Tag: Giovanni Ribisi

Saving Private Ryan 4K UHD Review

Moral Reality Saving Private Ryan’s greatness comes from confronting war’s cruel lethality. It’s not only gore or the cinema verite camerawork. In among the multitude of expertly threaded small …

Ted 2 Blu-ray Review

Ted (2) Clubber Lang While lacking the imaginative wit of the first movie, Ted 2 hunkers down into a comedic run without any concern for offense. Seth McFarlane blasts …

Ted 2 Review

Return of the bear Ted 2 is homophobic, transphobic, racephobic, joggerphobic, nerdphobic, sex workerphobic – almost precisely in that order. Seth McFarlane’s work is relentlessly phobic but he has …

Selma Blu-ray Review

David Oyelowo is flawless in this pertinent historical drama Selma should not be socially relevant to today’s political compass. It should only be well remembered and honored history. Yet, …

Gangster Squad Review

It is more a set-up for a TV comedy than serious drama, so over produced and glossy as to reject any sensibility of authenticity.

Ted Review

Even if the film's abrasive wonder doesn't connect, there's something loveable about that bear as he tackles Mark Wahlberg and crunches his testicles.

Contraband Review

Contraband doesn't do much for its credibility, most of the legitimate aspects coming between the family material.

Big White Review

Obviously channeling Fargo, this Alaskan-set dark comedy has a surprisingly robust cast of stars lead by Robin Williams. It’s sick, it’s twisted, and if this is your style of …

Flight of the Phoenix (2004) Review

A remake of a solid 1965 survival movie, Flight of the Phoenix is a routine, dull, and standard drama. The characters are the expected stereotypes, the conflicts predictable, and …