Tag: save the date

Quick Review: Save The Date (2012)

SAVE THE DATE BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLMAY 12, 2013 First of all, will directors please give Alison Brie more work? She is brilliant, even in the smallest of roles. “Save The Date” feels built around Lizzy Caplan, who disappears into her role. Caplan has this natural, indie quality that produces a sincerity that makes one sense she is like this. The film is quirky and … Read More Quick Review: Save The Date (2012)


Tuesday Releases: Django Unchained

APRIL 16TH, 2013 DJANGO UNCHAINED // Had “Django Unchained” followed the story set in its marketing and, with that, followed a much shorter run-time, Tarantino’s latest film could have been much closer to perfection. Instead, it remains an above-average exploitation film with above-average performances, that just cannot seem to tell its story properly. “Django” starts off impeccably, introducing the main characters, Django (Jamie Foxx) … Read More Tuesday Releases: Django Unchained


Theatrical Releases: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY || Visually enthralling, grandiosely captivating, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” proves that fans are safe with Peter Jackson at the helm of Middle-earth. Martin Freeman is by far the most enjoyable portion of the film, with the look and charisma to deftly carry this latest Tolkien franchise, as lead Bilbo Baggins, while returning faces like Ian McKellen as Gandalf, … Read More Theatrical Releases: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey