Blu-ray Review: The Railway Man

An interesting World War II story that is beget with mediocre direction. »»

The Railway Man - Review

Colin Firth in solid form in a film that doesn’t stray from convention. »»

Monday Morning Critic - Top 10 Star Wars Stand Alone Films I Want To See Get Made - Aaron Eckhardt and Nicole Kidman Go Down The Rabbit Hole

This is kind of old new, of course, but this week's been busy. Why? Just moved into a new home I just bought this week, closed on it Thursday, and didn't want to miss a week for both people who aren't related to me that read this regularly. I »»

Blu-ray Review: The Paperboy

Lee Daniels follows up the success of Precious with a '60s deep south, white trash version of it in The Paperboy. »»

Nominations For the 70th Annual Golden Globes - Movies

The ceremony airs live on NBC, Sunday, January 13. »»

Trespass - Review

Paycheck film for all involved »»

Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman Ham it Up In Trespass Trailer

Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman proving that paychecks can overcoem plot anytime »»

Just Go With It - Review

Adam Sandler's latest film a complete joke, but not in a good way »»

2011 Oscar Nominations Revealed

The Nominees have been revealed! »»

2011 Film Independent Spirt Awards Nominations

The Kids Are All Right leads all nominees. »»

Moulin Rouge! - Blu-ray Review

Beloved hyper-kinetic musical gets deluxe treatment for high-definition release. »»

The Peacemaker -Blu-Ray Review

It’s not often in Hollywood do you see those at the top take remarkably big chances. »»

Moulin Rouge! Blu-ray Announced

Baz Luhrmann's hit musical to sing a new tune in glorious HD this October. »»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

Best of the Aughts - Romance

Since the beginning of cinema, audiences have flocked to films with a good love story »»

Nine - Review

Rob Marshall chooses style over substance »»

The SmarK DVD Rant for Australia

For those who say that "they don't make movies like they used to," I present Australia as the counterpoint. This is definitely old-fashioned film-making from the decidedly old-fashioned Baz Luhrmann, and whether that's a good or a bad thing I leave up to the viewer. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman certainly fit the '40s movie star image that this movie is shamelessly ripping off (specifically The African Queen, which STILL isn't available on DVD yet for some reason) but there's just no real movie here to back up the bombast.


Australia – Review

Hey, pass me a Vegemite sandwich. »»

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