Guardian of the Galaxy Review: We Are All Doomed…Or Are We?

Guardians of the Galaxy has to be the best movies to come out so far in 2014 in terms of a family movie that warms the heart and a science-fiction movie that heats the planets.  The storyline epic is continual with the cast of vibrant characters, the CG effects are gorgeous, the acting is lively, the sound score is exceptional, and the atmosphere of space is ever-reaching in this new Marvel movie ...[Read More]

I Origins Review: The Eyes Are Hereditary

I Origins is the next directorial debut by Mike Cahill, director of Another Earth. Mike Cahill not only directed I Origins, but also wrote the interesting science-fiction film all about the human eye and the consequences of life after death. I Origins begins with a party in which oddly enough a scientist (Ian) goes around taking pictures of people’s eyes. He ends up meeting Sofi (Astrid Bergès-Fri...[Read More]

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review: The Return of the King

Dawn of the Planet of The Apes comes out today, and many people will be excited to see the return of Caesar (Andy Serkis) since the last film.  Directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) we see an entirely new San Francisco overrun by not just the destruction of modern society, but domination by all sorts of flora and fauna. I must admit, I was surprised that Matt Reeves pulled off such a high-budget m...[Read More]

Snowpiercer Review: The Train With The Eerily Cold Presence

Snowpiercer is the next sci-fi adventure based on global-warming and all things life-threatening. Starring Chris Evans as Curtis, this science-fiction adventure takes the audience through a train that travels around the globe in an apocalyptic world. The movie is full of action sequences that are memorable and enticing. Snowpiercer starts off after a global-warming experiment accidentally kills of...[Read More]

Maleficent Review: Sleeping Beauty Reawakened

Maleficent is all about the power of womanhood and how trust is often found in the people we least likely expect it to be. Michael Stromberg directs the visual fantasy of Maleficent, which focuses on the evil Disney villain Maleficent of the same name that has been left often vague in past animated titles by Disney in Sleeping Beauty. As a young woman, Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) happily grows up ...[Read More]

X-Men: Days of Future Past Review – Time Is Magnificent

Bryan Singer returns with his most popularly directed franchise of films in X-Men: Days of Future Past. The movie includes all the right storyline detail, character interaction, and moreover time-space continuum jumps in any movie we have ever seen with superheroes. X-Men: Days of Future Past is based on the comics of the same name, and built entirely on the most ingenious concept of the X-Men com...[Read More]

Godzilla Review: A Movie Entirely About Everything Other Than Godzilla

The world’s most famous and powerful giant lizard returns in a movie titled after his name: ‘Godzilla.’ Directed by Gareth Edwards and written for the screen by Max Borenstein/Dave Callaham, Godzilla presents a view of a world where everything seems to go wrong all of a sudden and rather randomly. The thrill is light, and while Godzilla is the name of the film, it hardly feels like a bulk of the f...[Read More]

Locke Review: Paint Drying Is More Interesting Than Cement

Steven Knight (Eastern Promises) directs and writes ‘Locke,’ a one-man show about a man driving from one part of the United Kingdom to another in a 6-day shooting production period. Locke primarily shows that Tom Hardy is capable of maintaining a feature film in his own right as an actor, but one in where the plot sadly does very little to keep things interesting. The movie of Locke centers on Iva...[Read More]

Oculus Review: A Reflection Of New Horror With Some Smears

Oculus is all about the haunted, the creepy, and the fantastical in director Mike Flanagan’s first foray into the horror genre. The thrill is goose-bump raising, the horror is just the right amount of darkness, and while the film’s pacing seems rather cut throat and abrupt, the action is solid. There are your films using cameras about poltergeist, or demonic possessions made popular by Paranormal ...[Read More]

Enemy Review: The Tarantulas Have Spoken

Enemy is the critical inception of Jose Saramago on-screen in a movie that stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Adam Bell and his own counterpart/enemy – Anthony Claire. The storyline is very interesting, but a bulk of the story does not stay true to the novel’s depth of prose and thematic motif. The storyline starts with Adam Bell who is a Toronto History college professor who is very routine in his work and...[Read More]

300: Rise of An Empire Review – The Failure Of A Leader

300: Rise of an Empire tries to focus on rampant action and blood/gore from ‘300’ while continuing the story onwards. Zack Snyder wrote the screenplay of the movie, but on a very strong level his lack of work as a director is apparent in the film’s execution. While the storyline is bearable and the naval sequences vast in scale and size, the character of Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Staple...[Read More]

Non-Stop Review: Not Entirely A Non-Stop Plot

Non-Stop marks Liam Neeson’s entry into yet another action movie that has you on the edge of your plane seat. In the instance of the movie, this is exactly what the passengers of a transatlantic flight have done. Air Marshall Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) receives a serious of sudden threatening cellular messages to his phone that unless 150 million dollars is transferred to an off-shore bank account, ...[Read More]

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