Noah (2014) Movie Review “A Grand, Epic, Beautiful and Controversial Biblical Tale”

“Noah” actually made my Top 20 most anticipated films of the year list. Yet, when “Noah” was released for a variety of reasons I wasn’t able to see it (along with “Need for Speed”). I didn’t forget about it though, I did plan to see (both of) them before the end of the year and… Read More Noah (2014) Movie Review “A Grand, Epic, Beautiful and Controversial Biblical Tale”

Ghostbusters 3? Not Sure If I Want to Make That Call

After “Ghostbusters 2” you’d expect to see a follow up. Although not as well received as the original, “Ghostbusters” still had a strong fan base, and “Ghostbusters 2” did well enough to warrant a second sequel. Through a few different series of events “Ghostbusters 3” never got put into production. However for the past 10-15… Read More Ghostbusters 3? Not Sure If I Want to Make That Call

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) Movie Review “A Darker and Superior Entry”

There is a scene about a quarter of the way through this film that could really sum up just how good this movie (and series) can be. Harry Potter and the rest of his classmates are outside in the woods getting taught a lesson from one of the newest teacher at Hogwarts school of witchcraft… Read More Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) Movie Review “A Darker and Superior Entry”

The November Man (2014) Movie Review “This November was Certainly Cold and Dull”

“The November Man” had many of the ingredients necessary to produce a new spy thriller franchise. It has a memorable and catchy title, a well known talented actor attempting to go through a resurgence, a well liked and (at the time) popular novel, and right now is the perfect film climate to release an older… Read More The November Man (2014) Movie Review “This November was Certainly Cold and Dull”

The Drop (2014) Movie Review “A Dark and Somber Near Masterpiece”

September has recently for the past few years been the breeding grounds for some great crime thriller/dramas. 2010 saw the evidence of Ben Affleck’s resurgence in the near masterpiece “The Town”. 2011 saw the critical favorite Ryan Gosling’s vehicle “Drive” and 2012 gave us the highly entertaining yet emotional charged “End of Watch”. While last… Read More The Drop (2014) Movie Review “A Dark and Somber Near Masterpiece”

Ghostbusters 2 (1989) Movie Review “Flawed Yet Entertaining Follow Up”

With a thunderous crash, the first frames of “Ghostbusters 2” are the words, “5 years later.” Soon we are treated too our first images of Dana Barrett (once again played Sigourney Weaver) walking down the streets of Manhattan with her baby as she passes by a bunch of citizens of New York being rude and… Read More Ghostbusters 2 (1989) Movie Review “Flawed Yet Entertaining Follow Up”

Boyhood (2014) Movie Review “Honest, True, Heartwarming, and Real”

When viewing a film such as this it’s hard to describe it to people who haven’t seen it. “Boyhood” is a coming of age story but unlike any we’ve seen in past. No it’s not like “Stand By Me” or the recent “Spectacular Now”. It doesn’t feature a plot of the boy trying to get… Read More Boyhood (2014) Movie Review “Honest, True, Heartwarming, and Real”

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) Movie Review “A Good Second Chapter”

Warner Brothers Pictures wasted no time getting the 2nd chapter in the Harry Potter Saga made. After “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was released on November 16th 2001, It went on to gross a little more than 974 million dollars at the worldwide box office and was a hit with critics and fans everywhere.… Read More Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) Movie Review “A Good Second Chapter”