THE LAST WITCH HUNTER: Does little with its few good ideas and everything with its derivative, unoriginal ones.
I wondered if this remake was needed in the first place. The problem with Maniac is that’s the essential effect it has…illness.
This weeks biggest releases are Flight, Celeste and Jesse Forever, and A Late Quartet. Denzel Washington’s brilliant performance as an alcoholic pilot who also has a problem with drugs in Flight has gotten him an Oscar nomination. Here’s a scene from Flight: And as usual, please don’t hesitate to share what
We know not everyone has time for every major release or big movie, so instead of featuring 10 great films a month, these are truly the ones that cannot be missed. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think that’s worth the watch.
Beware: Spoilers Ahead Wilfred, “Secrets” really left me kind of disappointed. I mean, questions were answered, but not the ones I wanted! The “big reveal” wasn’t even really on my radar anymore, which I’m sure was by design. I wasn’t disappointed in the execution of this episode but in the
“Resentment is like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die.” – Malachy McCourt I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Wilfred is just a good as therapy for me. “Resentment” seems to have been tailor made for me to see this week. I’ve been poisoning
“If you do not ask the right questions, you do not get the right answers.” – Edward Hodnett Wilfred, “Questions” opens with Ryan, Kristen and new baby Joffrey (yes, like the dance school) in an uncomfortable breast feeding moment on the couch. When Kristen leaves Ryan with the crying Joffrey,
“Honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. Be honest and transparent anyway.” – Mother Theresa The opening to Wilfred: Honesty shows one of Ryan’s old workmates being arrested for sharing secrets with the rival company that caused Ryan’s company to go under. This, of course, was the ultimate cause of boss
“The thing that lies at the foundation of positive change is service to a fellow human being.” – Lee Iacocca Wilfred: Service brings Mary Steenburgen back as Ryan (Elijah Wood)’s mother Catherine Newman. Dorian Brown is also front and center as a very pregnant Kristen. We almost have the entire
” The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable.” – James A. Garfield In Wilfred, “Truth“, Ryan and Amanda have taken the next logical step in their relationship in the middle of very illogical situation. Of course, Amanda doesn’t know that yet. Wilfred doesn’t believe
TRON LIVES! If you’re not watching Tron: Uprising, you are missing out on one of the most sophisticated and beautiful animated series ever produced for American TV. Despite airing on the Disney XD channel, there is nothing “kiddie” about this continuation of the Tron mythology. Bridging the gap between Tron
Now that we know that The Hobbit will officially be a trilogy instead of just a part 1 and part 2, Peter Jackson and company have released a new trailer. We only see a few short shots of anything new so this isn’t that exciting of a post, but still,
“Our biggest problems arise from the avoidance of smaller ones.” – Jeremy Caulfield Wilfred, “Avoidance” starts with Ryan and Kristen having lunch, actually managing to be civil to one another, if you don’t count the dig she makes referencing Wilfred and Jenna. Kristen claims to be done with Arturo and
“The master understands that the universe is forever out of control.” – Lao Tzu This week’s Wilfred, Control finally answered a question that I’ve been waiting to get the answer to since Wilfred and Ryan’s new squeeze Amanda were first introduced to each other. What is Amanda’s dislike of Wilfred
It’s that time again: another weekly Blu-Ray/DVD Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! Or Buy It! This week has a nice amount of quality releases. Some of these had smaller theatrical releases, so they’re definitely worth