Houston Cinema Arts Festival: Casting By - Review

A documentary about an overlooked profession and trailblazer Marion Dougherty. »»

Blu-ray Review: Judge Dredd

The film tries to be too much like Hamlet as opposed to being a fairly simple story. »»

Monday Morning Critic - Lindsay Lohan in Playboy, Halloween (1978)

Lindsay Lohan and the Robert Downey Jr. Guide To Getting Back on Top ... plus a DVD review of John Carpenter's Halloween »»

Man of Steel: Details & Rumors on Zack Snyder's Superman?

What's happening with the Man of Steel? Click to find out. »»

Michael Shannon To Play General Zod In Zack Snyder's Superman

Oscar-nominated actor to play a role previously inhabited by Terrence Stamp. Also, the new Superman film gets an official title. »»

Zack Snyder Chooses Amy Adams to Play Lois Lane in Superman

Three-time Oscar nominee to play Daily Planet journalist Lois Lane in Superman: Man of Steel. »»

It's Official: Kevin Costner Joins Cast of Superman: Man of Steel

Kevin Costner to dish fatherly advice to a son that's faster than a speeding bullet. »»

Diane Lane Latest Casting Addition to Zack Snyder's Superman

Diane Lane to be the best-looking Martha Kent ever. »»

Secretariat - Blu-ray Review

Secretariat deserves a film better than this one. »»

Secretariat - Review

An epic horse deserves a more epic film »»

Fierce People - DVD Review

It’s always interesting to see young actors in films before they become famous. »»

Monday Morning Critic - 6.7.2010 - Al Gore, Hollywoodland and Nic Cage

Al Gore: Sex Machine, A look back at Hollywoodland, the Wit and Wisdom of Nicolas Cage and slightly much more! »»

Nights in Rodanthe - Blu-ray Review

I suppose that since I'm not the demographic that Nicholas Sparks was aiming for when he wrote this or any of his books, the romance was lost on me. Nights In Rodanthe plays like a cheesy romance novel, and in some regard that's what it is. »»

Nights in Rodanthe - DVD Review

If you don't know the name Nicholas Sparks, then you probably aren't a female between the ages of 16 and 50. Those in that demographic know Sparks immediately as that guy who wrote The Notebook. Of course, he also wrote Message in a Bottle and A Walk to Remember before that book, and all three romance novels were soon adapted into films. It was only a matter of time before his next book, Nights in Rodanthe was made into a film as well. All four novels, and subsequent films, have the theme of the transcendent power of romantic love. But how well does Nights in Rodanthe stack up as a film to Sparks' previous work and the romance film genre in general? »»

Unfaithful - Blu-ray Review

This is a film I saw in theatres back in 2002 when my life was at the tender and naive age of twenty-three. I recall thinking back then that Unfaithful was such a hot and intense film that made me look at Diane Lane in a whole new light because she was just so very sexy in it. That still holds true today, but now I see Unfaithful for the sexiness, the intensity, the drama, the love, the lust, the anger, the rage, the sorrow, the heat, and so much more. »»

Lane and Gere's Unfaithful relationship on Blu-Ray in January

Even infidelity can be seen in high definition! »»

Nights in Rodanthe - Review

Did we really need another Bridges of Madison County? »»

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