Proof that James Franco can do no wrong. Spring Break forever, y’all.
Filling every pixel with beauty and wonder, Sam Raimi’s Oz: the Great and Powerful is more than just a prequel to a classic. It’s a classic in its own right.
Sadly, Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion failed to disprove my opinion that Tom Cruise should just stick to Mission Impossible films.
Soderbergh’s swan song Side Effects is a superb parting gift to us, if it is his last film.
Zack Snyder kicks off the summer blockbuster season in style with Man of Steel; is it a super origin story? Almost.
@oldmarkethall managed to save me from the mainstream once again by showing the Park Chan-wook’s gorgeous Stoker: it’s just as beautiful as its Korean siblings.
Baz Lurhrmann is renowned for creating super stylish films and his latest feature, The Great Gatsby, is no exception. Yet this adaptation of the great American novel is completely void of substance.
As much as I loved Bonnie in Seven Psychopaths, there were other things I liked about McDonagh’s critically acclaimed hit. Cute dogs are always a welcome addition, though!
I wouldn’t say Judd Apatow’s This is 40 is 40 minutes too long. Maybe just 30.
A wistful film full of hope that change is possible, Cinafrance has done it again with The Place Beyond the Pines.