“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”
Posted in Film, tagged Aaron Eckhart, Batman, Batman Begins, Bruce Wayne, Christian Bale, Christopher Nolan, cillian murphy, dark knight, David S. Goyer, Eric Roberts, Film, Film Review, Gary Oldman, Gotham City, Harvey Dent, Heath Ledger, joker, Jonathan Nolan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Caine, morgan freeman, Movie, Movie Review, Movies, the dark knight on July 30, 2008| 5 Comments »
Posted in Film, tagged Batman, Batman Begins, Christian Bale, Christopher Nolan, cillian murphy, comic book movie, David S. Goyer, dvd, dvd review, Film, Film Review, Gary Oldman, Gotham City, Katie Holmes, Ken Watanabe, Liam Neeson, Michael Caine, morgan freeman, Movie, Movie Review, Movies, Rutger Hauer, Tom Wilkinson on July 26, 2008| 5 Comments »
I’ve realized that at least right now, I don’t have time to post 3 times a week (not that I have been doing it anyway). I will still post as often as I can (probably 2-3 times a week still), but not on a regular schedule. The easiest way to keep up with the posts is to subscribe to my blog.
I’ll try and get up my Batman Begins post today and my Dark Knight post sometime soon, even though everyone in the world has already seen it and reviewed it. Thanks for reading.
Posted in Film, tagged Ayelet Zurer, Barry Levy, Bruce McGill, Dennis Quaid, dvd, dvd review, Edgar Ramirez, Eduardo Noriega, Film, Film Review, Forest Whitaker, Matthew Fox, Movie, Movie Review, Movies, Pete Travis, President, Said Taghmaoui, Sigourney Weaver, spain, terrorism, Vantage Point, William Hurt, Zoe Saldana on July 17, 2008| 2 Comments »
Posted in Film, tagged Andrew Stanton, animation, Ben Burtt, Brad Bird, Buy 'n' Large, Elissa Knight, Film, Film Review, Fred Willard, Jeff Garlin, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy, Movie, Movie Review, Movies, Pixar, Pixar movie, Sigourney Weaver, Wall-E, Wall.E on July 15, 2008| 14 Comments »
Posted in Film, tagged comic book movie, David Hyde Pierce, dvd, dvd review, Film, Film Review, guillermo del toro, hellboy, hellboy 2, Jeffrey Tambor, John Hurt, Karel Roden, Mike Mignola, Movie, Movie Review, Ron Perlman, Rubert Evans, Selma Blair on July 10, 2008| 3 Comments »
Okay, so I didn’t end up seeing Wanted, so that’s why I didn’t review it. I suppose I could have reviewed Get Smart instead, which I saw a few weeks ago. But it didn’t really lend itself to a full review — it’s a C/C- movie, not funny enough for a comedy, not exciting enough as an action movie, but not entirely awful. Steve Carrell is okay, Anne Hathaway is mousy, The Rock can actually act decently and the plot was entirely too predictable. It’s a total mindless diversion and nothing more.
And instead of regaling everyone with why Superman Returns is one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen (don’t worry, I will write about it soon enough), I decided to go with something slightly more timely (also, I watched it tonight on TV) and review the original Hellboy on the day the sequel comes out. I will be doing the same next Friday with a review of Batman Begins on the the day The Dark Knight (sweet) comes out.