Posted On 28 Jan 2011 By Bartleby. Under 2.5 Stars (Noteworthy), 2011, Action, Action-Adventure, By Genre, Crime, Reviews, Suspense/Thriller.
Simon West's remake of Bronson's 1972 thriller is more streamlined and action-centric but it will give Statham fans what they yearn for; a high energy ride with minimal turbulence.
MILFcast (aka: the Man, I Love Films podcast) – Episode 15
For the 15th Episode of MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Heather Roddy of Movie Mobsters and Pablo Pappano, director of the documentary Clickin’ For Love, to discuss the following: - What we’ve been watching. - We discuss Pablo’s documentary and he tells us all about it! - Movie News. - We play a game of ... Read More
THE MILFcast DRINKING GAME Another podcast I listen to recently came up with their own drinking game. Seeing as we are the podcast that encourages drinking more than any other, it seemed like a great idea to steal. I mean, let's be honest, we need our own. Scroll down and check out ... Read More
Posted On 14 Jan 2011 By Bartleby. Under 2 Stars (Mediocre), 2011, Action, Action-Adventure, By Genre, Comedy, Fantasy, Reviews.
Mobster Rating: Who is the Green Hornet really? Britt Reid, the intrepid journalist of the golden age of radio was Batman before there was a Batman. He was spiritual sibling to Lamont Cranston, the shadowy mystique replaced by an exotic Asian sidekick, Kato. Reid even had an impressive lineage; his great uncle ... Read More
2010 might not have been the strongest year for movies, but it was an interesting and transitional one for the medium of film as a whole. If the art of cinema wasn’t’ always apparent, technique and delivery were constantly evolving. Although most of 2010 ran like an eternal movie summer with big shiny popcorn flicks ... Read More
Posted On 07 Jan 2011 By Jonathan Sullivan. Under 1.5 Stars (Insignificant), 2011, Action, Fantasy, Horror, Reviews.
Yeah...I don't think you wanna start 2011 off this way dudes and dudettes.
Posted On 07 Jan 2011 By Bartleby. Under 1.5 Stars (Insignificant), 2010, Action, Suspense/Thriller.
Dominic Sena’s Season of the Witch features Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman as ex-Crusaders fighting their way across medieval Europe through all manner of zombies, devil dogs and gargoyles to deliver a suspected witch to a monastery. That is a bad movie is not surprising. To find, however, that it ... Read More
Posted On 07 Jan 2011 By Heather. Under 2000, 4 Stars (Phenomenal), Drama, Reviews, Suspense/Thriller.
Christopher Nolan made his mark as a writer and director in the world of cinema with Memento in the year 2000. This twisted and dark movie masked through the eyes of man with short term memory loss is a film puzzled over and analyzed, only to still leave it’s viewers with a sense of awe in the wake of it’s originality and concept.