Majestic, The
March 1st, 2003

An up and coming Hollywood screenwriter (Carrey) finds himself blacklisted by the McCarthyist commie witch hunts that permeated Hollywood in the 1950s. He crashes his car, loses his memory, and is mistaken for the war hero son of an atypical Capra town.

Stephen King’s The Shining
February 1st, 2004

Purists of Kubrick’s version will consider yet another cheap Stephen King-endorsed mini series a sacrilege, but the show isn’t half bad considering it was made for TV, and the commentaries are a fantastic curiosity piece.

Sunshine Cleaning
October 22nd, 2009

Looking sexier than we’ve seen her before, Adams as Rose similarly feels life has passed her by, still meeting the man she loved in high school (Zahn), now a cop, in cheap motels to conduct their affair years after he’s married her high school rival.

Incredible Hulk, The
September 1st, 2003

A very decent trip down memory lane, but not necessarily one you’ll watch over and again. Much more interesting for the story behind the show courtesy of Johnson’s brilliant commentaries and the short spot with Lou Ferringo.

The Invincible Iron Man
May 15th, 2008

The animation is sweeping and grandiose and it would have been a much better experienced on a larger screen, but if you’re after a darker, nastier Iron Man that’s more like Akira than Robert Downey Jr, don’t expect it here.

January 14th, 2010

It’s from the same filmmaking team that bought us the more obtuse comedy Superbad, so there’s a lot of frathouse laughs but a slightly heavier dramatic edge few teen comedies manage as the cast of lost souls try to find their way in the world together.

Darjeeling Limited Wes Anderson is one of those filmmakers whose produce you can always ...
February 28th, 2008

Life of Brian According to popular wisdom and religious zealots the world over, Monty Python's ...
March 20th, 2008

Uprising The Film In the late eighties it was the Vietnam War getting plundered ...
March 1st, 2003

Matrix Reloaded The Film Some fans hated it, most were blown away by the bigger, ...
December 1st, 2003

[Rec] Point of view has always been pivotal to literature. Knowing more than ...
July 20th, 2009

Caspar: Special Edition The Film It was the Steven Spielberg-produced update to the 20th century's favourite ...
April 1st, 2004

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