included in the extended edition. It seemed like Beorn's role, again, was cut down to a very small part. And yes, Smaug's role was only in the beginning of the movie, but what a role! Excellently done. This movie was...
The November Man  Review

The November Man Review

simonynwa, Dec 23, 2014

Moderately entertaining in fits, this is a reminder of how good Brosnan was as Bond. It is a shame then that after a bright start, the film becomes a convoluted mess that fails to hold the attention, includes twists that anyone can spot a mile off and contains passable by-the-numbers action sequences that serve to remind you of how much better film...
The Expendables 3  Review

The Expendables 3 Review

simonynwa, Dec 23, 2014

The series was wearing thing in Part 2 - and this has nothing new to offer except variations on an already well-worn theme. Here the film take itself far too seriously in the first half and watching some of these actors try to "act" is painful. The story, such as it is, is far too long, going to the extent of introducing a new younger set of Expend...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

simonynwa, Dec 22, 2014

More so than either of the other Hobbit films, the titular character is virtually a supporting player in the film and, whilst in the previous two films, the expansion of the book did not overwhelm the central story it was based on, it is here that Jackson's desire to frame this trilogy as a prequel to the Lord of the Rings is far more prominent. Pe...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

bluskiff, Dec 18, 2014

9 out of 10

saw this last night I and every one I saw it with loved it. I am going again on sunday.I have seen both exodus and interstellar let me tell you this blew them both out of the water.
The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town  Review

The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town Review

born2run, Dec 18, 2014

The reviewer was unsure where the bonus content performance was shot. it is at The Carousel House in Asbury Park, New Jersey on December 7, 2010.

This was sadly Clarence Clemons last public appearance with The E Street Band. Hopefully the whole show will be made available in the future.
Exodus: Gods and Kings  Review

Exodus: Gods and Kings Review

mreagan88, Dec 18, 2014

A Ridley Misfire.

This film could have been great but from the opening scene Exodus: Gods & King's starts with a confusing visual of Anglos portraying what is suppose to be dark skinned Egyptians. John Turturro, Joel Edgerton, Christian Bale, Ben Kingsley, Aaron Paul and an obvious miscast of screen legend Sigourney Weaver (Ridley's Al...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review

The Edge, Dec 18, 2014

I saw the movie from start to finish today, this being the official day it opens here in USA, and I think the reviewis
unfair, because the battles were exciting, and Smaug certainly unleashed a fiery inferno of fire upon Laketown. He sure was
terrifying! Acting was pretty good, the score by Howard Shore is amazing, The end...
2001: A Space Odyssey  Review

2001: A Space Odyssey Review

Subtitle, Dec 17, 2014

This is a masterpiece, a crowning achievement for Stanley Kubrick. I've watched this movie countless times throughout my life and I'm still awe struck at the achievement for it's time without any CGI. I've read the book, I've seen it in various theaters some projecting in 70 mm, I've owned it in all formats and I've watched it in a variety of sob...

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