The Road 2012 - Movie Review Filipino filmmaker Yam Laranas stands poised to make some significant noise in the world of filmmaking. His low budget The Road is the perfect example of a filmmaker whose talents have outstretched his available budgetary means. Though the film ...

The Raven - Movie review We’ll likely never know much about American poet Edgar Allan Poe’s final days. Found by a friend in 1849 on a Baltimore public park bench in a state of delirium, the creator of the detective genre and the godfather of gothic horror was ranting in a ...

Marley - Movie Review The legacy of Bob Marley – who died at 36 – sometimes gets a bit corroded with talk of prophet and holy figure.  Numerous documentaries have presented the iconic reggae figure as a saint worthy only of worship.  Few have considered Marley ...

Chimpanzee - Movie Review Immersing themselves for three years in the densely forested jungles of Ivory Coast, Disneynature filmmakers Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield and team emerged with more than 700 hours of breathtaking footage of chimpanzees in their natural habitat ...

The Three Stooges - Movie Review Neither as laugh-out-loud funny as many had hoped for, nor as excruciatingly dreadful as most feared it would be, The Three Stooges - Bobby and Peter Farrelly’s long-gestating contemporary take on the trio of knuckleheads - hits the big screen like a ...

The Kid With a Bike - Movie Review The Kid With a Bike is a far less intimidating film than its artsy name, English subtitles, and Cannes-fave filmmakers might indicate. It comes from Belgians Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, who’ve forged a formidable reputation with their elegantly simple ...

American Reunion Movie Review Man, where does the time go? American Pie, the sleeper hit of 1999, is now thirteen years old! The last theatrical instalment, American Wedding, will celebrate its tenth anniversary next year. With Hollywood churning out more remakes and sequels than ...

Bully - Movie Review With its well-intentioned but woefully incomplete message, Lee Hirsch’s Bully makes its way into theaters brandishing the MPAA’s cursed “Unrated” badge. That’s a shame really as it means the film likely won’t get the school support it was meant to mobilize ...

Jason Bourne - Movie ReviewThe world is chock full of franchises in this day and age. We have seen the sequel proliferate to the point that it is THE business practice of every studio in Hollywood—it’s their bread and butter. Films are created these days specifically in the hope that they will spawn more  ...

into the Forest - Movie ReviewCanadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema’s Into the Forest is another of those end-of-the-world, what-now flicks that seem to be all the rage these days. They are a-dime-a-dozen. And with a serious dearth of fresh ideas and unique takes on the genre, most come and go with  ...

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