In what was one of the strangest coming attractions to air on television, the film Repo Men, directed by Miguel Sapochnick, is set in the near future when artificial organs can be bought on credit.
I know you’ve seen the commercials for Legion and have probably thought “Wow, that looks stupid and/or entertaining as hell. Also, I can never look at my grandmother again without thinking she’ll attack me, then climb all over the ceiling like a deranged woodland creature.” But you’re wrong. Legion is a deep, spiritual movie that contemplates the fragility of mankind as merely the creation of a superior being.
Michael Moore’s newest film, Capitalism: A Love Story, is an emotionally devastating movie that effectively dispels the notion that capitalist principles are at the root of American greatness. Through careful[...]
Paranormal Activity, a horror film directed by Oren Peli, might at first be thought of as a clone of another well known horror film, The Blair Witch Project. Both are[...]
“Basterds” will remind moviegoers of the Clint Eastwood/Charles Bronson “spaghetti western” films. Add this to the film noir effect from “Casablanca” and you have one weird film that somehow works.
By The Cupcake Kid Welcome to your daily dose of reality. Today we are going to take a look at this year’s Oscars and I hope to piss off a[...]