“Delivery Man”, a remake of the Canadian movie “Starbuck”, proves to not be up to par with the original movie.
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“Bad Grandpa”, the newest movie in the “Jackass” series, falls short of staffer Michael Kraske’s expectations.
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.
But despite the fact that this touching and heart-wrenching film had a slow beginning, it is truly an incredible movie. It tells the story of a boy named Charlie (Logan Lerman) who is coping with the suicide of his best friend and suffers from depression and various other mental disorders.
This animated flick includes heartache, danger and the unbreakable bond between boy and dog, all tied up in a black and white bow.
“Hotel Transylvania” is the quirkiest of the recent slew of animated monster movies this year.
[media-credit name="www.imbd.com" align="alignright" width="214"][/media-credit]A frozen yogurt, three packs of gum, a surf magazine, a new book, a cup of coffee with a scone, a bagel, a pack of colorful markers, the new Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros album, two new rolls of film; all things that are under seven […]
Tired of living in Kansas? Take a vacation to Paris circa the 1920’s in Alan Rudolph’s artistic masterpiece “The Moderns.”
New film “Premium Rush” delivers a humorous yet exciting trek through New York City streets, espionage and love triangles, all culminating in an action flick that is sure to stay relevant for years to come.
There’s no denying “We Need to Talk About Kevin” is a difficult film — it’s the story of a mother’s worst nightmare and her seemingly evil son, told with structural complexity and devastating power.
In Suzanne Collins’ “Hunger Games” future of a North American dystopia, we’re given a glimpse into a Country That Could Be. After war has decimated the world we know, a new totalitarian government springs up to control the masses – and make sure nothing so horrible happens to their people again.