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'The Great Gatsby' Movie Review. The Great Gatsby stars Leonardo DiCaprio
There are two questions that must be asked in regards to Baz Luhrmann's new star-studded, big-budget, 3D adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel The Great Gatsby. We'll start with the first: Is this a quality vision of the source material?
That should be important, because depending on your interpretation, Gatsby is an indictment of the decline...
THE GREAT GATSBY review
Leonardo DiCaprio makes a great Jay Gatsby but Baz Luhrmann’s remake disappoints
Listen to Nico and the Velvet Underground sing about “All Tomorrow’s Parties” and think about the music, art and desert heat that make Coachella a worldwide happening. Flash back to ‘80s Ibiza and its open-air parties; crawl back farther to ‘70s Studio 54 and keep crawling until you...
PEEPLES review. PEEPLES stars Craig Robinson, Kerry Washington
Craig Robinson and Kerry Washington light comic fireworks in sweet and funny film.
Ten feet from stardom sums up comic actor Craig Robinson, ensemble cast member on TV’s The Office and supporting banana on various big-screen comedies including Pineapple Express, Zack and Miri Make a Porno and Hot Tub Time Machine.
All of that changes with...
THE ICEMAN Review - Michael Shannon is at his chilling best as a mob assassin
There are actors who make a difference. Those talented few who boost good stories into classic movies; make mediocre films better and awful scripts into something watchable no matter the size of their role. Understandably, this is an elite group from towering veterans like Robert De Niro to current leading men like Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The least known...
IRON MAN 3 Review - Robert Downey Jr. is best with his armor off
All superhero movies have their “wow” moments; those action sequences packed with all the TNT CGI money can buy. Iron Man 3, from co-writer/director Shane Black, delivers its eye-popper fairly early in its adventure, a missile attack of Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.) modern house that rises on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It does not ruin any surprises to talk...
42 Review Starring Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford in a Brian Helgeland Film
There are roles and movies that can launch the careers of an undiscovered actor and put them on the path of success and acclaim. Unfortunately, for first-time headliner Chadwick Boseman, landing the lead role of baseball legend Jackie Robinson in the oft-delayed biopic 42 means trying to lift an overly melodramatic, frequently hokey sports drama into the movie it should have...
TRANCE review. Plenty of visual dazzle but one too many twists makes TRANCE too dizzy
Movie review of Trance, starring James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel & Rosario Dawson
The one twist that’s too many in director Danny Boyle’s mindbender heist movie Trance occurs late in the story when Franck (the always amazing Vincent Cassel), the leader of a gang of thieves, has to determine between life-threatening reality and hypnotic suggestion. The same is true...
SIMON KILLER Review - Brady Corbet shines in tense film
Review: A restless American in Paris reveals his dark side in tense, surprising Simon Killer.
Scratch beneath the clean-cut surface of the khakis and Converse sneakers of recent American college grad and Paris transplant Simon (Brady Corbet) and you’ll discover loneliness steadily transforming into something sinister. Just as beyond the beautiful art museum...
EVIL DEAD Review (Four and a Half out of Five stars) Lots of blood and even more screams make EVIL DEAD a fantastic horror remake
Review: Five friends battle evil spirits with gory results in fantastic remake EVIL DEAD
Some movie remakes are obsessively loyal to the point of being dull, mirror reflections of the original film. Think about Gus Van Sant and his stumbling, paint-by-the-numbers recreation of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. What’s the point?
Other filmmakers undertake a...
G.I. JOE: RETALIATION Review
Dwayne Johnson takes the lead of the G.I. JOE franchise but fails to save the movie
Lucky is the action fan who walks midway into G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the second film in Paramount’s would-be franchise based on the popular Hasbro toys, only to catch an eye-popping ninja battle on the rocky face of a Tibetan mountain. Flying from one mountain peak to another via...
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