Ryan Reynolds does a fine portrayal of Hal Jordan, and while the film overuses CGI a bit, the end product is a brightly-burning adaptation of the DC Comics source material. By Matt Hoover.
Category Archives: Crime
Decent action and some creative writing make "The Losers" more than just mediocre. By Joseph Chirico.
Depp and Pacino. Fugget about it. By Michael L
Though it doesn't do the source material JUSTICE, "Judge Dredd" is still a campy good time with its mix of violence, action and comedy. By William Davenport.
Great acting by Jude Law and Forest Whitaker and an interesting premise make "Repo Men" an enjoyable experience - until the ending. By Joseph Chirico.
The director's familiar overtones of family first fit "Catch Me If You Can" perfectly. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Reliance on characters with some depth and creative storytelling involving the heists sets "The Town" apart from other crime dramas. By Joseph Chirico.
Jean-Claude Van Damme embraces his public persona without reservations, and the result is nearly flawless. By William Davenport.
Despite some innovative action scenes and really cool Kato, "Hornet" lacks sting. By John Livingston.
Missed opportunities by the talented Christopher Nolan leave "Inception" turning and turning with nowhere to go. By Michael Bolosan.
Masculinity and Femininity converge with Sex and Death in Scorcese's crime drama. By Michael L
O Brother, Where Art Thou? is the Coen Brothers’ Southern Gothic rendition of Homer’s Odyssey, wrapped up tight in a stunning visual aesthetic that hearkens back to to the old days of hand-painted films. The film is described by some as a version of Homer’s … Read More →