Archive for December, 2012

The Sitter


You may not be familiar with the name David Gordon Green, but if you are a fan of Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down, Pineapple Express), you are very familiar with Green’s recent work. Green has directed such masterpieces as Your Highness, the aforementioned show and movie, and The Sitter. The latter is the only one not to consist of his foul-mouthed college buddy, but it is a lasting relic in cinematic history: the final act of legendary Fat Jonah Hill. Continue reading



It’s amazing how quickly a reputation can be changed, isn’t it? Within the last thirteen years, M. Night Shyamalan has gone from visionary with The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable to downright laughable with The Last Airbender and The Happening. He has almost become a parody of himself where the “twist” is so expected; a Shyamalan-helmed movie without a twist would be a bigger shock. It’s a shame though, because Devil grabbed some interest with the trailer, but the inclusion of his name soiled the potential and scared off viewers. Continue reading

The Descendants


It has now been a year since this site’s inception. Thanks to everyone reading and spreading the word. I am forever grateful. As a gift since I won’t be posting until 2013, I’ll have three reviews today. First up, The Descendants. Continue reading

John Carter

John Carter

What can I say about John Carter that hasn’t already been said? The backlash was quick and incredibly fierce for this famous flop. I too felt underwhelmed and unimpressed by this fantasy adventure. First impressions are the most important, and John Carter fails miserably to grab your attention. However, beyond that, this Disney failure may not be so deserving of the disparaging moniker. Continue reading

Underworld: Awakening


Ladies, it’s over. Stop worrying about your image. Game over, (wo)man. There’s officially no winning. When the stunning Kate Beckinsale is airbrushed into oblivion for Underworld: Awakening, there is just no chance for anyone to be accepted fully. So just go about your business and be happy, ladies. And yes, that is essentially the only event worth noting from the film. Continue reading

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