Film and Television Reviews

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Spartacus: Gods of the Arena Theatrical Review
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena   Spartacus: Gods of the Arena Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  01/20/2011 2:05 PM EDT
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena is a Starz original TV series that is a prequel to the successful Roman era Starz TV show, Spartacus: Blood and Sand.  Spartacus: Blood and Sand is going into its second season.  I did not see Blood and Sand, but I had a chance to watch the opening episode of Gods and get into a web-chat with some of the major... Read More

The Dilemma Theatrical Review
The Dilemma   The Dilemma Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  01/16/2011 7:43 PM EDT
The Dilemma is a film about two friends, one of whom happens to over see the others wife cheating with another man. Now he is caught between doing the right thing for his friend and ruining his life at the same time. Kevin James and Vince Vaughn star as Nick Brannen and Ronny Valentine, two best friends who not only do everything together but ... Read More

The Green Hornet Theatrical Review
The Green Hornet   The Green Hornet Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  01/13/2011 1:13 PM EDT
Releasing on January 14, 2011, is a film that has had many release date changes, and is long overdue, The Green Hornet...Starring Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Christoph Waltz, Cameron Diaz, Edward James Olmos, Tom Wilkinson, and Edward Furlong with direction by Michel Gondry.   The Green Hornet, based on the 1930 radio program, follows the life of Br... Read More

Season of the Witch Theatrical Review
Season of the Witch   Season of the Witch Theatrical Review
(Eric English)  01/09/2011 7:44 PM EDT
There are always a few movies that come out and make you wonder, "How did this get made?" Season of the Witch is that kind of movie. It opens with a hanging of three women who are accused of witchcraft. They try to convince the priest of the their innocence and of course he wont hear it. Afterwards the priest attempts to read the wom... Read More

The Fighter Theatrical Review
The Fighter   The Fighter Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  12/23/2010 12:30 PM EDT
Mark Wahlberg has a tendency to be type cast as the guy "from the streets" and while he has often expressed some displeasure with the kind of films offered to him there is certainly no way you can deny how well he does in these roles. His newest venture is called The Fighter, about the early years of Irish Mickey Ward and his brother, Dic... Read More

True Grit Theatrical Review
True Grit   True Grit Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  12/23/2010 12:28 PM EDT
The best way to go view the latest adaption of True Grit is as its own entity. There was the first movie with the legendary John Wayne and now there is the 21st century version with Jeff Bridges. Both versions are good representations of the book by Charles Portis. Though neither can deliver the true sense of revenge that the book delivers, but wha... Read More

Tron Legacy Theatrical Review
Tron Legacy   Tron Legacy Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  12/19/2010 9:32 PM EDT
Gamers and action junkies will have a treat in store with the release of Tron: Legacy a computer game plot with spunk.  The fast paced adventure may be a sequel, but plays well to first timers.  If there is a downside to the film, it's that adults 35+ will probably not like or even understand the storyline.  But, if your ilk is getti... Read More

The Tourist Theatrical Review
The Tourist   The Tourist Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  12/10/2010 9:50 AM EDT
Lets get things straight first...if you are going into the Tourist thinking it is going to be a wild ride like a Jason Bourne film, then you will be sorely disappointed.   The Tourist, directed and written by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, tells the story of Frank Taylor (Johnny Depp), an American tourist, who crosses paths with a stranger ... Read More

The Warrior's Way Theatrical Review
The Warrior's Way   The Warrior's Way Theatrical Review
(Eric English)  12/05/2010 6:39 PM EDT
There are a lot of good Kung-Fu movies out there and there are a lot of bad Kung-Fu movies out there. The Warrior's Way is one of those movies that could fall somewhere in the middle of those ranges depending on your point of view.The movie opens with the Yang, played by Dong-gun Jang, who is a legendary assassin/swordsman working for an obviou... Read More

Love & Other Drugs Theatrical Review
Love & Other Drugs   Love & Other Drugs Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  12/01/2010 4:47 PM EDT
When going to see a movie you have certain expectations. If a film is billed as a comedy than you expect to have a laugh filled experience. The same can be said for the other genres as well. Sometimes there are movies that try to break the mold they are cast in; Love & Other Drugs is just such a movie.Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jamie Randall who wor... Read More