Monthly Archives: January 2012
Drive was a movie I was really looking forward to seeing, and for the first 10 minutes I was pretty happy. After that it was down hill. Advertisements
The final episode of Chuck has come and gone with reminders of all of the things that made the show good in the first place.
The Grey is easily the best movie of the year so far. It’s almost a shame it’s so early because it will be forgotten around Oscar time. It’s a powerful film that starts with the primal desire of survival and … Continue reading
One Day plays as an indie ode to When Harry Met Sally. It strives to be poignant, but instead I found myself laughing at the end.
Sometimes brilliant, sometimes boring, Haywire explodes on the screen with so much awesome that it doesn’t need actual explosions.