Relativity Media’s celebrity driven movie Movie 43 hit theaters this weekend and I was one of the few that saw it. Despite it doing poorly at the box office I just couldn’t help myself from seeing it.
The long wait is over and Halo 4 is finally here. I got my hands on it a few weeks ago and played the hell out of it. A question stirring in many fan minds: “Is it as good as the original Halo (1 2 or 3) or is it similar to Reach?”
First of all, it is valuable to look at the redeeming aspects of this film. Luckily there are only a few so this won’t take too long. The visuals. Without a doubt this film has some of the greatest scenery I’ve seen in a modern movie. Read the rest of the review after the jump…
When 3 friends decide to throw a birthday party for one of their own to make a name for themselves at a high school where they are nobodies, what could possibly go wrong? Things start to spiral out of control, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t one hell of a party.
David Fincher, who brought you so many movies that you know you loved, remakes The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. First book of a trilogy written by Stieg Larsson, and made into movies first in Swedish and now Americanized.
Guy Richie, who has brought you the movies Snatch, Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Rocknrolla, and the first Sherlock Holmes, delivers something huge. Read the review after the jump…
I was lucky enough to see “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” the other night. It was by far the funniest of the trilogy, and in actual GOOD 3D. Can you believe it, good 3D?
If you are getting tired of remakes, then this is just something that is gonna have to make you rethink that. Footloose is a fantastic remake of a classic movie from the 80s that is better known for it’s soundtrack than the movie itself.
Another familiar title out this weekend, The Thing. No, not a remake. Yeah, I was telling people it was a remake too, but it actually serves as a prequel to the movie that came out in 84′.
No Julius Caesar here, but the Ides of March delivers something incredible to the screen this weekend. With an outstanding cast with huge names George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, who is very hot right now after just having his other movie Drive be a hit, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei, and Evan Rachel Wood, you’d expect that this movie better live up to it’s potential.