Movie Review: Red 2 by Jason Burleson

Red 2 is the subsequent follow up to 2010’s cinematic action-comedy Red. After grossing over $90 million domestically, it was really only a matter of when they would make this film rather than if they would make a sequel.  Fortunately, for us, it was sooner rather than later as again the sequel finds home to... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Monsters University

The last few films released by Disney/Pixar have been disappointing to say the least. We all know it, there's no need to act like they haven't been. Cars 2 was a complete waste of time, and was the studio's first pure cash grab (and Rotten film on Rotten Tomatoes), and despite it's Oscar win, Brave was nothing more than... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Hitchcock (Richard’s Take)

Sometimes Hollywood can be pretty revealing in terms of the projects that Directors pick to film. You can almost get to know their personalities just by watching their filmographies grow. Quentin Tarantino and David Fincher are two prime examples. For that reason alone, I've now got my eye on newcomer Sacha Gervasi, who previously directed... Continue Reading →

Lost in Previews: Hitchcock

This is the first trailer for Hitchcock.  It is very different from what I thought it would be.  There is a lot of humor in the trailer, and I assume in the film as well.  I love the line "By the way, try the finger sandwiches.  They are real fingers."  Anthony Hopkins looks good in... Continue Reading →

First Look at ‘Hitchcock’

Hitchcock is a new film based on the book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho by Stephen Rebello.  The film stars Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Danny Huston, Tony Collette, Jessica Biel, Michael Stuhlbarg, James D'Arcy, Michael Wincott, Richard Portnow, and Kurtwood Smith.  John J. McLaughlin wrote the screenplay and Sacha Gervasi directed the film.  Below is... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Brighton Rock

Brighton Rock is an English film based on the novel by Graham Greene.  The film is set in Brighton, England in 1964.  The main character is Pinkie, played by Sam Riley, who is some sort of low life kid who has gotten into a Brighton gang or mob.  The film follows him and the events... Continue Reading →

Lost in Previews: Arthur Trailers 1 and 2

Arthur is a remake of the original Arthur (1981).  Instead of Dudley Moore as Arthur, we have Russell Brand, and Helen Mirren replaces John Gielgud as Hobson.  Jennifer Garner, Greta Gerwig, Nick Nolte, Luis Guzman, and Geraldine James also star.  The film looks funny and Russell Brand actually makes me laugh.  I would also love... Continue Reading →

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