Tag: reviews

Rated: We’re The Millers – a Holiday Road Trip For A...

The next R-rated comedy to come out this Summer is set to release on Wednesday (Aug 7th), and last week we got the chance to check out the film (as well as sent several of our lucky readers to screenings as well), in order to tell you whether or not We're the Millers is comedy gold, or another dud.  Come inside to check out our full review!

DVD REVIEW: The Painted Veil (1934)

Cinelinx falls under the spell of Garbo in Warner Archive's The Painted Veil DVD!

Roger Ebert: A Tribute and Look Back

A generation of film fans grew up knowing the famous thumb of Roger Ebert, the longtime film critic and author. Sadly, he has now passed away. Ebert co-hosted the popular TV program At the Movies and wrote numerous books about movies. He was the first film critic to win the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism. His lost his long battle with cancer at age 70.

Bioshock Infinite Review: Solid but not Quite Revolutionary

The highly anticipated Bioshock Infinite hit stores finally last week to generally positive reviews.  Does the game live up to the hype as well as the legacy of its predecessor?  It's definitely worth playing through, but it's not quite as revolutionary as most reviews would suggest.  Come inside to check out our thoughts on Irrational Games' latest.

Rated: Zero Dark Thirty (2012)

Zero Dark Thirty is unique in that it not only depicts the historic event that marked the end of the post 9/11 era in American history, but the movie itself feels like it marks the end of an era of film making as well. Fortunately, being of historical importance is not the film’s best attribute; it’s also highly enjoyable and exciting to watch.   

The Bourne Legacy Review: The Franchise Is Re-Bourne, But the Legacy...

Reboots are tricky beasts.  Occasionally, they can be quite beneficial for a franchise, reinvigorating the staleness with a nice breath of fresh air.  But sometimes, they can do the exact opposite.  Sometimes, they can ruin a good thing, and tarnish a great franchise.  And unfortunately, The Bourne Legacy is THAT kind of reboot.

The Campaign – Jordan’s Review

Earlier in the week I got the chance to check out the latest Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis comedy, The Campaign. While it bobbles slightly at the beginning of the film, it pulls itself together quickly, and ends up just as funny as you hoped it would be.

TV Review: Louie—”Something is Wrong”

Louis CK has another one of his token "bad days" in the Season 3 premiere of the hit comedy.

TV Review: The Legend of Korra—”Skeletons In the Closet/Endgame”

Everything comes to the forefront in the final episode of The Legend of Korra's first season.

Prometheus – Big on Scale, Short on Answers

I got the chance to check out Prometheus over the weekend, and while my co-writer Eric has already given you guys his take on the film, I felt I needed to throw my thoughts on the film out there as well.  Despite all of the films flaws (of which I had MANY issues)...I really enjoyed this film, and the fact that I haven't stopped thinking about it since I left the theater is a good thing in my opinion.

Skywalker A Family at War (Book Review)

The galaxy’s most influential family gets a historical account in the latest Star Wars book. Chronicling the Skywalker journey from Shmi to Rey, it’s...