Movie Review: Godzilla (Richard’s Review)

For anyone who still has a bad taste in their mouths from Roland Emmerich's terrible 1998 reboot of the Godzilla franchise, rest assured. There is no Matthew Broderick, no Hank Azaria, no Puff Daddy/Led Zeppelin callabos, no Taco Bell endorsements, and most importantly nothing that resembles the blueish-grey lizard of the previous film. Gareth Edwards has FINALLY given us... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Neighbors

In a summer that already seems to be massively dominated by Superhero films and reboots of already existing franchises, Seth Rogan's latest comedy moves in next door and shuts it all down. Neighbors very smartly and hilariously shows what happens when a college Frat House that moves in next door to a couple of mid 30s adults... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Peter Parker returns in the sequel to 2012's mostly un-needed reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, The Amazing Spider-Man. This time the titular character, played by Andrew Garfield, faces against new foes Max Dylan/Electro (Jamie Foxx) and Harry Osbourn/Green Goblin (Dane DeHaan), with a quick cameo from The Rhino (Paul Giamatti). Parker's relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Carrie

Premiering this weekend, probably more comfortably on the CW network after Vampire Diaries or something is the remake of the Brian de Palma 1976 classic, Carrie.  This time, the Hollywood roulette wheel of remakes landed on the idea that a new Carrie needs to be made for teens because teens can relate to things like... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Heat

Among time has stood the cinematic great cop Buddies: Murtaugh and Riggs, Axel Foley and Rosewood & Taggart, Turner and Hooch. The best of the best. One thing within the buddy cop genre that's always been missing though, was a great buddy cop flick for all the girlfriend's of the world who get annoyed every... Continue Reading →

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