Much like Peter Jackson’s film series “The Hobbit”, this review takes the form of a sprawling, rambling trilogy. Make sure you’ve packed your Lembas and donned your Mithril shirt and let’s get started. As ever, here there be spoilers…
Robert Downey, Jr., ever-amusing and charismatic, delivers another droll performance as Holmes, yet there is little else to him than a collection of quirks and pithy phrases. Spoilers ho! Proceed at your own risk.
I was out of town for a while, but now I’m back and ready to see some goddamn movies. I’ve managed to see three movies in the past four days, so it’s time to do some quick reviews of films I’ve seen recently. Martha Marcy May Marlene – I saw this one about a month ago
I like my kids, all things considered. They’re getting old enough where they’re starting to become interesting people – people I like to hang around with, and people I look forward to seeing. Sure, there are times when parenting is tough and I’d rather go to a restaurant that has actual silverware or do something
I’m always a little bit worried when I see the preview for a shitty movie. Movie studios do all sorts of research and they figure if you’re already in the theater to see Movie X, you’re probably the kind of person who would like Movie Y. When Movie Y is an obvious turd, though, that