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.

Faster Theatrical Review
Faster   Faster Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  12/01/2010 3:23 PM EDT
Faster is a classic revenge tale combined with the simplicity of the grindhouse movies of the 70's. After a steady career in wrestling Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson moved on from that arena to pursue a life of acting. Surprisingly he actually has solid comedic timing which can be seen from his appearances on Saturday Night Live. Naturally bec... Read More

The Next Three Days Theatrical Review
The Next Three Days   The Next Three Days Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  11/20/2010 11:19 AM EDT
Russell Crowe has certainly been a name to draw in movie-goers. With films like Gladiator and 3:10 to Yuma under his belt we know that he has the acting chops to keep us locked in our seats. Paul Haggis has certainly become a name in the industry, writing such movies as Crash and Million Dollar Baby. Naturally when you find out that these two indiv... Read More

Morning Glory Theatrical Review
Morning Glory   Morning Glory Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  11/09/2010 12:04 PM EDT
Rachel McAdams first caught my attention with her performance in the films, Mean Girls, and Red Eye. She shows so much heart in her performances, and that quality continues to shine through in her latest film, "Morning Glory".However, Rachel McAdams, who plays Becky Fuller, isn't alone in creating a fun, lighthearted film. The cast also i... Read More

Megamind Theatrical Review
Megamind   Megamind Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  11/07/2010 2:16 PM EDT
Animation is an excellent tool for bringing our greatest fantasies to life. In that world our characters can truly defy gravity, face outrageous villains, or go to places unimaginable. This is the case with the movie Megamind. It is the latest venture in the animation world using the age-old hero vs. villain storyline. Will Ferrell and Brad Pi... Read More

127 Hours Theatrical Review
127 Hours   127 Hours Theatrical Review
(Chris Rebholz)  11/07/2010 2:15 PM EDT
What would you do when faced with a desperate situation? Would you be able to make the ultimate sacrifice to ensure your survival? These are the questions that come up while you watch 127 hours, the new movie starring James Franco and directed by Danny Boyle. The movie opens with our lone hero Aron Ralston, played by Franco, setting out extrem... Read More

Due Date Theatrical Review
Due Date   Due Date Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  11/04/2010 9:35 AM EDT
The team that brought you The Hangover is back this holiday season to give you another hilarious comedy, but entitled Due Date this time. Due Date tells the story of a soon-to-be Dad, Peter Highman (Robert Downey, Jr. Iron Man, Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang), who after some pretty insane circumstances, is forced to hitch a ride to Los Angeles with aspiring ... Read More

Paranormal Activity 2 Theatrical Review
Paranormal Activity 2   Paranormal Activity 2 Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  10/22/2010 8:29 AM EDT
In 1999, a new form of psychological mokumentary film drama was introduced to movie audiences with the Blair Witch Project. Now eleven years later, still continuing in the same vein, comes the sequel to the 2007 Paranormal Activity, entitled simply Paranormal Activity 2.Paranormal Activity 2 is a prequel (and sequel) to the events that take place i... Read More

Hereafter Theatrical Review
Hereafter   Hereafter Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  10/21/2010 1:26 PM EDT
Hereafter, is the latest dramatic effort from Clint Eastwood, written by Peter Morgan. The film revolves around three parallel stories. They are about three people affected by death in different ways; Matt Damon plays an American factory worker named George, who has a gift that enables him to communicate with the dead. Cécile de France plays... Read More

Red Theatrical Review
Red   Red Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  10/14/2010 10:59 PM EDT
Filling the comic book void this fall comes Red, starring an ensemble cast of Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Mary-Louise Parker, Karl Urban, Brian Cox, and Richard Dreyfus.  It is based on the DC comic Book by Warren Ellis and Cully Hammer.   Red (Retired Extremely Dangerous) tells the story of Frank Moses (Br... Read More

My Soul to Take Theatrical Review
My Soul to Take   My Soul to Take Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  10/14/2010 3:05 PM EDT
After having a five-year hiatus from directing the Master of Horror, Wes Craven is back this fall with his latest film, My Soul To Take.My Soul To Take takes place in the sleepy town of Riverton, where a legend tells of a serial killer, The Ripper, who swore he would return from the grave. Now, 16 years later, children born the night of the Ripper&... Read More