DVD Review: House of Cards (Season Two)

[I]f Season Two is any indication of what's to come, then I believe we, the viewers, are in good hands. »»

Horrible Bosses 2: Horribler Bosses (Title Pending) In The Works

The other 2011 summer restricted comedy hit that isn't mentioned as much as The Hangover Part II and Bridesmaids is getting a sequel. »»

Trailer For Financial Drama Margin Call Is Star-Studded But Leaves You Cold

The sky is falling, but look at the impressive cast. »»

Crave More Horrible Bosses? 4 More Bosses And 2 Devils Worth Watching

With the release of Horrible Bosses, here are six more that are just as bad. »»

Horrible Bosses - Review (2)

Raunchy comedy almost overcomes weak story »»

Horrible Bosses - Review

A simple premise combined with smart writing makes for a comedy that is nearly executed to perfection. »»

Second Trailer For Horrible Bosses Debuts

Jason Bateman led comedy gets second trailer »»

Horrible Bosses Trailer Released

Colin Farrell with a combover »»

Kevin Spacey and David Fincher Team to Build a House Of Cards

The duo to create a series that is based on an early '90s British miniseries. »»

American Beauty - Blu-ray Review

A worthy Best Picture winner that deserves a better transfer, but is still, without a doubt, a classic. »»

The Men Who Stare at Goats Blu-Ray Review

Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups...sometimes it will lead to something that blows your mind. »»

Monday Morning Critic - 4.5.2010- Of sports wives (and girlfriends), some American Beauty, the art of repetition and slightly much more!

Thoughts on cheating on a sport, riffing on Kevin Spacey in American Beauty and one half on the debate of whether or not you can watch a film more then once. And slightly more! »»

The Men Who Stare at Goats - DVD Review

The power the New Earth Army has would be dangerous in my hands. Stupidity would no longer exist...that's all I'm sayin'! »»

The Men Who Stare At Goats - Review

Staring at mediocrity is more like it »»

A Bug's Life - 10th Anniversary Edition - Blu-Ray Review

After the huge success of Toy Story, how could Disney/Pixar up the ante (pun intended) and avoid the sophomore slump? By releasing an epic tale of miniature proportions called A Bug’s Life. »»

Moon - Review

Sam Rockwell gives an unlikely acting clinic »»

Fred Claus - DVD Review

There's no time like the holidays to spend some quality time with those you truly care about. Friends and family are the most important people in our lives no matter how much they may get on our nerves; so when it comes time for the winter holidays, it's time to forgive and forget. There is always that one sibling though who has a knack for never letting you forget that you didn't quite live up to the same standards that they have in life. Mom and dad see they've accomplished more then you. Your friends wonder how they got so much further in life then you did. Everyone else in the family constantly asks "why can't you be more like so and so?" Well, I am going to imagine that the pressure must be one hundred times greater and more annoying when your brother is Santa Claus. »»

L.A. Confidential (Two-Disc Special Edition) - DVD Review

It's not much of a stretch to think that if Titanic had not premiered in 1997 and simply destroyed all box office and award competition in its path, that it's very possible that Curtis Hanson's elegant and exciting L.A. Confidential could have ended up being awarded the Oscar for Best Picture that year. Much like a similar comparison between Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas and Best Picture Winner Dances with Wolves, it's Hanson's smart and gritty crime film rather than James Cameron's period blockbuster that seems to have aged with the most grace. With its cunning adaptation of James Ellroy's mammoth novel being condensed and altered into a story with its own beating heart, Confidential ends up the best Noir film since Chinatown and ranks amongst the best Crime films of the 1990s. »»

Recount - DVD Review

Another election year and I once again find myself simultaneously glued to the television while veraciously reading newspapers and online news sites. Trying my hardest to keep up with everything pertaining to the hot button political issues our country will be forced to face over the next four years and beyond. While that's all well and good, Recount really send the message home that it's not the voting process that's tricky, it's the actual counting of ballots where things start to become, how shall we say, complicated. »»

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