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.

Mirror Mirror Theatrical Review
Mirror Mirror Theatrical Review   Mirror Mirror Theatrical Review
(Paul Kates)  03/29/2012 9:37 AM EST
In 1937, the genius that was Walt Disney, released what was to become an all-time classic, the first full-length, animated feature film, Snow White. No doubt this was a movie that has stood the test of time and is as much loved by children and adults alike today as much as it was in those pre-war years. Fast forward to the present day, and 2012 wil... Read More

Wrath of the Titans Theatrical Review
Wrath of the Titans Theatrical Review   Wrath of the Titans Theatrical Review
(John Delia)  03/29/2012 8:49 AM EST
This sequel called Wrath of the Titans happens to be one of those films that if you hadn't seen the first one, you may get a little lost in the plot. Not, that the plot is very difficult here, but read the following film description and you male tweens to twenties should get the idea even if you haven't seen Clash of the Titans. A decade after... Read More

South Park Blu-ray Review
South Park: The Complete Fifteenth Season Blu-ray Review   South Park Blu-ray Review
(John Delia)  03/29/2012 8:47 AM EST
The boys are back at it again in Blu-ray with the release of South Park: The Complete Fifteenth Season and it's UNRATED.  Of course, if you are a fan, you probably already new that.  The hilarious fourteen episodes are devoid of ads and any other interference so you don't have a lag in the madness we aficionados have enjoyed for the last ... Read More

The Sitter Blu-ray Review
The Sitter Blu-ray Review   The Sitter Blu-ray Review
(Roger Longenbach)  03/28/2012 8:16 AM EST
Out on Blu-Ray is the 2011 movie produced and starring Jonah Hill, The Sitter.  The plot is very simple.  Jonah Hill plays Noah Griffith, a college student dropout who is coaxed into babysitting the kids of a family friend.  Things go wrong that night leading to Noah taking the kids out downtown.  In fact, it is almost a mirror ... Read More

Casablanca Blu-ray Review
Casablanca (70th Anniversary Limited Collector's Edition) Blu-ray Review   Casablanca Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  03/27/2012 10:41 AM EST
Casablanca is great. It's the quintessential Hollywood film; a classic example of the studio machine: fantastic acting, an artful directorial style, a sentimental score, and a story that will warm the many frozen rivers of your cold, cold heart. It's filled with classic lines ("I stick my neck out for nobody!") and unparalleled dr... Read More

The Muppets Blu-ray Review
The Muppets Blu-ray Review   The Muppets Blu-ray Review
(Roger Longenbach)  03/24/2012 9:10 AM EST
After a hiatus of twelve years since their last widespread theatrical movie, the Muppets returned to the big screen in late 2011.  From an idea hatched by Jason Segel (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, I Love You Man) and Nicolas Stoller, The Muppets was an attempt to revive a long-running and storied franchise.  Jason Segel may have left clues ... Read More

The Killing Blu-ray Review
The Killing: Season One Blu-ray Review   The Killing Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  03/23/2012 2:48 PM EST
AMC has produced some big hits these past few years i.e. Breaking Bad, Mad Men and most recently The Walking Dead. That doesn't mean that everything they touch will take off like a rocket. Case in point: The Killing. A girl is murdered, and the unseen act creates a ripple effect across several socio-economic layers in the excessively bleak... Read More

Wizards Blu-ray Review
Wizards Blu-ray Review   Wizards Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  03/22/2012 8:57 PM EST
Ralph Bakshi was never one for "making sense" in his animated features. He preferred stuff you could get expand your mind to: epic fantasy landscapes populated by bizarre creatures with motivations that are never completely clear. This is not meant to sound like criticism however. True, it had made a number of his films extremel... Read More

The Hunger Games Theatrical Review
The Hunger Games Theatrical Review   The Hunger Games Theatrical Review
(Nathan M Rose)  03/22/2012 10:37 AM EST
Typically, when a film is hyped up to the point of almost being a religious experience, it will fail to meet expectations; and only the die-hard fans will like a film despite its flaws.  However, this is the exact opposite of The Hunger Games, which is based on the New York Times bestselling young adult novel, by Suzanne Collins. The film... Read More

The Bodyguard Blu-ray Review
The Bodyguard Blu-ray Review   The Bodyguard Blu-ray Review
(Chris Rebholz)  03/21/2012 8:13 AM EST
You could write a whole essay on Whitney Houston's career alone without ever having to mention her numerous acting roles. However, it is 1992's "The Bodyguard" that set her second career in motion. Before delving into that film though, let's note some fun trivia regarding said movie. "The Bodyguard" got generall... Read More