Jonathan Caouette's 2004 film ''Tarnation'' blazed hot and bright as its maker cleaned up kudos on the indie awards circuit. Central to the marketing...

Stars James Franco as the eccentric hot-air balloonist who ends up in the Emerald City

"This is quintessential Oliver Stone", legendary actor John Travolta offers as his key selling point when stumping his and the veteran filmmaker's union, "The Savages".

There's been a lengthy embargo placed on all reviews of Disney's ''John Carter ''- and that includes reviews of a 140 character type. Of...

Even in this age of Hollywood re-boots, it seems odd that, only five years after “Spider-man 3,” a new Spidey-flick, with a new, but...

When a movie’s opens with a half-naked Matthew McConaughey donning cowboy attire and grabbing himself in front of a crowd of hyperventilating women…that can...

First there was the Australian comedy series “Wilfred” which featured a pot smoking, beer drinking, junk food eating, foul mouthed and horny pet dog,...

The sixth season of one of cable TV's more unique offerings doesn't hint at better things to come, but it does at least suggest...

The "Yellow Submarine" Blu-Ray release serves as a reminder of just how intriguing the music industry once was. Could a mainstream contemporary band release...

Oskar Schell got out of school early that day. He went home and saw several messages on the family answering machine. Turning on the...

Way up in the Alaskan frontier, a group of men work on an oil pipeline. Unseen by all is Ottway (Neeson), whose only job...

When describing the timeless success of Jaws in some interview or other, Steven Spielberg attributed it to the fact that they didn't anchor the...

In 1930, a film called “Soup to Nuts” was released. Though it didn’t break box office records it is best remembered for one great...

In 1954 the basketball team from the small town of Milan, Indiana, led by Bobby Plump, achieved the ultimate Cinderella-story ending when it captured...

There are some things that can never be explained. In Hollywood, actors are a dime a dozen. But there are very few STARS. And...

If movie posters told us all we needed to know about a particular movie, then Contraband is simply a flick where Mark Wahlberg gets...

One of my fondest memories of my childhood is sitting at the kitchen table waiting for my ‘shrinkie’ (google it kids) to melt, crumble...

You normally wouldn’t advise one to ‘go over’ a Tattoo, but in the case of Stieg Larsson’s inked offering, it only illuminates the piece...

A pleasantly acted and pitched Australian comedy that mercifully didn’t rely on some pop culture meme to get a toehold (Abba, etc), but instead...

Some of the scenes in the trailer looked cool but I should have thought it out a bit better. Alien creatures made of… wait...

When Glenn Close starred in the 1982 stage production of ‘Albert Nobbs’, few could have predicted that twenty nine years later the economic ruin...

Jean-Claude Van Damme is still trapped in the Snakes and ladders grid it seems. And with “Dragon Eyes”, he slips back a couple of places....

One of Steve Martin’s family comedies back when he was firmly entrenched in his new persona of sensitive, loving dad rather than the buffoon...

When I sat down this evening to write my review for “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island”, I was reminded of something that my high...

History tells us that Abraham Lincoln was a great man. What it doesn’t tell us is that, long before he became President he...

Thanks to a smart screenplay by Seth-Grahame Smith, who also wrote the original novel, the film never disappoints. If you allow yourself to get lost in the story you soon begin to believe that what you’re seeing on screen may have happened.

Fairytale shows are the new Viagra – massively produced things that seem to only be on the up and up. Just one difference, films...

There are three things to keep in mind when approaching ”Prometheus”. First (and let’s be honest) even though Ridley Scott’s shadow looms large over...

“Happy Feet 2”, the follow up to Australian George Miller’s 2006 breakout animated smash hit, follows the journey of Mumble’s (voice of Elijah Wood)...

I guess I’m just not sure who this film is aimed at? It’s a bit too dirty to go the kid/tween market, yet too wholesome for young adults. The now 40 year olds who were in their prime in 1987? Yeah, let’s go with them.

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