This week there are some great releases! Jack Reacher, Safe Haven, 30 Rock: Season Seven, Private Practice: The Complete Sixth Season, Royal Pains: Season Four, Mama and
Fringe: The Complete Series.
Written and directed by frequent Bryan Singer collaborator Christopher McQuarrie, Jack Reacher begins with a chilling sniper attack on innocent pedestrians in downtown Pittsburgh, then spends the rest of its two hours trying to justify the gravity of its opening scene as a undistinguished, somewhat shabby excuse for a mystery-thriller. Tom Cruise
It’s that time again! Time for a weekly Blu-Ray/DVD roundup. Here’s the roundup and my opinion on whether you should Buy It! Skip It! or Rent It! There’s an interesting assortment of genres to choose from this week for the Buy It’s! It really depends on what you’re in the
The first trailer for Robert Redford’s new political thriller The Company You Keep is online, and is looks like a Redford is back like he wasin his prime. The film follows a young newspaper reporter played by Shia LaBeouf. After the arrest of a Weather Underground suspect (Susan Sarandon), LaBeouf’s character goes on a mission to track down another at-large member of the American radical left organization played be Redford.
Liberal Arts is Josh Radnor’s second film where he wrote, directed and starred. His best accomplishment thus far, hiring Elizabeth Olsen as his romantic counter-part. Suffice to say, the lady is on every “up and coming” best actress list of the next generation.
Killing Then Softly has been a long time in the making, and I for one am uber excited to see it! The film looks like American mob crimes at its best, based off the 1974 novel Cogan’s Trade written by George V. Higgins. Jackie Cogan is played by the film’s
With John Hillcoat’s Lawless being moved up to August and marketed more like a traditional summer blockbuster shoot ‘em up – individual character posters and all – Andrew Dominik’s Killing Them Softly looks like the fall’s best bet for fans of gritty, morally complex crime sagas. Set to open on
The Cabin in the Woods is a film about five young friends that go on a weekend vacation to a cabin deep inside the woods. This isn’t just a normal weekend for these friends. Sounds like a regular horror film right? Wrong. I’ll warn you now. If you don’t already
Cabin in the Woods was written with Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford in mind for the part of the two, I want to say antagonists, but they could just as easily be protagonists. Part of the beauty of this movie is you really get to decide, it is a thinking
Cabin in the Woods was the talk of this year’s SXSW Film Festival. No matter who you are, if you are a fan of horror, you will be a fan of this film. I can’t wait until it comes out in April so I can sit and watch it with
Here is the poster for the long-delayed horror film, THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. Joss Whedon (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) and Drew Goddard (CLOVERFIELD, LOST) co-wrote the script, and it is Goddard’s directorial debut. Starring Chris Hemsworth (THOR), Richard Jenkins (LET ME IN) and Bradley Whitford (THE WEST WING), the film will be in