Month: February 2014

The Monuments Men

George Clooney’s directorial efforts come pre-packaged with ideas and statements, with thought-provoking ideals meant to help the human race improve. Perhaps the one exception is his first film, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, but that wasRead Full Review


A performance like Paulina Garcia’s in Gloria is difficult to appreciate properly. On the surface, it seems dictated by its physicality and carnality, which is why more sexually explicit storytelling doesn’t translate as successfully in American cinema.Read Full Review

The LEGO Movie

The two directors behind this year’s first legitimate box office blockbuster (no shade on Ride Along, I just think that movie was a much bigger surprise then people expected it to be) have proven adapt atRead Full Review

The Great Beauty

The Great Beauty has Federico Fellini’s fingerprints all over it. The specter of Marcello Mastroianni, Fellini’s most famous acting collaborator, haunts all of its images. And yet, Paolo Sorrentino’s latest film feels so incredibly fresh andRead Full Review