Date posted : 21-Nov-2013 Total Reads : 101
To say that David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) is a 'Big Daddy' would be an understatement. David has fathered 533 children of which 142 have filed a class action lawsuit to find out the identity of their biological father.
Date posted : 21-Nov-2013 Total Reads : 109
Once more we return to the 12th district in the dystopian world of Panem, ruled by the super evil President Snow (Donald Sutherland). After winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence).
Date posted : 21-Nov-2013 Total Reads : 111
It is truly a rarity in this day and age of perpetual blood and gore for an avid horror fan to be shocked and disturbed. Such audiences have become so accustom to the brilliant make-up genius of guys like Greg Nicotero.
Date posted : 15-Nov-2013 Total Reads : 37
First thing I must say is that, Matthew McConaughey has become one hell of an actor. From Killer Joe to Paper Boy followed by Mud and now Dallas Buyers Club he gives nothing less than stellar performances.
Date posted : 15-Nov-2013 Total Reads : 58
'Thor: The Dark World' in my humble opinion is awesome. Of course if you watch our review video you'll see the other half of Two Jews on Film does not share my opinion.
Date posted : 07-Jul-2011 Total Reads : 6510
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is the final adventure in the Harry Potter film series. The much-anticipated motion picture event is the second of two full-length parts.
Date posted : 04-Jul-2011 Total Reads : 5788
Director Michael Bay is finally out with his latest 3D film Transformers: Dark of the Moon. When compared to the previous installments like Revenge of the Fallen, Transformers 3 is far better than the standards of those films. This Hollywood
Date posted : 15-Jun-2011 Total Reads : 15594
Critic's Rating: * * * *
Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Rose Byrne, Kevin Bacon
Direction: Matthew Vaughn
Duration: 2 hours 22 minutes
Date posted : 03-Jun-2011 Total Reads : 4414
Director Justin Lin is back with the movie Fast Five, which is the fifth entry in the series of The Fast and the Furious. His latest venture is an exceptional sequel, which is even better than the original film.
Date posted : 21-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 8121
Red Riding Hood is the teenage adaptation of the children's fable by the same name where a wolf impersonates a little girl's grandmother to eat both up.The film does manage to keep the suspense going and round it up convincingly in the end.
Date posted : 21-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 2233
The Hole despite its failings, it is perfect for the audience it targets - teenagers.What sets The Hole apart is that it pitches the same idea to a very young generation with a very simple message - the greatest thing to fear is fear itself.
Date posted : 20-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 2534
Like most of Bruce Lee's or Jackie Chan's film, Tony Jaa's film rarely has a story to boast of. Even for that the story and direction of Ong Bak 3, both by Tony Jaa, is a new low and the martial arts disappoint too.
Date posted : 20-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 1769
Classic English literature has never failed to provide fodder to cinema. However, it takes much more than a good story to get a film right, as From Prada to Nada.Where the film lets down, is in the acting department and in direction.
Date posted : 12-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 4080
Sadly in Hereafter, Clint Eastwood lapses in his own technique, making it a much lesser film than what it could have been.It traces the near-death experiences of individuals scattered across the world.
Date posted : 11-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 3255
There is nothing original about World Invasion: Battle Los Angeles. In brief, it is Independence Day meets Cloverfield meets Black Hawk Down meets Saving Private Ryan with state-of-art special effects thrown in makes it a fun film
Date posted : 06-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 3541
Thousands of travellers through the ages have trekked through the most inhospitable of snowy mountains and dehydrating deserts. Few have made it, most have not. To the delight of every discerning film lover in the world, "The Way Back" does make it.
Date posted : 05-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 1708
It takes masterly craft to tell a simple, small story convincingly. Director Tom Hooper uses a lot of camera tricks to do that - low angle shots, extreme close ups, and wide angle close up shots to heighten the claustrophobia of a man.
Date posted : 05-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 2195
Natalie Portman, who won an Oscar for this role, drowns herself in this dark tale of an obsessed ballerina. She's fragile and evil in equal and delicate measure, a quality without which the film would not have worked.
Date posted : 05-Mar-2011 Total Reads : 1796
Sadly, despite beginning promisingly, "Hall Pass" loses it way, drags along caught as it is in a quagmire of cliche and old morality of relationships, and ends in a whimper. Comedy, did the filmmaker say? "Hall Pass" is a tragedy of failure.
Date posted : 27-Feb-2011 Total Reads : 2125
What's the point of a film that does not have a point?The answer is a question - why should a film have a point in the first place?If a film entertains,it should be enough.If one is a believer in that part,Drive Angry is definitely a worthy watch.
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