The Girl In The Book – Movie Review

I’ve entered the Twilight zone. This is the second film I’ve reviewed over the last few days that received over 90% on Rotten Tomatoes that isn’t worthy of all the
By Edward Wallace on 31 Oct 2016

Mr. Turner Review

I’ll admit it right now – period pieces are my Kryptonite. I love historical settings, the dialogue, the famous characters, the insights into common humanity across generations. The rampant success
By Daniel Rom on 23 Jun 2015

Men, Women and Children Review

I think that Men, Women and Children could easily win my award for “Worst Film Made by a Talented Director.” Jason Reitman is responsible for off-beat pieces like Thank You
By Daniel Rom on 23 Jun 2015

Two Night Stand Review

After Meagan’s fairy tale is shattered by a cheating fiancé, she is encouraged to ‘get back on the horse’ by her roommate (who secretly hopes Meagan will get her life
By Christine Tesco on 18 Jun 2015

Sunlight Jr. Review

Sunlight Jr. is a movie that outlasts its point, if it even had a clear one to begin with. While telling the story of a poor couple struggling through life
By Daniel Rom on 07 Jan 2015

The Details Review

The Details is a thoroughly unpleasant movie about thoroughly unpleasant people doing thoroughly unpleasant things. All of this is wrapped up in a banal, sort of vaguely upper-middle class listlessness
By Daniel Rom on 26 May 2014

I’m So Excited Review

If you were to look at prolific Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s page on Wikipedia (as I know that’s where you all go, even for your term papers, don’t lie) you
By Daniel Rom on 08 Jan 2014

Bakgat 3: Tot Die Mag Review

Listen up all you Bakgat superfans. Yes, both of you listen up, because I have some big news. The final part of the illustrious “Bakgat” trilogy is now complete. The
By Daniel Rom on 07 Jan 2014

Friends with Kids

As far as romantic comedies go Friends with Kids is quite formulaic, although it takes a fairly unconventional route towards it conclusion. Furthermore, although it offers a few laughs, the
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Apr 2013

The Five-Year Engagement

Jason Segel is an established cog in the modern Hollywood comedy machine, popping up in Judd Apatow movies and penning a few comedy scripts himself. Initially renowned for playing the
By Claudia Hauter on 01 Apr 2013