Drama Movie Reviews
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is one of the most moving tributes to the families who survived the 9/11 attacks. The Extremely Loud story follows one boy who mourns his father by going on a hunt through New York City for clues his dad left behind.
Young Adult Movie Review: Charlize Theron's Triumph
Charlize Theron is incredible in Jason Reitman's Up in the Air follow-up, Young Adult. Diablo Cody (Juno) wrote the script and Theron and Young Adult's cast deliver one of the most delightful surprises of the year.
Shame Movie Review: Michael Fassbender Hypnotizes
Shame is as powerful film as we've seen this year and its lead, Michael Fassbender, delivers another performance of astounding proportions. Shame director Steve McQueen has crafted a cinematic masterpiece that explores sexual addiction and so much more.
The Artist Movie Review: A Stellar Piece of Art
The Artist is a movie that speaks volumes, without saying a word. The silent, black and white film is powerful on so many levels.
My Week with Marilyn Movie Review: Michelle Is Mesmerizing
My Week with Marilyn could be the Michelle Williams show, but it is so much more. The film rivets with every frame and should be considered for Best Picture at this year's Oscars.
The Descendants Movie Review: Pitch Perfect
George Clooney deserves an Oscar for his work on The Descendants. But, that is not even the best part: The film is so pitch perfect it reminds us why we go to the movies.
J. Edgar Movie Review: Clint Eastwood Paints His Picture
J. Edgar is clearly the Leonardo DiCaprio and Clint Eastwood show. But, does the biopic on J. Edgar Hoover score?
The Son of No One Movie Review: Arresting Cinema
The Son of No One shows once and for all that Channing Tatum is an acting force worth his weight. Dito Montel's latest film is riveting.
The Rum Diary Review: Birth of a Genius
Johnny Depp is brilliant in The Rum Diary and the film gives audiences an inside look at how a man became Gonzo. Depp is Paul Kemp and Kemp is truly an alter ego for author Hunter S. Thompson.
Martha Marcy May Marlene Movie Review: Explosive Excellence
Martha Marcy May Marlene is more than an announcement of the talent of Elizabeth Olsen. The film is a masterwork from a first time director.
Footloose Movie Review: Everybody Get Loose, It's Awesome!
Footloose arrives on screens October 14 and believe us, it is better than the original. All the charm of the original Footloose is there, and so much more.
Dirty Girl Movie Review: Coming of Age in the 1980s
Dirty Girl is an equally funny and heartfelt look at growing up in Midwest America in the 1980s. The film's two stars are what makes it sizzle, Juno Temple and Jeremy Dozier.