Would you pay $25,000 to torture and kill an American? Itís an intriguing question, and one made that much more pointed given that most of the world would gleefully answer in the affirmative.
Maybe Matt Damon deserved that Oscar.
Nobody spends more time on his knees than George W. Bush.
Jonny is starting to dislike history… If nothing else, The Alamo falsifies the theory that Dennis Quaid will only appear in movies with “good” scripts. Man, was this movie bad. I guess I need to get into the tediousness, the mendacity, how belabored the whole project was, but what I find stupefying is that supposedly […]
When one of the central characters in a film is a man with fetishistic fixation on his pet jellyfhish and he inexplicably bludgeons two people to death before wrapping himself in wire and committing suicide, you can be fairly certain that the film comes from Japan.
No, this is not a trend that should cause you great concern, so I promise that I will stay far, far away from both Airport ’77 and Concorde: Airport ’79.
The 70s disaster flick that started it all.
The Life & Death of a Serial Killer Directed by Nick Broomfield & Joan Churchill Matt Cale likes to reason why… Nick Broomfield’s documentary about the life and times (and final days) of killer Aileen Wuornos proves one thing — Charlize Theron’s performance earns every ounce of praise it has received. When Broomfield returns for […]
A good movie, but it is not great. In fact, it is frustrating, because you know that it could have been great.
Matt Cale loses his shit.