A look at the new wild action fest from director Joe Carnahan. Will it live up to his money back guarantee statement? Or will I finally get to ask a director for my money back? I could use that 8 bucks.
A review of two films that tackle the darker side of celebrity. The latest from directors Nacho Vigalondo and David Cronenberg tell stories of celebrity obsession and celebrity hubris, respectively. Sounds like a fun day at the movies, don't it?
Mixing animation and live action has a spotted history in anything outside of children's movies (or maybe dance numbers), but Ari Folman has made one of the most daring toon/live-action films to date. Think Looney Tunes through the lens of Aeon Flux's obfuscated philosophy.
A failed review of an atrocious Michael Jackson cash-in (can it still be considered a cash-in?), leads to an enticingly strange romance film that sits far better, at least when compared to Michael Jackson zombie revolution schlock.
Terry Gilliam returns with his first film since 2009's The Imaginarium of Dr. Parsnasus and his first sci-fi film since 1995's 12 Monkeys. Here's to hoping that Gilliam still has his same wonderfully skewed imagination running in high gear.