Category: Movie Review

The Gunman Movie Review

R.A.G.E. Reviews: The Gunman

Spoiler Free Plot Synopsis An adaptation of Jean-Patrick Manchette’s “The Prone Gunman.” Sean Penn stars as Jim Terrier, an international operative who is betrayed by the organization he worked for, and must go on the run in a relentless game of cat and mouse across Europe.-via Trailer Addict [youtube id=”Ug9xufczPVE”]...

RW Review: Black Sea

A submarine captain fired by his salvage company gets a chance at glory and redemption when he is presented with an opportunity to salvage a German U-boat loaded with Nazi gold alongside a crew of misfits. What happens when the mission goes awry and tensions and language barriers turn a crew against each other while their lives are on the line? Will they pull it together and survive or will the crew fall victim to the Black Sea?

The Boxtrolls Review

It’s been awhile since I found a movie that just made me absolutely happy. The Boxtrolls is simply the best family movie I have seen this year! I can’t remember just where I caught a first glimpse at The Boxtrolls but I definitely knew I would be excited for it’s...

Obvious Child

Obvious Child Review

Ever have one of those days where it goes from bad to worse? Imagine if you found yourself broken up with your boyfriend, unemployed and pregnant just in time for the most romantic holiday of the year: Valentine’s Day. How would you handle the pressure? Most people wouldn’t know what...

Bad Words Review: Jason Bateman is in his Prime

Bad Words is Jason Bateman‘s latest film. Bateman is not only starring in it but he also directed the film; Bateman’s first big time directorial debut. Bad Words isn’t a conventional story by any means; however, it has everything a good story and good movie, should have: suspense, comedy, drama,...

[Review] Abducted: The Ultimate Mindf*ck

Whether you are an adrenaline junky or just want a pretty girl to grab onto your arm in fear, humanity is drawn to horror films. The twisted stories keep us guessing while the sick situations entertain our darker sides. We enjoy watching every day, normal individuals unexpectedly be forced into...

The World's End Still

AND WE’RE BACK, JUST LIKE THE FIVE MUSKETEERS – “THE WORLD’S END” REVIEW

Growing up I always thought I would have the same group of friends forever. But actually I can’t think of a person who didn’t think that way either. We all have memories that we’d love the opportunity to relive. Moments that often defined a Summer or entire childhood. Moments that...

[Review] Sharknado: Everything You Never Knew You Wanted

When it comes to entertainment, people want one of two things. They either want an artistically masterpiece that leaves them in complete awe and inspires them or they want something that kills time that is better than watching the grass grow. Sharknado is going to give you a loving marriage...

[Review] Star Trek Into Darkness

  When J.J. Abrams rebooted the Star Trek series in 2009, I had hope. I had a belief that we would have a whole new series of a beloved franchaise to expose a whole new generation to Star Trek. Unfortunately, Star Trek Into Darkness doesn’t give me much hope for...