Month: January 2011


Spotlight: Why the Golden Globe Awards are the redheaded step-child of awards ceremonies

Every year, we come to expect them and every year, we want to beat them!


Spotlight: About Proof In The Picture

For as long as I can remember, I have been a complainer (or ranter if you will). Those who know me, know I often travel off conversation course into ramblings that end in either frustration or confusion. Perhaps I was allowed to watch Dennis Miller at too early of an age or perhaps I just think I have strong beliefs that are worth something. … Read More Spotlight: About Proof In The Picture


Proof Review: The Green Hornet (2011)

More of a showcase of Seth Rogen’s levity, “Green Hornet” achieves entertainment, but fails to provide longevity. With some work needed in the writing department, “Hornet” loses some steam in unnecessary dialogue and random plot points. Simplicity is key and “Hornet” is all about complications. Jay Chou was enjoyable and believable, but overall, the film failed to grab me like prior “hero” movies.


Proof Review: Piranha 3D (2010)

Either the money was good or the stars of “Piranha 3D” have truly fallen off the deep end. Shue, Scott, Lloyd, and Dreyfuss are too successful to be slumming in this caricature of a relevant horror remake. The graphics are obviously better than the original, 30 plus years later, but otherwise this film should have dropped the big stars, added more adult entertainers, and simply become pornography.