Movie Review

Journey to the West review: Stephen Chow hunts down demons from Chinese folklore

I love me some Stephen Chow. Ever since I saw Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle, I was right there waiting on whatever Stephen Chow was going to release in theaters. So you

300: Rise of an Empire (Review #2)

With news that Zack Snyder wasn’t going to be the director for 300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to 300, I was worried that it would turn out mediocre.

300: Rise of an Empire Review

Who would’ve thought that a film with a tragic storyline, stylized action, flashy visuals, swords, six-pack abs and (CG) blood could become such a huge success? That was the case

The Raid 2: Berandal Review

When The Raid: Redemption was released in theaters, it was a hit among those who saw it in theaters. The realistic bloody martial arts action that Gareth Evans depicted in Redemption

Review: Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘The Wind Rises’ (Dubbed)

Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement announcement was a sad day for all animation enthusiasts. Stating firmly that The Wind Rises would be his last film, he gave me unparalleled expectations for a production

Movie review: ‘Pompeii’ (spoiler-free)

If you know your history (or have watched Doctor Who‘s ‘The Fire of Pompeii), you know about the city of Pompeii, along with its people, being destroyed by the eruption

The LEGO Movie Review

When it was first announced that a full-length feature film would be made about LEGOs, the majority’s reaction was “Wait, why?” Nowadays, studios are looking to create franchises out of

Snowpiercer review – The graphic novel that’s being adapted into a film

Snowpiercer is a French graphic novel that is being turned into a Korean movie filmed in English with an American star. Sound confusing? Yes, yes it is. When I first

Riddick: Unrated Director’s Cut Blu-ray review

With The Chronicles of Riddick disappointing at the box office, a third Riddick movie seemed very unlikely. But dedicated fans kept on asking Vin Diesel that they wanted a third

Her movie review

The song “Diamonds are Forever” explored the value of inanimate objects such as diamonds and how they can be so pleasing, while never failing or upsetting you. “They won’t leave

Lone Survivor movie review

Marcus Lutrell’s best-selling book, Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10, has been adapted into an amazing film, Lone Survivor, which releases today.

Don Jon Blu-ray review

You have to hand it to Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He writes a script where he gets to star as a Don Juan-type character, or in this case, Don Jon. His character

Insidious: Chapter 2 Blu-ray review

The first Insidious movie had some creepy moments, but overall it wasn’t as scary as I had hoped. The premise of “The Further”, aka the spirit world, was very interesting, but

Man of Tai Chi Blu-ray review

Keanu Reeves has been a fan of martial arts ever since he trained under Tiger Chen and Yuen Woo-ping in the Matrix films. Since then, Reeves and Chen have become good friends,

Review: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

* This review does not contain spoilers* If you have read the book, then any of this won’t be a spoiler for you, but then again, they kinda changed it

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug review

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is the second installment of The Hobbit trilogy and one that made people worry whether it would live up to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Let

The Wolverine Blu-ray review

Hugh Jackman has played the same superhero more than any other actor, beating out Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. The one thing that Jackman truly wanted to do with

‘Big’ 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Review

There are very few classic ’80s movies that I’ll refuse to watch when presented with the opportunity. Anytime, anywhere: Yes! Big is no exception. Listen, I’m convinced that if you

Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks review: A spoonful of Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson

Saving Mr. Banks is based on the true story of Walt Disney trying to convince P.L. Travers to give him the movie rights for her book, Mary Poppins. A Disney-produced movie

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – A worthy sequel (review)

By Balázs Pászli I finally managed to free up some time this week and took a trip down to the cinema to watch the new flick that everyone has been rambling