“Let the Right One In” is one of the finest films I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching. It’s a beautiful, serene experience that will chill you to the bone while warming your heart with those fuzzy feelings of young love.
The Fraze watches Nicole Kidman go Down Under
â€œMilkâ€ is no doubt Van Santâ€™s best film since 1997â€™s â€œGood Will Hunting,â€ though without Sean Pennâ€™s award-worthy performance, I doubt it would amount to more than your average biographical feature.
Even if you have no interest in the subject matter, â€œMilkâ€ is an inspiring and important motion picture that should be seen. Itâ€™s a film everyone can take something positive from, and in this day and age, that is a rarity in itself.
Though the Blu-Ray is, obviously, a step-up from the normal SD release this one still doesn’t pack as much punch as it should have. There’s enough detail but it’s very light on clarity. Better is the DTS HD master audio track which’ll see the sounds whistle – um, er, cos, well, most of the sound is wind – beautifully through the speakers.
Feel free to burn your “Team Edward” or “Team Jacob” shirts in protest
The Fraze counts down his Top 50 favourite movies of all time!
The chemistry between Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks is what makes this movie worth seeing. Banks is really coming into her own as of late and itâ€™s only a matter of time until she breaks out and finds her place as a genuine leading lady. Craig Robinson, who has appeared in â€œKnocked Upâ€ and more recently, â€œPineapple Express,â€ is refreshingly funny as Delaney and hey, even Justin Long steals a few scenes.
Adam Frazier counts down the best horror flicks to watch this Halloween!
“The Secret Life of Bees” is a touching film that earns its tears and heartfelt sentiment honestly. The performances elicit real emotion, and though some elements of the script travel through well-worn territory, it’s an entertaining and affecting work. Those looking for award-winning cinematography or brilliant direction will probably find this film underwhelming and a little on the sappy side. While that honey-dipped sweetness might leave some art snobs disappointed, others will find “The Secret Life of Bees” is rich in heart and love.
It’s an entertaining look back at one of the most controversial presidencies in the history of the United States. It isn’t earth-shattering, but the performances will stick with you – and who knows, maybe 10 or 15 years from now “W.” will be seen as a divisive, epic piece of cinema – but it’s too soon to tell, we’re all still living out the story already in progress.
Moviehole’s first review of Oliver Stone’s presidential portrait of George Jr
â€œQuarantineâ€ is a tedious, predictable, sad excuse for a horror film made for the Hot Topic generation. Itâ€™s a shame that hollow, empty remakes like this, based solely on gimmick over story, flourish in todayâ€™s horror market while films like Mike Doughertyâ€™s â€œTrick â€˜r Treatâ€ struggle to find distribution from big studios who would rather push 34 â€œSawâ€ sequels down our throats.
The final installment of an Adam Frazier Production
â€œLuke, you can destroy the Emperor. He has foreseen this. It is your destiny”
The Fraze on George Lucas’s “Star Wars” Special Editions
Movieholeâ€™s resident scruffy nerd herder is on the case!
”The Rocker” is so sweet and sugary it will give you a toothache. It’s squeaky-clean, totally harmless and so completely non-edgy. Unfortunately, it just isn’t that funny.
The Fraze wonders whether Lucas should just “hang it up”!
Sony, what the hell are you thinking!? A “Venom” movie!?
The Fraze talks to the filmmaker about a possible sequel
Talks to The Fraze about his killer new flick, “Rogue”
Don’t waste your time on “Lake Placid 2,” or “Primeval” – sink your teeth into Greg Mclean’s “Rogue.”