Archive for Scott "Kubryk" Sawitz

Blu-ray Review: The Homesman

The Homesman feels like it is pandering to the demographic that's going to vote for awards before anything else. »»

DVD Review - The Chair (Season 1)

It's always interesting to see two different takes on the same screenplay. »»

Monday Morning Critic - 10 Thoughts On The 2015 Academy Awards Winners & Losers

It was a slow week, of course, as the big story was the build to the 2015 Academy Awards. Oscars were awarded en masse, of course, and tales of organizing my DVD collection aren't nearly as interesting as what happened last night. Thus comes the easiest column of the year besides the Top 10 films list: 10 thoughts on this year's Oscars! »»

Inside Pulse Movies Giveaway - Dumb & Dumber To

Hey movie freaks! Did you like Dumb and Dumber To in theatres? Do you want the Blu-Ray? »»

Monday Morning Critic - The Puzzling Career of the Wachowskis and the Boom or Bust Potential of Jupiter Ascending

The interesting thing about the upcoming weekend in film, other than whether or not American Sniper will continue to run roughshod over a lackluster early year box office, is that of Jupiter Ascending. »»

DVD Review - Fury

If there ever was an actor with genuine talent who was seemingly cursed by being too good looking it's Brad Pitt. »»

Blu-Ray Review - The Judge

The film as a whole wasn't that special, either, despite how much of a great setup (and cast) that it has. »»

Monday Morning Critic - Mortdecai And Properly Interpreting The False Narrative of Johnny Depp's Declining Box Office Prowess

One of the more interesting things to come out of this weekend has been the failure of Mortdecai, another in a string of recent failure at the box office for Johnny Depp. »»

Blu-Ray Review - A Walk Among the Tombstones

A Walk Among The Tombstones may not have been the best film of 2014, not even by a long shot, but it was Neeson's best film »»

Blu-Ray Review - Get on Up

Boseman stars as James Brown in Get on Up, a biopic of the late singer, focusing on the bulk of his career in the 60s and 70s. »»

Blu-Ray Review - The Identical

What if you realized one day that you were one of the most famous people in the world but no one around you knew it? That’s part of the premise of The Identical, which takes a unique fact about Elvis Presley (that he had a twin that died in th »»

DVD Review - Duck Commander: Before the Dynasty

Before Duck Dynasty became an A&E ratings juggernaut the Robertson family had been the subject of a television docudrama before. »»

Taken 3 Makes Taken 2 Look As Good As Taken - A Review

Lackluster finale to lackluster franchise The one downside to being an action star is that sometimes a franchise starts with tons of potential and winds up being vapid repeats of the first. That's exactly what Taken 3 winds up being: an in »»

Monday Morning Critic - Blackhat, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Michael Mann And What The Curious Case of a January Release Tells Us about This Film

One of the wild things about the upcoming weekend in film is that marks a profound first for one of the great directors and producers of his generation. »»

Blu-ray Review: This is Where I Leave You

Not a straight-up comedy or drama, This is Where I Leave You is worth seeing...eventually. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Guest

A throwback to the John Carpenter school of film-making. »»

Kubryk's Top 10 Films of 2014 & Year End Review (Monday Morning Critic Special Edition)

After the 150 or so films I’ve viewed this year in theatres alone it was really hard to narrow it down to 10. »»

Mark Wahlberg Is Main Problem With Awful Remake of The Gambler - A Review

Mark Wahlberg is the wrong guy in the right film »»

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