Movie Review: The Spectacular Now
“The Spectacular Now” is the best coming-of-age high school movie I have seen since “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
Movie Review: August: Osage County
If the holiday season makes you wonder about your family, “August: Osage County” will help put your mind at ease, with the reality that things can always be worse.
Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave
Chiwetel Ejiofor deserves a nod for best actor in the film “12 Years A Slave.” This is an outstanding movie that has definitely earned the acclaim it has received.
Movie Review: Lee Daniels' The Butler
I didn't like this movie. It's one of those that falls victim to overestimating its own importance and storytelling quality.
Movie Review: Philomena
Dark secrets of an Irish Catholic home for girls are exposed in this film, based on a true story.
Movie Review: Inside Llewyn Davis
Early 1960s folk singer Llewyn Davis is talented, but homeless and down on his luck since losing the singing partner he had when his career had real success.
Movie Review: Dallas Buyers Club
I can't really recommend “Dallas Buyers Club,” the tale of one man's struggles in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, because it's a little too formulaic. However, that's not to say that the film is not without its strong points.
Movie Review: Nebraska
“Nebraska” is one of the funniest movies I have seen all year. You will not be disappointed by this film and I highly recommend seeing it as soon as you can.
Movie Review: All is Lost
This is the first movie I can remember that literally has a cast of a single person. Fortunately for this film, that single person is the legendary Robert Redford, and, as my college film professor once told me, “The camera loves Redford.” It still does, even at the actor's advanced age.
Movie Review: Lone Survivor
I am not exaggerating in any way when I say that I believe everyone should see this film. It is that good and tells that important of a story.
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