If Norman Rockwell painted with blood and bile. By Michael L
Category Archives: Drama
Though we've seen this technique before in films like "Crash", "Babel"'s insistence on focusing on the harmful consequences of language barriers makes it a unique exploration of the interconnectedness of our world. By Nate King.
Smart, fast and just a bit too short, HBO's "Too Big to Fail" is a terrifying and provocative look at just how close the U.S. - and the World - came to total economic meltdown. By Sean Collins-Smith.
This 1942 animated film from Walt Disney Animation shows yet again why Disney knows how to make big, bad men bawl their eyes out. By William Davenport.
Life's a bitter pill. By Michael L
The criminally cancelled "Firefly" gets new life in this dark 2005 feature film written and directed by its creator, Joss Whedon. By Sean Collins-Smith.
This is not your average “Teenage girl finds herself through kicking ass and taking names, all while wearing Barbie skates” movie. Well, maybe it is... By Amanda Patterson
A mostly great cast and a twist on the rom-com genre helps save "The Switch" from cinematic mediocrity. By Brittany Hyatt.
The latest film in the "Rocky" series sees Stallone in perfect form as he serves as writer, producer, director and actor. Makes me cry every time. By William Davenport.
Despite having the stigma of living up to an Eternal Classic, the remake of "Dawn of the Dead" is admirably terrifying and a fine homage Romero's original. By William Davenport.
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