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.

A Nightmare on Elm Street Theatrical Review
A Nightmare on Elm Street   A Nightmare on Elm Street Theatrical Review
(Stephen Compall)  05/03/2010 12:07 AM EST
Freddy Krueger.  Is a killer.  Who kills people in their dreams.  With knives attached to his fingers. I apologize if I am spoiling the surprise for anyone, but I think it's important to be familiar with these facts, long embedded they may be in popular culture, should you choose to see last Friday's remake of horror classic A Ni... Read More

Kick-Ass Theatrical Review
Kick-Ass   Kick-Ass Theatrical Review
(Roger Longenbach)  04/17/2010 8:47 AM EST
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke's quote is all that is necessary to summarize this movie. An unusual blend of teen angst, action and comic book-brought-to-the-screen movies, Kick-Ass is something different. I went into this movie not completely understanding what to expect. What ... Read More

How To Train Your Dragon Theatrical Review
How To Train Your Dragon   How To Train Your Dragon Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  04/10/2010 8:00 PM EST
The trailers for How To Train Your Dragon present a story to us that are easily grasped -- there is a Viking outpost that is beset by dragons. A very un-Viking like boy (Jay Baruchel) uses his brain, rather than his lacking brawn to shoot down a dragon and then befriends it. We can see from the previews that he will come to realize these beasts are... Read More

Hot Tub Time Machine Theatrical Review
Hot Tub Time Machine   Hot Tub Time Machine Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  04/04/2010 8:58 PM EST
When I first heard about Hot Tub Time Machine, I was a bit skeptical. Adam (John Cusack) has just been dumped; Lou (Rob Corddry) is a hopeless party animal; Craig (Craig Robinson) is a henpecked husband, and Jacob (Clark Duke) does nothing but play video games in his basement. But they get a chance to brighten their future by changing their past af... Read More

Clash of The Titans Theatrical Review
Clash of The Titans   Clash of The Titans Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  04/03/2010 12:01 AM EST
During the early 1980s, cinema saw a resurgence of the fantasy genre -- including such classics as, Conan The Barbarian and Clash of the Titans. Now in 2010, Legendary Pictures, in association with Warner Bros, brings the fantasy film back to life with a remake by The Incredible Hulk director, Louis Leterrier. The ultimate struggle for power pins ... Read More

Repo Men Theatrical Review
Repo Men   Repo Men Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  03/21/2010 6:27 PM EST
Repo Men takes us to an ultra-dark, cyberpunk future where it appears everyone needs artificial organs that sell for astronomical amounts of money. When you can't pay up, the repo-men comes for your heart, kidney, or lungs, and cuts it out of your twitching body -- leaving you to die. Instead of foreclosing on your house, they foreclose on your... Read More

Up in the Air Theatrical Review
Up in the Air   Up in the Air Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  03/21/2010 5:36 PM EST
I feel like I know George Clooney because he always plays the same guy.  Okay, maybe that is not literally true -- see Burn after Reading -- but, just being realistic.   He plays the serious corporate bad-ass.  He is slick talking, sarcastic, and looks good in a suit.  You are drawn to his charisma only to be dashed on the ... Read More

A Serious Man Theatrical Review
A Serious Man   A Serious Man Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  03/18/2010 4:53 PM EST
The Coen's, A Serious Man, packs a punch like a Kafka story – it is dark, the main character suffers, and there is no explanation or redemption. As it is well made, if that is your cup of tea, you will like it. The story takes place in the late 1960's where hapless professor, Larry Gopnik, finds his world falling apart. His wife annou... Read More

Green Zone Theatrical Review
Green Zone   Green Zone Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  03/15/2010 1:31 PM EST
From the studio, director, and actor that gave your the Bourne series, comes their latest collaboration, Green Zone. Matt Damon and director, Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, United 93), re-team for their latest electrifying thriller in "Green Zone".  The film is set in the chaotic early days of the I... Read More

Apocalypto Theatrical Review
Apocalypto   Apocalypto Theatrical Review
(Marco Chacon)  03/10/2010 10:42 PM EST
I have to admit I was a bit suspicious of this from the start. In fact, I do respect the making of The Passion of Christ. It's a powerful story, and Gibson's brand of historical accuracy takes some guts to pull off. It is also important to be able to separate motive and intent from art; analyzing things without authorial intent is a valid a... Read More

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