Rectifying Keanu and Company: Bram Stoker's Dracula

When released, Coppala's take on Dracula suffered from criticism's focused mainly on certain California-accented actors trying to play Shakespeare and a truly....inspired performance by Anthony Hopkins, but is there more to this film that was overshadowed by these criticisms, and was the film prematurely buried undeservedly? 'A Fair Shake' attempts to correct these cinematic wrongs.

May 15th, 2014

Neighbors (2014): Efron Double Feature!

The new comedy Neighbors represents a changing tide for the Apatow crew, but does it also represent the coming of Zac Efron as a serious actor? One Efron movie leads to another and soon you're in a strange apartment, with a hastily scrawled message on the pillow by your head reading "Thanks for the fun--Zac" Not even as much as a little drawing of a heart to comfort you in your shame.

May 12th, 2014


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