Poseidon isn’t the absolute dud some have made it out to be. If you don’t compare it with the 1972 classic, it’s actually an enjoyable film, but it’s also fascinating to see the tons of money Warner Bros. and the production companies shelled out to put forth such amazing spectacles and yet an incredibly, at best, average script.
Sherlock Holmes has its problems, sure, but thanks in large part to a great cast headlined by Robert Downey Jr. riding his hot streak […], the movie manages to still be entertaining. Guy Ritchie also shows that he can direct a big budget Hollywood movie yet still keep his own visual flair and uniqueness.
When I saw Sherlock Holmes in the theater, I didn’t really find it all that enjoying. [But] I thought I would give it another shot. I must say that I found the movie much more enjoyable than in the theaters and one that people who enjoy mystery or suspenseful films will find exciting enough to watch again and again.
Here’s a quick link to Blu-Views to some pics taken of the upcoming Lord of the Rings Trilogy set for release on April 6th from New Line. So be sure to check it out!
The movie is an enjoyable ride but in my opinion lasts a little too long for most people to be able to watch through. At over two-hours long, I’d be hard pressed to find anyone other than older adults be able to watch this all in one sitting and kids will be bored to no limit.
“Breaking Bad” is one of cable’s finest TV Shows. If you have not seen it, I urge you to go out and pickup seasons one and two on Blu-ray. It’s a more ‘adult’ version of Weeds with none of the crap attached to it.
The writer, Jared Hess, later wrote the big flop with a big name attached to it, Nacho Libre, which really put him into the ‘one hit wonder’ pile. But here he is again, with a movie that he thought would be a better fit with his Napoleon Dynamite fans, and it fails on nearly every way possible.
Richard Kelly is a talented and unique writer. Even his disappointing sophomore picture, Southland Tales had vision and flare and although it never could measure up to Donnie Darko, I could at least appreciate portions of it. Outside of some individual scenes, The Box doesn’t have much going for it.
This is truly an awful movie, and the only reason I gave this half a star is due to Diaz trying to fake a southern accent. It truly is the only reason to bother with viewing this muck.
New Moon is a better film than Twilight in every single way and the Blu-ray shows Summit knows what they’re doing. The only downfall is the lack of extras, mainly to appease retailers who want to earn business by offering up store exclusives.
Greed is the root to all evil. That’s the basic premise to Armored, an old-school heist movie that doesn’t pretend to be anything else. The film is only 88-minutes long (including end credits) and it’s only about the half-way point where the movie really kicks in.
I don’t even know where to begin with Did You Hear About the Morgans? Well, for starters, I don’t find Hugh Grant the least bit entertaining. The same goes for Sarah Jessica Parker, yeah okay I watched “Sex in the City,” yeah okay I watched every episode because I was forced to, and it was a decent show.
Before I begin this review, let me preface it by saying I was a huge fan of the first The Boondock Saints. Now that I’ve said that, let me say that the sequel, Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is nowhere near to the caliber of the first flick in any way shape or form.
Who in the world thought that making Where the Wild Things Are into a movie from a book should be banished from the creative field forever. The movie isn’t kid or adult friendly in the slightest, as I would think that kids would be bored and adults… well the same thing.
Although the studio behind Planet 51 isn’t anywhere near the big boys club of Pixar and DreamWorks both in terms of animation and story […], when you just take it on its own merits, the movie isn’t half bad. There’s some fun jokes for the adults but will still keep younger kids entertained.
Overall, Old Dogs might not be the best comedy and is in fact pretty damn lazy writing in terms of plot, but I managed to laugh a few times times throughout. I’m in no way giving this a whole-hearted recommendation, but I thought it was far better than I had expected it to be.