Film

May 28, 2007

This film is sort of a weird hybrid between a murder mystery and some kind of sinister romantic-comedy, with Woody Allen thrown into the middle. A journalism student eager for a good story gets visited by the ghost of a famous newspaper reporter and is told that a highly respected and rich business man is [...]

May 21, 2007

Man of the Year is about Tom Dobbs, played by Robin Williams, a political comedian in the vein of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. When it is suggested on his live TV show that he should run for President of the United States, millions write in to support his candidacy. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post [...]

May 21, 2007

This film follows the stories of guests, staff and visitors of The Ambassador Hotel on the day of US Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination there in 1968. While the film is full of great actors and the director is very talented, stories that have an obvious air of self-importance, like this one, are always bitter [...]

May 21, 2007

In the lead up the US presidential elections, Rudy Giuliani, the hero of 9/11 and America’s Mayor, has become one of the leading candidates. Today, the former Mayor of New York City is seen as a saint and even many of the left wing feel that he would make a progressive leader. Share on Facebook+1 [...]

May 21, 2007

Around this time of the year, there is usually fuck all on. Actually, make that fuck all good movies on. With all the Hollywood heavy hitters surfacing in late November to make the Oscar cut, I guess something has to fill the big multiplex void that appears in mid February. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post [...]

May 14, 2007

Hilary Swank plays a former minister turned scientist who now specializes in debunking Biblical miracles by using science to demystify such phenomena. She is asked to go to a small town in the deep South to investigating a series of bizarre Biblical occurrence, Biblical plagues, ranging from a river turned to blood to hordes of [...]

May 14, 2007

This is the film where Spider-Man supposedly has some sort of internal struggle and he fights the Goblin, Sandman and Venom, while trying to save his relationship with Mary Jane. There really isn’t anything new in this film. Often it seem to degenerate into self-parody; there were parts that felt was like a Saturday Night [...]

May 14, 2007

An America military base in South Korea dumps chemicals into the Han River, which creates a mutant lizard amphibian that goes on a killing spree. A young girl, Hyun-seo, is taken by the monster (for later devouring); her dysfunctional family must come together to save her. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

May 14, 2007

Paramount Theatre May 4 directed by Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this