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Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews: Prince Avalance

Prince Avalanche, directed by David Gordon Green and starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, is a charming slice-of-life story that refreshingly reaches back toward Greens indie filmmaking roots. 


Movie Reviews: Mud

Mud, directed by Jeff Nichols and starring Matthew McConaughey is an entertaining coming-of-age story heavily reminiscent of Huckleberry Finn and all the better for it. 


Movie Reviews: Spring Breakers

What a movie. Spring Breakers is undoubtedly going to be a movie you completely love, completely hate, or completely don't understand. But somehow it's very evident that this was exactly the point. 


Movie Reviews: Don Jon

Don Jon, directed by and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt hits all the notes a first time director could hope to hit. Gordon-Levitt did a fine job with his directorial debut, keeping the story simple and entertaining while slipping just the right amount of message in for good measure.


DVD Review: Under the Dome

It's always an event when a Stephen King book is adapted into a movie or miniseries. With Under the Dome, we now have an ongoing television show from the master of suspense and horror. Although it's more sci-fi than terrifying, it still manages to keep you on the edge of your seat at times. After binge-watching the entire first season, I have to say I was expecting a little more than what I got.


Rated: Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Thor: The Dark World doesn’t do too much to separate itself from the generic action/super hero movie we’ve seen countless times before, but nevertheless it is an eye-catching and entertaining film. 


Rated: Ender's Game (2013)


Orson Scott Card’s Ender's Game has gained a lot of popularity since its release in 1985 and has been deemed a work of literary merit in schools, but does the movie shine as brightly as its source material?  Read on to find out.


Rated: The Counselor (2013)

Presented as an attempt to continue the success of movies based on Cormac McCarthy’s novels, The Counselor features McCarthy’s first completely original screenplay. It will likely be his last too.