Tag: MPEG-4

Righteous Kill Review

For director Jon Avnet, it must have been a surprise to have the opportunity to direct Al Pacino in back-to-back films. Unfortunately, it’s doubtful either one of them will …

Slumdog Millionaire Review

Critics darling, Oscar winner, and $140 million worth of box office buys. What is the draw of Slumdog Millionaire? It’s a deep question, and one that requires multiple answers, …

Daredevil: The Director’s Cut Review

When audiences had their first glimpse of the Ben Affleck starring Daredevil back in 2003, reception was less than stellar. That reaction led to a director’s cut that supposedly …

Babylon A.D. Review

The stories of the studio butchering Babylon A.D. are well publicized, and the finished film confirms them. While Europeans were given the full, uncut 160-minute version, the US is …

Anger Management Review

Anger Management teams up Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, that being enough reason alone to watch. In typical Sandler movie fashion, this is a goofy, dumb comedy, though lacking …

Hitman Review

Translating the stealthy video game into movie form, Hitman falls apart. The story is cramped, moves too quickly, and the action feels out of place. It becomes a generic …

X-Men: The Last Stand Review

Supposedly the final piece to the X-Men series, this lively, energetic, and fun cap to the trilogy is a worthy send off to this fantastic comic book based series. …

We Own the Night Review

A classic case of misrepresentation, We Own the Night is advertised as an all out brother vs. brother crime war. It’s the furthest thing from it. What you do …

Open Season Review

The first effort from Sony Animation, Open Season is a redundant tale of talking furry animals in animated form. Its concept isn’t taken far enough, its story is dull, …

Punisher: War Zone Review

“Who Punishes You?” That line is spoken by Julie Benz in Punisher: War Zone, and the only one with any thought, care, or logic in the entire movie. As …