“Delivery Man”, a remake of the Canadian movie “Starbuck”, proves to not be up to par with the original movie.
Although most romantic comedies are dumbed down and low-quality, “About Time” breathes new life into the genre as a quirky masterpiece.
Staffer Clara Ma shares her opinion on Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s thought-provoking documentary, Blackfish.
“Bad Grandpa”, the newest movie in the “Jackass” series, falls short of staffer Michael Kraske’s expectations.
90’s romantic comedies — they’re embarrassing, corny and a great guilty pleasure with unexpected “life lessons”.
Staffer reviews new “Romeo and Juliet” rendition which proves to be a more enjoyable, traditional take on the classic love story with many recognizable cast members delivering memorable performances.
In his debut feature “Don Jon”, Joseph Gordon-Levitt tackles the issue of addiction, not to pills or booze, but to the adult videos and endless self-pleasure that comes with it. And somehow stacked precariously on top of the sticky feeling of this comedy, he gives us an apt social commentary.
Breaking Bad has been taking home awards and topping the charts of TV favorites for the past six years. Now, staffer Susannah Mitchell bids a fond farewell to one of her favorite shows.
New horror movie has simple and boring plot that seems too cliché and fails to impress.
Staffer Tommy Sherk reviews new Sci-Fi movie, Elysium, which falls short of expectations. With the lack of an original plot line, the movie fails to reach its true potential with Matt Damon and Jodie Foster in leading roles.
Baz Luhrman had a huge budget and a star-studded cast for his latest movie, an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.” Yet despite all these factors, the film did not live up to the hype.
Remake of classic 90′s dinosaur film gains suspense and more realistic feel with it’s 3D debut.