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reviewed Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox. March 25
Jusitce League: Flashpoint Paradox
With as long as many of these DC characters have been around, I would imagine that some writers and illustrators certainly have their work cut out for themselves when it comes to crafting a tale that’s …
reviewed Justice League: War. March 25
Justice League: War
I grew up reading DC Comics.  Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Green Lantern were always on my bookshelves, and, as I grew more and more familiar with them, I was even happier …
reviewed Forgetting the Girl (2012). March 19
Forgetting the Girl (2012)
We’ve been spoiled.  No, I’m not talking about plot details; rather, I’m talking about whodunits.  Those of us who truly enjoy whodunits have been inundated for decades with …
reviewed The Truth About Emanuel (2013). March 19
The Truth About Emanuel (2013)
As a viewer, I personally feel I can only asked to suspend disbelief through so many layers of the narrative.  I’m OK with quirky characters.  I’m OK with pretentious teenagers.  …
reviewed 300 Rise of an Empire. March 17
300 Rise of an Empire
Sometimes the best that can honestly be said about a motion picture is that it knew precisely what it wanted to deliver and, in the final sum, it did so.  300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE falls into that category, …
reviewed Headhunters (film). March 17
Headhunters (film)
HEADHUNTERS is an extremely well-produced black comedy that borrows liberally from the cat-and-mouse white-collar caper flicks of many nations.  Executive headhunter Roger Brown is played by Aksel …
reviewed Non-Stop. March 15
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Liam Neeson stars as troubled air marshal Bill Marks, who is enroute to London. He starts receiving text messages saying someone onboard will be killed every 20 minutes unless $150M is sent to a secret …
reviewed Swerve (2012). March 14
Swerve (2012)
Oh, what a man won’t do for the right woman!  Or should that properly be phrased as, “Oh, what a man won’t do should the right woman ask … the right way!”  Similar …
reviewed Uncut (2009). March 14
Uncut (2009)
Given how many production companies big and small as well as wannabe media mavens presently occupy planet Earth, I suspect that it’s really quite difficult to come up with something that feels not …
reviewed Iron Sky: Director's Cut (Steelbook). March 14
Iron Sky: Director's Cut (Steelbook)
If the movies taught me anything as of late, it’s that Nazis are due for a comeback!  They’re taken center stage in some pretty solid World War II era zombie flicks, and I recall watching …
reviewed Contracted (2013). March 13
Contracted (2013)
I’m a big fan of zombie films.  I’ve always loved stories that have tinkered in this world wherein the dead aren’t quite dead – not, at least, the way they should be – …
reviewed Wicked Blood (2014). March 12
Wicked Blood (2014)
Seriously.  Hollywood screenwriters have some increasingly macabre fascination with American small towns.  If the motion pictures they churn out are any indication, then an intelligent person …
reviewed Commitment (2013). March 12
Commitment (2013)
I’m the first to admit that I don’t have a firm grasp on all of the geopolitical history involving North and South Korea.  In fact – outside of what little bit that got covered …
reviewed Sparks: The Origin of Ian Sparks (2013). March 12
Sparks: The Origin of Ian Sparks (2013)
I kid you not: I read my first comic book in 1970.  (It was a Batman story, but I honestly don’t remember any of the specifics.)  Bitten by the superhero bug at such a ripe, young age, …
reviewed Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz (2013). March 10
Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz (2013)
Seriously: what’s not to love?  Last I checked, men love war movies.  And – the last I checked – men love zombie movies.  How can anyone one-up that?  Simple: you …
reviewed The Outsider (2014). March 10
The Outsider (2014)
I love a good thriller as much as the next (online) critic.  Seriously, I do.  What’s practically universal about thrillers is that they can be accomplished on practically any budget; …
reviewed Robocop (2014). March 04
Robocop (2014)
In my youth, a new ROBOCOP movie is exactly the kind of release I would rush to on the first night it was available to the public-at-large.  I just knew it had the kind of big-budget goodness that …
reviewed The Tall Man. March 04
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The Tall Man
            THE TALL MAN      As a fan of Jessica Biel and of horror/thriller films I had to check this out. The cover alone was enough to …
reviewed Watchtower. February 26
Foreign films can be a mixed bag.  Often times, I’ve praised the fact that – because they’re made without the creative shackles of the American studio system – they tend to …
reviewed The Silence. February 26
The Silence
It would seem that murder mysteries have been around perhaps as long as the Earth has housed mankind.  Because of this singular truth, the only way modern storytellers can truly distinguish one gruesome …
reviewed A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape fro.... February 25
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A Turtle's Tale 2: Sammy's Escape from Paradise
You’d certainly be forgiven if 2010’s A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy's Adventures slipped by you without notice.  In a literal, uh, sea of competition, STUDIOCANAL’s take on the …
reviewed Hazmat. February 24
I’ve seen scads of films.  Seriously.  Big budget.  Low budget.  No budget.  I suspect HAZMAT probably is one of those that falls in somewhere the ‘no’ and ‘low’ …
reviewed Firefly - The Complete Series (2002). February 24
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Firefly - The Complete Series (2002)
First off, let me assure you this: I’m no fanboy who slobbers over all things Joss Whedon.  I don’t dislike the man, nor do I dislike his work.  I have a healthy respect for anyone …
reviewed Twice Born. February 21
Twice Born
I’ve yet to come across a wartime melodrama that I personally felt was worth its weight in gold … with the notable exception being the absolutely perfect CASABLANCA.  Mind you, there …
reviewed The Future (aka Il Futuro). February 20
The Future (aka Il Futuro)
Coming-of-age stories have been around quite possibly as long as folks have been coming-of-age.  The beauty of most of them is that they embrace that universal experience – that fragile emotional …
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