Film and Television Reviews

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Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Theatrical Review
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted   Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  06/07/2012 10:18 PM EDT
Jumping to the top of the list of my 2012 comedy favorites Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted it's not just for kids. The laughter filled animated adventure tops its two previous films with a very engaging story, excellent 3D and new fun characters.  Don't be hesitant to take your family to one of the brightest animated films to come out this ... Read More

Snow White and the Huntsman Theatrical Review
Snow White and the Huntsman   Snow White and the Huntsman Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  06/01/2012 7:38 AM EDT
The Brother's Grimm fairy tale "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" comes to the screen portraying its malevolent power and dark imagery. What makes Snow White and the Huntsman worth the watch is the exciting story, brilliant sets and scenery, inventive cinematography, nicely placed CGI and costumes.  If you want to see the classic ... Read More

Men in Black III Theatrical Review
Men in Black III   Men in Black III Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  05/24/2012 2:18 PM EDT
After squirming in my seat trying to get more comfortable several times I began to realize that there's something wrong with Men in Black 3, it drones, creating a lackadaisical mood that destroys any comical stimulus.  That said, the film however reeks with plot, silly alien characters and amazing guns and gadgets.  But, the glitz and... Read More

What To Expect When You Are Expecting Theatrical Review
What To Expect When You Are Expecting   What To Expect When You Are Expecting Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  05/18/2012 10:05 AM EDT
First published in 1984, Heidi Murkoff's book was peer-driven pregnancy information based on actual experiences  at a time when Dr. Spock had cornered the child-care market. The book remains a classic; four editions later, it's spawned a host of related titles and copycats. No surprise, then, that Hollywood finally came calling, e... Read More

Battleship Theatrical Review
Battleship   Battleship Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  05/17/2012 10:44 AM EDT
Who'd ever think they could make a film from a kids Hasbro board game and come up a winner.  With Battleship they did just that and it's more action, thrills, amazing special effects than I had ever imagined possible.  If you like alien invasion movies with cool spaceships, scary spacemen, saw bladed war drones and explosive rocket pegs t... Read More

The Dictator Theatrical Review
The Dictator   The Dictator Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  05/16/2012 8:28 AM EDT
Silly, brainless, raunchy, ridiculous, bizarre, outrageous, inane yet somehow funny, The Dictator, a screwball story that entertains has opened in movie houses across America.  If you have seen Sacha Baron Cohen's films Bruno, Ali G and Borat and like his tongue in cheek comedy that embarrasses, humiliates, disgraces and ridicules, then this n... Read More

Dark Shadows Theatrical Review
Dark Shadows   Dark Shadows Theatrical Review
(Penny McLean)  05/10/2012 8:42 AM EDT
Dark Shadows, the latest film collaboration between Tim Burton (Alice In Wonderland, Beetlejuice) and Johnny Depp (Pirates In The Caribben, Rango) is based on the 1960's television Soap Opera of the same name. It tells the story of Barnabas Collins (a 200-year-old vampire, played by Johnny Depp) whose family founded the town... Read More

A Little Bit of Heaven Theatrical Review
A Little Bit of Heaven   A Little Bit of Heaven Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  05/03/2012 11:14 AM EDT
A Little Bit of Heaven is an eye opening, emotional roller coaster of a film opening this weekend against The Avengers. While the two films are geared to completely different demographics, most studios are staying away from opening against the juggernaut superhero extravaganza. Millenium Entertainent is taking a gamble, but one that will certainly ... Read More

Marvel's The Avengers Theatrical Review
Marvel's The Avengers   Marvel's The Avengers Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  05/02/2012 8:21 AM EDT
Ever since the original Iron Man film came out in the summer of 2008, Marvel has been teasing the ultimate superhero film, The Avengers.  Now in 2012, Marvel along with Walt Disney Pictures brings this story to life.   If names such as Tony Stark, Loki, or Black Widow seem foreign to you, then you have to get ready to do some homework bef... Read More

Pirates! Band of Misfits Theatrical Review
Pirates! Band of Misfits   Pirates! Band of Misfits Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  04/27/2012 11:28 AM EDT
The Pirates! Band of Misfits comes to us from "across the pond" as they say and is based on a kids book by Gideon DeFoe. The film features some interesting voice, specifically that of Hugh Grant as our nefarious leader. The Captain proudly sports an impressive beard, even if his modest haul of "booty" is less impressive. Wh... Read More



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