Film and Television Reviews

Here at FlickDirect, our goal is to provide up-to-date reviews on theatrical, home entertainment, and television series. Check out the scoop on upcoming films or programming, and even our take on the classics.

Lady and The Tramp Blu-ray Review
Lady and The Tramp   Lady and The Tramp Blu-ray Review
(John Delia)  02/06/2012 10:49 AM EDT
Enhanced with High Definition, Lady and the Tramp has been released on Blu-ray for the first time. The format gives the animated film more color and sharpness that was missing when it was released in the original VHS Video format. The story of Lady and the Tramp has been around since its release in 1955,  and the tale has never lost its l... Read More

The Woman in Black Theatrical Review
The Woman in Black   The Woman in Black Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  02/03/2012 8:36 AM EDT
For the first time being away from his comfort zone of playing Harry Potter, Daniel Radcliffe takes on a Victorian horror flick called The Woman in Black.  Although Radcliffe has shown a strong growth on his way to being an adult film star, he chose this film that has to prove he has made it.  Good choice or bad, he's now matured and read... Read More

Chronicle Theatrical Review
Chronicle   Chronicle Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  02/02/2012 11:21 AM EDT
"It's all the buzz" and for good reason, Chronicle the movie takes aim for a box-office bundle with a "super-powered" film that's directed at one of the largest movie going audiences, pre-teen to 25.  The highly imaginative, intensely thrilling teen film pushes all the right buttons providing a feeding for the frenz... Read More

Man on a Ledge Theatrical Review
Man on a Ledge   Man on a Ledge Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  01/26/2012 1:34 PM EDT
With an exciting beginning and suspense filled story Man on a Ledge entertains those that love a good thriller.  With very good performances and an action filled script that's nicely directed this year's box office should leap into high gear.  Ex-cop Nick Cassidy (Sam Worthington) escapes guards at his father's funeral and takes off ... Read More

The Grey Theatrical Review
The Grey   The Grey Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  01/26/2012 9:05 AM EDT
Exciting, terrifying, intriguing and thrilling The Grey provides a stunning entry in the erratic first month of the year.  Good acting all around, electrifying cinematography and able direction keeps the film moving and entertaining.  If you like a white-knuckle panic film that challenges your worst fears, The Grey will have you in its sn... Read More

The Whistleblower Blu-ray Review
The Whistleblower   The Whistleblower Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  01/25/2012 9:27 AM EDT
The Whistleblower is a film whose first act is such a mishmash of re-hashed scenes and clunky exposition that it's a little surprising how engaged we are by its end. It stars Rachel Weisz, which is reason enough to see it, and it is (we are told in the opening title) "inspired by actual events," which is reason enough to hesitate. But... Read More

What's Your Number? Blu-ray Review
What's Your Number?   What's Your Number? Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  01/25/2012 9:15 AM EDT
With films like Bridesmaid, an interesting new sub-genre may have emerged thanks to its success. We now may see more movies aimed at women who come with more of an edge when it comes to frank language and visuals. For far too long, "chick flicks" have avoided having any sort of blue material, but there's a change on the horizon, as ev... Read More

Real Steel Blu-ray Review
Real Steel   Real Steel Blu-ray Review
(Roger Longenbach)  01/25/2012 8:24 AM EDT
Coming out on Blu-ray and DVD is the fall's almost-blockbuster film, Real Steel.  Based partially on Richard Matheson's short story "Steel", Real Steel revolves around Charlie Kenton (played by Hugh Jackman) and his boxing robot(s).  In the future, human boxing is basically gone, replaced by robots that can fight to the "de... Read More

Red Tails Theatrical Review
Red Tails   Red Tails Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  01/19/2012 11:40 AM EDT
George Lucas known for his adventure and science fiction films tears a page from the WWII war history book and produces Red Tails a true story of courage in the face of adversity and discrimination. Much like Spike Lee's Miracle at St. Anna the backdrop of war becomes the field on which we see the selfless devotion of African-American soldiers help... Read More

Haywire Theatrical Review
Haywire   Haywire Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  01/19/2012 9:39 AM EDT
From a ravenous mixed martial arts maven to a star overnight Gina Carano takes acting to new heights in Haywire a spy thriller from Academy Award winning director Steven Soderbergh.  Her screen presence gets so lively that I couldn't keep my eyes off the screen.  Knowing that the blows she has to give her adversaries have a lot of impact ... Read More