Movie Review: The King’s Speech

Make no mistake, “The King’s Speech” is by all accounts a good film, but it never truly exhibits the “X” factor that makes some films great. Read story

Movie Review: True Grit

“True Grit” is a film that you’ll want to share with your children generations from now to show them how they used to make movies way back when. Read story

Movie Review: Tron Legacy

Much like last year’s “Avatar,” “Tron” comes as a visual effects-laden gamble whose end goal isn’t so much to provide a story as it is to provide an experience and access to a new world. Read story

Movie Review: Love and Other Drugs

While the genre of romantic comedies isn’t high art once in a while you’ll get something really worthwhile. “Love and Other Drugs” isn’t that movie. Read story

Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

Harry, Ron and Hermione may be older, but the adventures are really the same in the first installment of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” Read story

Movie Review: 127 Hours

“127 Hours” is not just a story about Man vs. Nature. It’s a story of Man vs. Self. Read story

Q and A: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Edgar Wright, director of “Shaun of the Dead,” “Hot Fuzz,” and most recently “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” recently spoke on a conference call to a group of students about the challenges of adapting the comic book properly for film, the process of orchestrating music for the film and the effect that “Scott Pilgrim” has had on legions of fanboys just a few months after its release. Read story

Blu-Ray Review: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” on the big screen was good, but the Blu-Ray/DVD set a new standard by which all future films in your collection should be judged. Read story

Movie Review: Unstoppable

“Unstoppable” is as much a product of impeccable action film making as it is a tribute to the recession-era American working class. Read story

Movie Review: Morning Glory

“Morning Glory” is one of the more meaningful cinematic efforts on journalism, and with respect for the profession and a cast of characters who grow and develop, the film manages to be fun, engaging and a truly enjoyable experience all around. Read story