Last post on 03/05/13 at 12:37 PM CT by Looneymanthegreat
This movie looks really good. I really enjoyed the directors last feature Blue Valentine, and hope that this one will be even better.
Last post on 03/04/13 at 07:06 PM CT by Chris Kavan
It looks like the movie is going to have a limited release in New York on March 22 and L.A. on April 5th this year. If a it gets picked up I would say a DVD release isn't likely until at least summer 2013 or fall 2013 - but I will update it (and On the Road) when it is announced.The US is just stingy about releasing any wide international release that hasn't graced our theaters - it doesn't matter if it comes from the UK, France, Japan - wherever - even On the Road with some big names - until …
Last post on 03/02/13 at 06:32 PM CT by Robyn
The ingredients are delivered without much style of flair, and the movie makes for a pretty bland dish. Stewart does possesses talent--but he just hasn't created a satisfying film with it. In all three instances "Priest", "Legion" and now "Dark Skies." The potential for a compelling story line and terror is there--but not achieved to satisfaction. In the Barrett household, something is seriously amiss. Is it that unemployed architect Daniel (Hamilton) is quietly panicked about finding a …
Last post on 03/02/13 at 09:04 AM CT by Sci-FI Movie Guru
It is so nice to see that movies you can bring the whole family to seem to have made a come back over the past few years. Most of them are animated like Escape from Planet Earth. Having grown up in the era of Walt Disney, we all love animated movies. So we joined some of our friends and all the kids and went to the 3D version. Everyone loved the characters, Heroic Scorch, geeky Gary, Lena and the villain Shanker. The 3D effects had everyone ducking and screaming....it was so much fun. Good …
Last post on 02/21/13 at 04:35 AM CT by aliena
I love this movie. It's amazing. And I'm not just saying this because
I'm a die-hard fan of the book. It has a great script, great cast, it's
well directed, awesome soundtrack and undeniable strong performances.
Last post on 02/18/13 at 02:12 AM CT by aliena
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is appreciable because of its
brilliance, acceptable for its nobility and unquestionable in its
Last post on 02/18/13 at 02:10 AM CT by aliena
Just saw it, better acting and better dialogue than "Twilight"...but that's a low bar of achievement.
Last post on 02/07/13 at 01:57 AM CT by Mainstreetmoviez
i would love to watch this movie.
Last post on 02/06/13 at 03:49 AM CT by manchesterteddy
This film was pretty good. What better to have rednecks taking down criminals. The film was creative with the different gangs of people willing to take on the outlaws. Definately a must see.
Last post on 01/29/13 at 06:46 PM CT by Chris Kavan
It has been getting terrible reviews - in the realm of "worst movie I have seen" quality. I think the biggest hit against it is that the sketches are vulgar, gross, crass and just not all that funny (by most accounts - I have yet to see it myself). Just because there is talent involved doesn't mean it's any good - though I could see this attain a certain cult status considering how bad so many people say it is.
Last post on 01/27/13 at 07:12 PM CT by FSUNoles27TS
I will avoid seeing this out of protest for stupid premises overtaking the TV commercials. This looks really stupid Not looking forward to any movies coming out soon. 2013 movies I look forward to; World War Z; Ender's Game, Man of Steel, and the Croods
Last post on 01/25/13 at 09:28 PM CT by Chris Kavan
The trailer was much more intense than I expected. With McConaughey and Michael Shannon on board, this should be one to watch. I still have Take Shelter on my list of movies I need to watch.
Last post on 01/23/13 at 12:39 AM CT by aliena
I have added it on my "to watch list".
Last post on 01/07/13 at 08:19 PM CT by Chris Kavan
I'm very much looking forward to watching this - coming up on the 10th - I though the Hurt Locker was terrific and am anticipating this to be one of the best films of the year.
Last post on 01/03/13 at 08:46 AM CT by FSUNoles27TS
Its funny you say that. I thought it had the same feel as GWTD. Didn't know the same people were involved.
Last post on 12/30/12 at 10:45 AM CT by Chris Kavan
It's like Date Night - great actors, but I also have a feeling the film itself is only going to be average - I'm saying a rental on this one.
Last post on 12/29/12 at 01:28 AM CT by aliena
A great film and highly highly recommended.
Last post on 12/27/12 at 02:44 PM CT by Chris Kavan
Good to know - I'll be watching this on Sunday and my hopes are high due to the many nominations and great opening numbers for the film. For a change, I don't think I'm going to be disappointed with this one.
Last post on 12/26/12 at 09:33 AM CT by FSUNoles27TS
I will probably wait to hear from others on this movie, or at least wait until DVD. I feel like it will be one of those that tries too hard, and still fails to deliver. I could be wrong though.
Last post on 12/21/12 at 07:41 PM CT by Chris Kavan
From what I understand, this was pretty much a passion project for RZA - which usually has the potential to turn our really amazing or completely awful. I will probably catch this when it's available to rent or stream - martial arts action films are always fun, and a little (or a lot of) blood never hurts things.
Last post on 12/19/12 at 04:00 PM CT by Chris Kavan
Well, if it's any consolation, I have a feeling it's not going to take very long for this to hit video/streaming - I really should watch the original movie to see if it's something that would interest me. I usually give any horror movie a chance.
Last post on 12/18/12 at 01:31 AM CT by Matthew
The Bourne Legacy is a weak film that exists as nothing more than a sore tit hanging from a cash cow that's spent already. Bourne Identity through Bourne Ultimatum had a complete story, told well. The first thirty minutes is a redundant back-and-forth between Renner walking around snow and trees, and Edward Norton delivering the same speech three times about "how serious this situation is". The plot is finally found roughly 45 minutes in, and then rushes to an anti-climactic …
Last post on 12/12/12 at 04:28 PM CT by Chris Kavan
I know the music - but have never seen this on stage. Given the huge buzz surrounding this film, I will have to watch it. I don't have a problem with musicals in general, so I'm interested to see how they incorporate it into film format.
Last post on 12/11/12 at 08:17 PM CT by FSUNoles27TS
I skipped reading it in high school so many times, I might as well pay my teachers back by going to see this book to movie piece.
Last post on 12/10/12 at 10:02 AM CT by FSUNoles27TS
Read this in high school. Couldnt put it down. The film will probably butcher it like all films due to books. It doesn't mean it won't be great.