Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Edward Norton's Oscar push. And it feels like it. Motherless Brooklyn has some things going for it: the lighting in scenes, the pace of dialogue, and the big bad wolf mystery all play well together. I even like Norton's character, Lionel. I think he does a great job moving back and forth between between an … Continue reading Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Review: Black and Blue

A new director to me, Deon Taylor (Traffik, Supremacy) definitely has something to say with this film. It's clear even from the trailers that this fictional film is pitting cops against the inner-city, African American community. New Orleans is the setting, and less than a decade ago it was ranked America's "most corrupt" police department. … Continue reading Review: Black and Blue

Review: Zombieland: Double Tap

Zombieland was released 10 years ago. Since then it has become one of the most beloved horror-comedies of all time, accruing a sizable cult following. It's always interesting when a film is considered a "classic" after only a few years, but there was something about the makeshift family making their way to a fictional California … Continue reading Review: Zombieland: Double Tap