Movie Reviews

DVD Review: Sex In The City: The Movie

DVD Review: Sex In The City: The Movie

Over four years have passed since you’ve last laid eyes on the promiscuous foursome. They’ve all moved in different directions in life, but a marriage will bring them back together one last time. Wedding bells are in the air when “BIG” (Chris Noth), finally proposes to Carrie Bradshaw (Parker). She knows that an event this long in the making will require the help of her three best friends.

DVD Review: Speed Racer

DVD Review: Speed Racer

If you don’t already know the cartoon and comic legend Speed Racer, he has a tale that barely needs any introduction. He helms from a family that only knows one word: racing. His brother was his hero until one tragic day; ever since he’s wanted to keep his name in the spotlight by living in his legendary shadow. Unfortunately, there are darker forces at work that just may stand in the way of Speed gaining his ultimate prize.

DVD Review: Snow Angels

DVD Review: Snow Angels

Until this year, director David Gordon Green has made hard hitting drama films. This past summer however, he took a stab at comedy with Pineapple Express. He’s not quite a veteran, but definitely knows his way around a camera as evident in Snow Angels.

DVD Review: ISeeYou.com

DVD Review: ISeeYou.com

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I actually enjoyed this film. I think it may appeal more to a young internet savvy crowd who will be able to appreciate everything down to the html coding in the opening credits. The story revolves around Colby, a teenager who secretly installs nanny cams throughout his family’s home and then broadcasts it all to the world.

DVD Review: 1408

DVD Review: 1408

1408 is the best film adaption of a Stephen King novel that I’ve ever seen. While most horror movies come off being cliche and predictable, 1408 presents a story that is terrifying in a realistic way. A roller coaster ride of emotions into a world of paranoia is what’s in store for you.

What I liked most about this film was that there wasn’t an excessive amount of blood, no crazy people running around with giant sharp objects, and not a whole lot of violence.

DVD Review: Reprise

DVD Review: Reprise

Reprise is a critically acclaimed postmodern Norwegian drama which follows two young novelists down their different paths of success and rejection. The film is the work of first-time director Joachim Trier, who was clearly inspired by the French New Wave cinema in a way that is refreshing to the viewer.

DVD Review: Transformers

DVD Review: Transformers

This movie does not disappoint when it comes to entertainment. You’ll be completely grasped by the film from beginning to end as you are awed by the special effects. What’s even more surprising is the amount of humor this film brings to the stage. I found myself laughing more times in this film than I have in the majority of comedies that I’ve seen this year.

Interview: Henry Selick from The Nightmare Before Christmas

Interview: Henry Selick from The Nightmare Before Christmas

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Henry Selick to talk about his work on The Nightmare Before Christmas, the upcoming Coraline, stop-motion technology, and what it was like to work with Tim Burton. Here’s what he had to say:

Interview: Amanda Walsh from WarGames: The Dead Code

Interview: Amanda Walsh from WarGames: The Dead Code

When Will Farmer (Matt Lanter) hacks into a restricted network of online gaming known only as R.I.P.L.E.Y., he stumbles onto a national defense system designed to ferret out fledgling terrorist cells… and becomes Ripley’s next target! His identity compromised, his family and friends jeopardized and his hometown in the crosshairs of an automated military response, Will’s only hope to clear his name lies in beating Ripley at her own game. But when the game escalates to the next level, it becomes a race against time to stop Ripley from unleashing Armageddon!

We had the pleasure of interviewing the film’s female lead, Amanda Walsh. She talked with us about the new WarGames, her personal taste in video games, and her future projects. Here’s what she had to say:

Interview: Matt Lanter from WarGames: The Dead Code

Interview: Matt Lanter from WarGames: The Dead Code

When Will Farmer (Lanter) hacks into a restricted network of online gaming known only as R.I.P.L.E.Y., he stumbles onto a national defense system designed to ferret out fledgling terrorist cells… and becomes Ripley’s next target! His identity compromised, his family and friends jeopardized and his hometown in the crosshairs of an automated military response, Will’s only hope to clear his name lies in beating Ripley at her own game. But when the game escalates to the next level, it becomes a race against time to stop Ripley from unleashing Armageddon!

We had the honor of sitting down with the film’s star, Matt Lanter, to talk about the new WarGames as well as the original, his personal taste in computer games and what’s next for the charming actor. Here’s what he had to say:

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