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FURY (R) jjj1/2   

Band of tank brothers

The war genre has become such a prevalent one for so many decades that finding a new and refreshing spin on it must be a daunting challenge for modern filmmakers.  Writer/director David Ayer (who wrote TRAINING DAY and recently directed END OF WATCH and the very underrated SABOTAGE from earlier this year) opts to shed light on a very seldom seen facet of WWII on the silver screen: tank warfare...

Posted October 24, 2014

VAMPIRE ACADEMY (PG-13) 1/2j     

No higher learning was involved in the making of this film

Okay…here’s one for you:  How could a film from the director of MEAN GIRLS and the writer of HEATHERS be not only one of the worst films of 2014, but is also the single worst young adult themed movie of recent memory?  Well, VAMPIRE ACADEMY is a rare breed of multiple cinematic sinner...

Posted October 24, 2014

DRACULA: UNTOLD (PG-13) jj1/2  

Dracula Begins

At this point in my life, films about vampires have to work some serious overtime to get me invested in them.  There have been so many innumerable adaptations and interpretations of Bram Stoker’s iconic literary creation over the last century that I’ve nearly lost my – ahem! – thirst for any new film that wishes to re-imagine the most infamous undead bloodsucker in history...

Posted October 18, 2014

THE JUDGE (R)  jjj  

'Two Roberts' at the top of their game

There is very little territory that THE JUDGE covers that has not already been shown in numerous other legal thrillers or family melodramas.  The film builds to a obligatory “big” courtroom climax ala John Grisham and, along the way, tells a fairly predictable tale of a father and son that have been estranged for years, but are brought back together over the death and funeral of a mutual loved one and are then forced to come to grips with their respective differences...

Posted October 18, 2014

ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY (PG)  jjj  

Worst. Day. Ever!

Everyone has bad days.  Alas, for poor Alexander Cooper…he and his family suffer from a relative tsunami of embarrassing social indiscretions in – to quote its full title (deep breath!) – ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY.  The film – based on Judith Viorst’s 1972 book of the same name, which was also previously adapted into a an HBO animated musical...

Posted October 18, 2014

GONE GIRL (R) jjjj

Chasing "Amazing Amy"

David Fincher’s GONE GIRL is a brilliantly macabre and intoxicating film with such a labyrinthine narrative and thematic complexity that writing about it at any length without engaging in massive story spoilers is daunting.  The best thing I could possible recommend to viewers is to go in as cold as I did, which means having never read the source material that the film is based on, Gillian Flynn’s 2012 thriller novel of the same name...

Posted October 12, 2014

LEFT BEHIND (PG-13) 1/2j  

Please, dear God...save us all from this movie

LEFT BEHIND is one of the funniest films that I’ve ever seen.  The fact that it’s not a comedy is ultimately telling.  Only an omnipotent deity in the heavens above could explain how a film so inexcusably and laughably mediocre like this exists.  LEFT BEHIND is so monumentally ill conceived and amateurishly shot and acted that you’re left thinking that the makers behind the scenes had no real idea just how terrible their final product was going to be...

Posted October 12, 2014

SPACE STATION (No MPAA rating) jjj

The future has never looked so...grooooovy

SPACE STATION 76 is one of the most peculiar science fiction films - and comedies - that I’ve ever seen.  Yet, it’s the film’s audacious level of peculiarity that makes it kind of oddly infectious.  Directed and co-written by Jack Plotnick, SPACE STATION 76 is an adaptation of a Los Angeles based stage play that was apparently developed through a series of improvisational sessions with the writers and actors...

Posted October 12, 2014

THE TRIP TO ITALY (R) jjj1/2  

Coogan + Brydon + dueling Michael Caine Impersonations = a trip worth savoring

 

There’s a very sly scene in THE TRIP TO ITALY – Michael Winterbottom’s sequel (his first one…ever!) to 2010’s THE TRIP – during which time stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon (playing versions of themselves) are at a posh restaurant in Italy ruminating about movies in general....

Posted October 3, 2014

THE EQUALIZER (R) jjj

Not your typical retail store stock boy

THE EQUALIZER opens with an unintentionally hilarious and pretentious Mark Twain quote regarding the nature of man, which tries, I think, to set up this action thriller as one of utmost solemnity.  The resulting film, though, is so unrelentingly silly that you kind of have to do a reflective double take on the inclusion of that title card quote...

Posted October 3, 2014

A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES

(R) jjj1/2  

Not your typical Liam Neeson shoot first, ask questions later thriller

Scott Frank's A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES – adapted from the 1992 novel the same name by Lawrence Block – is the kind of white knuckled detective crime noir that’s just not made in any abundance anymore.  The central character – an ex-cop and recovering alcoholic now turned unlicensed private detective – has seen the light of day in multiple books and I can certainly see why this character and material appealed to Liam Neeson...

Posted September 26, 2014

THE MAZE RUNNER (PG-13) jjj  

A young-adult sci-fi thriller that doesn't completely pander down to its audience

There have been relatively so many young-adult fantasy novels adapted to the silver screen lately that I’ve frankly lost count.  Some have been exceptional (THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE), some have been mediocre (DIVERGENT), and some have been downright cruddy (THE HOST, I AM NUMBER FOUR, any TWILIGHT film of your choosing).  As a result, it was with great reluctance that I screened THE MAZE RUNNER...

Posted September 26, 2014

THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU

(R) jjj

Shiva at its most stressful

THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU does absolutely nothing different than what the countless other estranged family reunion dramedies have done before.  You know the type of genre I’m talking about: The one involving cranky and irritable siblings – all in stages of a respective mid-life crisis – returning to their childhood home to reconnect with one another and their parents – via a marriage, funeral, etc. – to eventually sort out and deal with all of their nagging insecurities with each other and themselves...

Posted September 26, 2014

THE DROP  (R) jjj1/2  

A tale of lost mob money and abused puppies...but it miraculously works

THE DROP is a mob movie of a decidedly different breed.  It’s concerned more with the behind-the-scenes lowlife bit players that play small, but significant roles in the larger food chain of the mafia.  The film places great emphasis on characterizing these bottom-feeders, some of which are aging crewmembers whose best days are long behind them, whereas others are relatively young and honor bound workers that harbor deep secrets from the past...

Posted September 21, 2014

PALO ALTO  (R) jj1/2  

These teens are on a road to nowhere

PALO ALTO is a drama that tries to attain a level of profundity regarding its exploration into its adolescent characters.  Regrettably, the film’s noble ambitions are somewhat stunted by how aimless and meandering its overall narrative is, which created more listlessness in me than genuine interest in the material...

Posted September 21, 2014

BOYHOOD  (R) )jjjj

This boy's life

Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD is the very reason I go to the movies.  It’s a remarkably intimate, awe-inspiring, and touching celebration of human life, which is all the more special considering that all too many modern films seem to take great relish in glamorizing the taking of it.  To simply label the film as a “coming of age drama” almost doesn’t do it any justice at all...

Posted September 13, 2014

A MOST WANTED MAN  (R) jjjj

An uncommonly effective and slow-burning post-9/11 spy thriller

I’m a real sucker for a good espionage thriller with real world ties.  This makes it all the more easy for me to fall hard for spy game films like A MOST WANTED MAN, which manages to fully and triumphantly elevate itself far above the recent crop of similar genre films.  What’s so intrinsically intoxicating about Anton Corbijn’s (THE AMERICAN) film is in how well it captures the grungier and aspects of covert life...

Posted September 13, 2014

BLENDED  (PG-13) j 

Let's go to Africa with Adam Sandler!  Uh...pass.

BLENDED is twice as good as the last batch of witless and puerile Adam Sandler comedic ventures.  Alas, seeing as I have given a majority of them – like GROWN UPS 2, JUST GO WITH IT, and JACK AND JILL - the dreaded zero star rating…that’s not entirely saying much.  BLENDED is a bit softer on the edges than most of Sandler’s previous raunchfests (it contains very few gags regarding popping, farting, peeing – actually, there’s one gag with the latter – and other bodily functions)...

Posted September 13, 2014

THE NOVEMBER MAN  (R) jj

James Bond For Dummies

I’m not quite sure what kind of film THE NOVEMBER MAN is trying to be.  A James Bond-ian spy thriller?  A gritty, rough and tough action flick in the Jason Bourne mould?  What ultimately emerges is a spy espionage thriller that dutifully – and rather mechanically – feels like its lazily cherry picking from the discarded and recycled conventions of other countless genre films...

Posted September 5, 2014

TO BE TAKEI (no MPAA rating) jjj

OH MY!  What a surprising and revealing documentary!

I think that many people will already have an impression of George Takei before they venture into seeing TO BE TAKEI.  He most famously played Sulu in the original STAR TREK TV series and subsequent film franchise.  What many perhaps don’t know about the iconic 77-year-old actor is that he's also a staunch and deeply proud civil rights activist and a true survivor of past social-political horrors...

Posted September 5, 2014

NIGHT MOVES (R) jjj1/2

When does the activist ends justify the means?

NIGHT MOVES is an uncommonly effective eco-themed psychological thriller that gets by considerably on its less-is-more aesthetic.  Directed by Kelly Reichardt (MEEK’S CUTOFF and WENDY & LUCY), the film deals with the plot of a trio of radical environmentalists that wish to blow up a hydroelectric dam, but NIGHT MOVES is not just about the acts of these eco-terrorists. ..

Posted September 5, 2014

SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR 

(R) jjj

"Sin City is where you go in with your eyes open...or you don't come out at all."

To say that SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR simply offers up more of the same that the previous film in the series offered is not only a bit obvious, but also a bit unfair.  2005’s SIN CITY – based on the graphic novels of the same name by Frank Miller – was a trailblazing original when it premiered...

Posted August 29, 2014

WHEN THE GAME STANDS TALL

(PG) jj

When an unbeatable team becomes...beatable

WHEN THE GAME STANDS TALL is a rare football drama that’s more compellingly about the nature of losing than it is about winning.  The reality based sports drama – based on the 2003 book of the same name by Neil Harris – concerns the improbably astounding winning streak of the De La Salle Spartans of Concord, California, a team that managed – over the course of a decade – to amass a winning streak of…no bull151-0.  That’s right.  151 wins without a loss... 

Posted August 29, 2014

THE EXPENDABLES 3  (PG-13) jj1/2

"How hard can it be to kill ten men?!"

 

I'm not altogether sure what a third EXPENDABLES film could already show me that the two other previous films in the franchise didn’t already.  The premise for the overall series – let’s dig up action film royalty from the 1980’s and populate as many of them as possible in one film that pays loving homage to such intellectually vacant, wantonly violent, and innocuously enjoyable films – offers up ample promises, which the first EXPENDABLES film somewhat catered to... 

 

Posted August 22, 2014

LET'S BE COPS (R) jjj

What's the worst that could happen...right?

LET’S BE COPS has a premise that is preposterous and never once feels credible on any level whatsoever.  It’s the kind of film that seems to take place in some kind of beyond-obvious fictional fantasyland where rules, regulations, and, most importantly, consequences for ill-conceived actions barely exist.  Yet, LET’S BE COPS is a frequently hysterical buddy comedy that gets by considerably on the effortless comedic charm of its two main actors. .. 

Posted August 22, 2014

INTO THE STORM  (PG-13) j1/2

The eye of this storm contains ample soap opera melodrama

INTO THE STORM is barely a movie.  It’s a series of gimmicks and a glossy visual effects demo reel masquerading as a movie.  I guess that I would aptly describe it as a “found footage disaster film,” yet the film has an extremely shaky foundation in terms of having a valid and unifying reason to even utilize found footage as part of a unifying premise...

Posted August 22, 2014

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

(PG-13) jj

A shell-shocked reboot

Cinematic reboots should, I feel, dramatically revitalize their subject matter for contemporary audiences while remaining faithful to it.  The newest silver screen TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES film – the fifth version to hit theaters since the very first live action iteration was released 24 years ago – certainly makes concentrated attempts to reinvigorate the long-standing franchise with some new myth-busting ideas... 

Posted August 15, 2014

LIFE ITSELF  (R) jjj

A thoroughly poignant tribute to an American icon of the movies

I still own my copy of the 1992 edition of Roger Ebert’s Movie Home Companion.  I purchased it at a  bookstore in North Dakota that year and it was the very first book of film criticism that I even owned.  I read it in its entirety – every review, every article, and every interview – from cover to cover during that summer...

Posted August 15, 2014

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

(PG-13) jjjj

They have "12 per cent of a plan" to save the universe

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY – the tenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film canon – is one of the most implausibly entertaining summer films to emerge in an awfully long time.  “Implausible” in the sense that the studio tapped the relatively unproven writer/director James Gunn (SLITHER and SUPER) to helm a near $200 million sci-fi fantasy.  If that were not head-scratching enough... 

Posted August 8, 2014

HERCULES (PG-13) jj

Mighty...this film ain't

 

HERCULES feels like a film that was written by nine-year-old boys for nine-year-old boys.  The child in me kind of dug it, but the adult in me was kind of incessantly bored with it.  I guess if one considers the target demographic audience, HERCULES essentially delivers on its promise of video game inspired sword and sandal action and intrigue... 

 

Posted August 8, 2014

LUCY (R) j  

This sci-fi film only uses one per cent of its brain

Luc Besson’s sci-fi thriller LUCY has been applauded in critical circles for its inspired ridiculousness.  It’s a film that you just have to “go with” says many.  I have nothing wrong with any film that has a go-for-broke insanity about it, but only as long as its sticks to its inherent silliness.  Alas, the damning problem with LUCY...  

Posted August 8, 2014

SABOTAGE (R) jjj  

An action thriller of surprisingly un-Au-nald like proportions

Those of you journeying out to see SABOTAGE and expecting a fine return to pre-politician, action- hero- films- of- yesteryear form from Arnold Schwarzenegger may be setting themselves up for some supreme disappointment.  The trailers for writer/director David Ayer’s modestly budgeted $35 million crime thriller certainly promised, on some levels, the cheesy, intellectually vacant, and entertainingly disposable hard-R rated action vehicles that made Au-nald a bona fide star in the 80’s and 90’s...  

Posted August 8, 2014

SEX TAPE (R) jj

Should be erased

You know, for a film that’s supposed to be a sex comedy – and the fact that it also has the word “sex” in its title – there's very little in the way of hearty laughs or, hell, even eroticism in SEX TAPE, a new comedy can’t ever decided what kind of tone its aiming for..  

Posted July 29, 2014

SNOWPIERCER (R) jjj1/2

A post-apocalyptic runaway train

To use the phrase “unlike anything I’ve seen before” in just about any film review feels like an overused cliché (and I’m certainly guilty of exploiting it from time to time).  Alas, trust me when I say that you will most likely not see another post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller quite like South Korean filmmaker Boon Joon-Ho’s SNOWPIERCER, which hurtles itself at viewers with a reckless abandon, a daring originality, and, quite frankly, an endlessly provocative lunacy and strangeness that stays with viewers after seeing it...  

Posted July 29, 2014

DOM HEMINGWAY (R) jjj

Jude Law at his most lovably coarse and crude

Richard Shepard’s black comedy/crime drama DOM HEMINGWAY goes brazenly for broke in its opening scene and never once apologizes for itself, nor does it sheepishly look back.  The introductory monologue is also a rallying cry for the reinvention of Jude Law, who seems to be breaking the fourth wall and bellowing to the audience to forget his past resume of playing relative good guys. ..  

Posted July 29, 2014

DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES

(PG-13) jjjj

Caesar...is...home

2011’s RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES had the unenviable and thankless task of rebooting one of the most iconic film franchises in motion picture history, especially coming in the wake of Tim Burton’s decidedly so-so 2001 retrofitted effort.  Amazingly, RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES was a rather effective re-imagining of the origins of the man versus damn, dirty, talking ape genre, which combined cutting edge visual effects and empowered storytelling to leave a refreshingly lasting impression...  

Posted July 18, 2014

TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION

(PG-13) 1/2j

Same Michael Bayian shit, different day

I began my review of 2011’s TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON – the third film in the series that I prayed to the movie gods would end with it – as follows...  

Posted July 18, 2014

TAMMY (R) j

A road comedy that positively has no gas in the tank

TAMMY is an utter comedic dead zone.  You know you’re in trouble when a film opens with a would-be uproarious scene of a character trying to perform mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on some fresh road kill that she just struck with her vehicle.  Hardy har.  Worse yet is that the film – when it’s not pathetically attempting to elicit hearty laughter from viewers – tries to be a touching and poignant family drama...  

Posted July 10, 2014

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS  

(PG-13) jjj1/2

Finding in love under extraordinary circumstances 

 

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS walks up a very slippery and problematic cinematic slope.  It traverses between two subgenres that, when done poorly, can come off as manipulative poppycock: the coming-of-age teen romance drama and the terminal cancer tearjerker.  Yet, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS manages – through strong and perceptive writing, wonderfully nuanced lead performances, and a keen and observantly told love story – to overcome the typical pratfalls and conventions of these types of films... 

 

Posted July 10, 2014

WINTER'S TALE (PG-13) 1/2j

Romance, fantasy, flying horses, a snarling Russell Crowe, and Will Smith as Satan

WINTER’S TALE is a film of unintentional silliness and unpardonable wretchedness, made all the more head scratching based on the fact that it contains multiple Oscar nominated actors that I’ve admired for years that embarrass themselves throughout its 129 minutes.  I can certainly see a kernel of ambitiousness with the underlining story here – a supernatural love story that spans multiple centuries, adapted from the 1983 novel of the same name by Mark Helprin...  

Posted July 4, 2014

 

 

 

 

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