Reviews: Gone Girl (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

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Reviews: Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

hector_and_the_search_for_happinessReviews for this film from our members:

  • [New - 9/25/14] | Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ SpiritualityandPractice.com
    • Excerpt: A snappy and satisfying adult parable about a therapist’s quest to find the meaning of life.
  • [New - 9/26/14] | Sarah Gopaul @ Digital Journal
    • Excerpt: ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’ is a yuppie’s humorous escape from life’s responsibilities in the guise of a research trip to investigate an abstract idea.
  • [New - 8/15/14] | MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
    • Excerpt: A rich white man tours the misery of others to learn about happiness. Yes, it is as offensive as it sounds.
  • [New - 9/26/14] | Ben Kendrick @ Screen Rant
    • Excerpt: ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’ includes laughs and relatable drama but struggles to find successful balance between engaging journeys and thought-provoking destinations.
  • [New - 9/26/14] | Tom Santilli @ Examiner.com
    • Excerpt: I had little patience for Hector and the Search for Happiness and its manipulations, despite liking Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike and having been drawn in by the film’s first 20 minutes or so.

Reviews: Jimi: All Is By My Side (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

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Reviews: Left Behind (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

left_behindReviews for this film from our members:

  • Nicholas Bell @ IONCINEMA.com
    • Excerpt: The end of times is here again with Left Behind, heralded by the presence of Nicolas Cage as a faithless pilot, sputtering about in the continued Humpty Dumpty phase of his grimacing career.
  • Kevin Carr @ 7M Pictures
    • Excerpt: It’s preachy, it’s dull, the characters are one-dimensional and no one acts remotely realistically. In the end, “Left Behind” scares me for the End of Days because it’s the most boring version of the Rapture I could have ever imagined.
  • Mark Dujsik @ Mark Reviews Movies
    • Excerpt: [T]he movie is just too silly, roundabout, and bungling to feel anything other than a little pity for it.
  • Susan Granger @ www.susangranger.com
    • Excerpt: Faith-driven audiences deserve better…
  • [New - 10/23/14] | Vadym Grygoriev @ kinoblog.com [Ukrainian]
  • Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
    • Excerpt: What is Nicolas Cage doing in this movie? Check out the movie poster and look at his face; even he has no idea how he wound up headlining such an awful film, even by his recent low standards.
  • Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer
    • Excerpt: Top Ten Signs that Nic Cage is the Rapture

Reviews: Pride (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

prideReviews for this film from our members:

  • Nicholas Bell @ IONCINEMA.com
  • Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
    • Excerpt: Pride fashions a narrative much in the way a powerful sports movie works. It creates a David and Goliath story and invites you to cheer for the underdog.
  • MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
    • Excerpt: One of the rare movies that gets absolutely everything right, bursting with happy-tears emotion about solidarity, friendship, and smashing bigotry.
  • Darren Mooney @ the m0vie blog
    • Excerpt: A great deal of…
  • [New - 10/23/14] | Jonathan Richards @ www.jonrichardsplace.com
    • Excerpt: Pride is sneaky-good. It’s not groundbreaking in any way, but it’s uplifting and packs a pertinent point, all the while wrapped in the garment of an old-fashioned British working-class comedy.
  • Cole Smithey @ ColeSmithey.com
    • Excerpt: All attempts fail at forcing a by-the-numbers narrative template on a fact-based story about unlikely bedfellows uniting against Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s mid ’80s reign of anti-union and anti-gay rhetoric and public policies.
  • [New - 10/23/14] | Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
    • Excerpt: A film that deals with serious matters, but does so in a way that makes it an irresistible crowd-pleaser.
  • David Upton @ So So Gay
    • Excerpt: One scene, a quiet scene involving the making of the most weakly flavoured sandwiches you may ever see, typifies the film’s wonderfully observed character interactions, putting together two characters we’ve barely seen interact but know have a deep history (it’s hard to avoid in a village this tight-knit) for a gentle revelation that lies at the heart of the film’s understanding of the world.

Reviews: To Be Takei (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

to_be_takeiReviews for this film from our members:

  • [New - 8/22/14] | William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline
    • Excerpt: If you don’t know George Takei, and you will never be asked to come over to his house for tea and a pleasant conversation, then To Be Takei is probably the next best thing.
  • [New - 8/21/14] | Kristy Puchko @ CinemaBlend.com
    • Excerpt: To Be Takei is radiant with the joy of the man has captured the hearts and imaginations of untold fans. It left me smiling ear to ear, and with some serious food for thought.
  • [New - 10/2/14] | Francis Rizzo III @ DVDTalk.com
    • Excerpt: George Takei is more than Sulu and “Oh my”
  • [New - 9/4/14] | Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema
    • Excerpt: For those who only know Takei as Sulu, the documentary To Be Takei comes as sort of a cold water treatment. It is a history lesson, the fascinating story of a man who fought a personal battle on three fronts, as an Asian, as an actor, and as an activist for gay rights.
  • [New - 8/28/14] | Jordan M. Smith @ IONCINEMA.com
    • Excerpt: With To Be Takei, director Jennifer M. Kroot compounds the actor’s life and career into a 94 minute portrait of virtuous celebrity, glorifying the man’s faith in humanity while reluctant to give any real critique of his public or private persona.

Reviews: The Two Faces of January (2014)

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Published on: October 2, 2014

two_faces_of_januaryReviews for this film from our members:

  • [New - 10/23/14] | Dragan Antulov @ FAK [Croatian]
    • Excerpt: Nastojanja da se nostalgicnoj publici previše doslovno izade u susret gotovo u pravilu dovode do razocaranja.
  • José Arce @ LaButaca.net [Spanish]
    • Excerpt: Adaptación bastante sosa de la novela de Patricia Highsmith en la que la emoción brilla por su ausencia. Poca química general en una producción en la que lo más destacado es su catálogo textil y de complementos para lucir bajo el sol europeo.
  • Carlos del Río @ El rincón de Carlos del Río [Spanish]
    • Excerpt: Las dos caras de enero tiene buenas interpretaciones (aunque Mortensen es demasiado joven para el papel, e Isaac demasiado mayor), visualmente es elegante, llena de planos muy bien compuestos y bonitos, pero Dios mío, qué poca tensión tiene y qué aburrida es.
  • Roderick Heath @ This Island Rod
    • Excerpt: This remains too much in thrall to its own classiness and literate poise.
  • Daniel Kelly @ Danland
    • Excerpt: “The Two Faces of January” could be discredited as derivative or slow, but Amini has a knack for timing his pay-offs, cultivating a milieu possessed by maleficence .
  • Stacia Kissick Jones @ She Blogged By Night
  • Simon Miraudo @ Quickflix
  • Betty Jo Tucker @ ReelTalk Movie Reviews
    • Excerpt: An elegant thriller filled with exquisite suspense.

The Grab Bag (Sep. 30, 2014)

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Published on: September 30, 2014

OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.

Best of Lists

11 Great Date Movies on Netflix

William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline

Top 10 Scottish Films

Jennie Kermode @ Eye For Film

Interviews

Anthony Stacchi & Graham Annable on The Boxtrolls

William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline

  • Excerpt: The directors of The Boxtrolls explain the origin of the film’s most terrible pun.

Antoine Fuquar

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

  • Excerpt: Stefan Pape interviews The Equalizer director Antoine Fuquar.

Ben Miller

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

  • Excerpt: Stefan Pape interviews British comedy actor Ben Miller on What We Did On Our Holiday.

Charles Band on Full Moon Features

William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline

  • Excerpt: Join Charles Band, the director of Trancers and producer of the hit Puppet Master franchise, as he gets grilled by hosts William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold in the hallowed halls of the Full Moon offices, right next to Los Angeles’s historic Skid Row. You can really hear the sirens!

Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

  • Excerpt: Stefan Pape interviews writers and directors Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton on What We Did On Our Holiday.

Isaac Hempstead Wright on The Boxtrolls

William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline

  • Excerpt: The ‘Game of Thrones’ star explains particle physics and says working with Sir Ben Kingsley was terrifying.

Mia Hansen-Løve (Eden)

Jordan M. Smith @ IONCINEMA.com

Mike Cahill

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

  • Excerpt: Stefan Pape interviews director Mike Cahill on his sophomore feature, I Origins.

Rosamund Pike

Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys

  • Excerpt: Stefan Pape interviews Rosamund Pike on What We Did On Our Holiday, and Gone Girl.

Season of Mists: Markuus Blunder on Autumn Blood

Jennie Kermode @ Eye For Film

Festivals: General Coverage

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Happy Birthday: Jesse Hessenger

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Published on: September 30, 2014

OFCS member Jesse Hassenger celebrates his birthday today, September 30. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: The L Magazine and Pop Matters.

Happy Birthday: Jim Dixon

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OFCS member Jim Dixon celebrates his birthday today, September 30. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Examiner.

Classics and Other Films on DVD (Sep. 29, 2014)

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Here are our latest reviews of films on DVD.

Reviews of Classic Films

Dragonwyck

Kristen Lopez @ Journeys in Classic Film

The Innocents

Tony Dayoub @ Cinema Viewfinder

  • Excerpt: Disquieting, if not necessarily horrifying, THE INNOCENTS is a psychosexual take on THE TURN OF THE SCREW.

Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Gregory J. Smalley @ 366 Werid Movies

  • Excerpt: Wes Anderson’s most interesting and strangest movie.

Macbeth (1971)

Tony Dayoub @ Cinema Viewfinder

  • Excerpt: 1971’s MACBETH is one of Polanski’s most unjustly maligned movies, perhaps because of its unapologetic wallowing in dark themes coming so closely after the murder of Polanski’s wife Sharon Tate by the Manson Family. That it was Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s first and ultimately only venture into cinema may have been another reason.

Picnic at Hanging Rock

Gregory J. Smalley @ 366 Werid Movies

  • Excerpt: This gauzy meditation on sexual repression and loss can have a hypnotic effect on those susceptible to its mysterious moods, while others find it an inconclusive bore. Both sides have an argument, but in general, the good here outweighs the bland.

Recent Home Video Releases

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Happy Birthday: Stefan Pape

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Published on: September 29, 2014

OFCS member Stefan Pape celebrates his birthday today, September 29. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Hey U Guys, Cosmopolitan, Cine-Vue and Film Uforia.

Happy Birthday: Matthew McKernan

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Published on: September 29, 2014

OFCS member Matthew McKernan celebrates his birthday today, September 29. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Film Whinge and Subtitled Online.

Happy Birthday: Maitland McDonagh

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Published on: September 29, 2014

OFCS member Maitland McDonagh celebrates her birthday today, September 29. Please help us congratulate her and wish her well.

You can visit her website: Film Journal and Miss Flick Chick.

Happy Birthday: Josh Spiegel

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Published on: September 28, 2014

OFCS member Josh Spiegel celebrates his birthday today, September 28. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Sound on Sight.

Happy Birthday: Marina Antunes

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Published on: September 28, 2014

OFCS member Marina Antunes celebrates her birthday today, September 28. Please help us congratulate her and wish her well.

You can visit her website: Marina Antunes and Row Three.

This Week at the Movies, Part 2 (Sep. 26-28, 2014)

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Published on: September 27, 2014

Because of embargoes (those happy little restrictions on when critics can post reviews, good or bad), a lot of our critics aren’t able to share links with you until release day. Here are some last-minute reviews for this weekend’s upcoming films. We’ve kept in all the reviews posted yesterday as well so you can have more help in deciding what to see (if you haven’t already).

Our critics have been hard at work reviewing the latest films. Here is a look at what’s coming out this weekend (in select cities, check your local listings) and what else may be in theaters right now.

Opening: September 26-28, 2014

Wide (United States)

The Boxtrolls

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The Equalizer

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Limited (United States)

Believe Me

[New Today] James Jay Edwards @ FilmFracture

  • Excerpt: ‘Believe Me’ Entertains, Informs, And Enlightens, Without Anyone Realizing It

[New Today] MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com

  • Excerpt: Not your typical Christian film: it dares to question the money-making machine that is evangelicalism. But it doesn’t dare question Christianity itself.

Lilting

[New Today] Nicholas Bell @ IONCINEMA.com

The Little Bedroom

[New Today] Nicholas Bell @ IONCINEMA.com

Pride

[New Today] Nicholas Bell @ IONCINEMA.com

The Song

Mike McGranaghan @ The Aisle Seat

  • Excerpt: Press materials for The Song describe it as “the sexiest faith-based movie ever.” While that’s technically true, it’s also an incredibly low bar to clear.

The Two Faces of January

[New Today] Roderick Heath @ This Island Rod

  • Excerpt: This remains too much in thrall to its own classiness and literate poise.

[New Today] Stacia Kissick Jones @ She Blogged By Night

2014 Films In Theaters Now In Select Areas

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This Week at the Movies, Part 1 (Sep. 26-28, 2014)

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Published on: September 26, 2014

Our critics have been hard at work reviewing the latest films. Here is a look at what’s coming out this weekend (in select cities, check your local listings) and what else may be in theaters right now.

Opening: September 26-28, 2014

Wide (United States)

The Boxtrolls

For member reviews of this film, follow this link

The Equalizer

For member reviews of this film, follow this link

Limited (United States)

The Song

Mike McGranaghan @ The Aisle Seat

  • Excerpt: Press materials for The Song describe it as “the sexiest faith-based movie ever.” While that’s technically true, it’s also an incredibly low bar to clear.

2014 Films In Theaters Now In Select Areas

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Reviews: The Boxtrolls (2014)

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Published on: September 25, 2014

boxtrollsReviews for this film from our members:

  • William Bibbiani @ CraveOnline
    • Excerpt: If Coraline and ParaNorman feel as cluttered as Henry Darger’s fabled apartment, The Boxtrolls feels like a junk drawer in Terry Gilliam’s office. It’s full of bizarre creations, whimsical notions and strange half-cocked ideas, but they don’t quite come together as a single entity.
  • Billy Donnelly @ This Is Infamous
  • Mark Dujsik @ Mark Reviews Movies
    • Excerpt: The Boxtrolls is a strange little movie in love with its strangeness.
  • Sarah Gopaul @ Digital Journal
    • Excerpt: In the stunning stop-motion animation ‘The Boxtrolls,’ the title characters may look evil, but the real monsters are revealed to be the ambitious and greedy townspeople.
  • Susan Granger @ www.susangranger.com
    • Excerpt: Spooky and surreal, it’s an emotionally resonant, steampunk fantasy.
  • Steven Greydanus @ National Catholic Register
    • Excerpt: When a soulless corporate product like Planes: Fire and Rescue sputters, it’s barely worth a shrug. When a handcrafted labor of love like The Boxtrolls goes bad, it’s a tragedy.
  • Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
    • Excerpt: It pains me to say this, but Boxtrolls is a charmless, tedious bore. It’s hampered by stock characters that fail to enchant.
  • Travis Hopson @ Examiner
    • Excerpt: What Laika is able to accomplish on a technical level is to be admired as much as their social concerns, but The Boxtrolls just doesn’t resonate in quite the way we’re used to from them.
  • MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
    • Excerpt: There’s a fine line between baroque and grotesque… and The Boxtrolls crosses it. Here is a film that actively makes you want to look away.
  • Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
    • Excerpt: The Boxtrolls is a gorgeous film showing off an original story and introduces us to a new world full of wonderful characters.
  • Jeremy Kibler @ The Artful Critic
    • Excerpt: As a comedy of manners and little, sharp-toothed gremlins making the most unconventional familial unit, “The Boxtrolls” has imagination, heart, morals and a mind that thinks outside of, if you will, the box from homogenized animated fare.
  • Kristy Puchko @ Cinema Blend
    • Excerpt: Lush with texture, details, and jokes, The Boxtroll is a feast for the eyes as well as a jaunty ride. Between its lively and colorful world, its rousing story, adorable heroes, willful silliness and daring The Boxtrolls isn’t just a superb movie for the whole family, it’s the best animated film of the year.
  • [New - 10/9/14] | Tiago Ramos @ Split Screen [Portuguese]
  • Tom Santilli @ Examiner.com
    • Excerpt: This isn’t the best animated film of the year (sorry, The Lego Movie still holds that title for me), but this is effective, entertaining and enjoyable family fare, even if its not all that ground-breaking.
  • c Smithey @ ColeSmithey.com
    • Excerpt: This animated 3D children’s picture is as clumsy, tone-deaf, and useless as they come.
  • Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
    • Excerpt: Though it’s more than a mite chilly emotionally, it compensates with some understated British wit and a typically good moral.
  • Andrew Wyatt @ St. Louis Magazine
    • Excerpt: Laika’s third feature film generally lives up to its antecedents in terms of visual splendor, ghoulish wit, and thematic sophistication.

Reviews: The Equalizer (2014)

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Published on: September 25, 2014

equalizerReviews for this film from our members:

  • [New - 10/9/14] | José Arce @ LaButaca.net [Spanish]
    • Excerpt: Denzel Washington es el principio y el fin de una película de justicieros a la antigua usanza, lenta y preparatoria primero, ultraviolenta cuando llega el momento. Buena propuesta, aunque igual pesada para algunos.
  • Jason Bailey @ Flavorwire
    • Excerpt: Writer Richard Wenk and director Antoine Fuqua apparently fancied this some kind of a junior ‘Taxi Driver,’ but, y’know, if Travis Bickle were just a chill, wise man of action. It’s morally bankrupt and aggressively stupid, but hey, at least it’s way too fucking long.
  • Daniel Carlson @ Movie Mezzanine
  • Tony Dayoub @ Cinema Viewfinder
    • Excerpt: Fuqua reunites with his ‘Training Day’ star Denzel Washington and further strips down a premise that’s already pretty spare to begin with. What’s left is so thin and empty, a cloud of vapor would feel more substantial in comparison.
  • Jim Dixon @ Examiner.com
    • Excerpt: Washington’s undeniable star presence gives this all a little more gravitas than the script probably deserves. The result may be cartoonish, but entertaining at least. Does it need to be said that the denouement sets up for a sequel?
  • Billy Donnelly @ This Is Infamous
  • Mark Dujsik @ Mark Reviews Movies
    • Excerpt: [T]he buildup is superior to the payoff.
  • Sarah Gopaul @ Digital Journal
    • Excerpt: Denzel Washington is ‘The Equalizer,’ a vigilante confined to a tiresome narrative in which he tries to eradicate crime from his Boston neighbourhood.
  • Susan Granger @ www.susangranger.com
    • Excerpt: Despite its formulaic structure/plot, Denzel Washington challengers Liam Neeson as the new aging action hero.
  • Vadym Grygoriev @ kinoblog.com [Ukrainian]
  • Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
    • Excerpt: As Denzel preyed upon the villians in the dark, I felt I was watching a slasher film. You know things have gone horribly wrong when you start to feel sorry for the bad guys.
  • Travis Hopson @ Examiner
    • Excerpt: Even if there aren’t many surprises The Equalizer is one kick-ass film from start to finish.
  • Blake Howard @ Graffiti With Punctuation
  • MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
    • Excerpt: Yet another artifact of the long stagnation of Hollywood, which has been remaking the same movies over and over and over again for the past 30 years.
  • Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
    • Excerpt: The script is top-notch, the score is impressive, the acting is effective, all in all, The Equalizer is a great action thriller.
  • Jeremy Kibler @ The Artful Critic
    • Excerpt: The Equalizer is still just a revenge picture—a very, very violent and stylish one—but helps create the illusion that it’s more than just Denzel Washington teaching corrupt pigs lessons, kicking Russian mob ass and not wasting time to take names. Even as just that, it’s a blast.
  • Kristin Dreyer Kramer @ NightsAndWeekends.com
  • Brent McKnight @ Beyond Hollywood
    • Excerpt: while there’s nothing particularly interesting happening on the surface level of “The Equalizer,” a subtext of strangeness runs below the action, and hanging over the top there’s such an insane, action genre one-upsmanship going on that it’s difficult not to be engage and even harder to look away.
  • Ryan McNeil @ The Matinee
    • Excerpt: Is there anything more disappointing in this world than a broken promise?
  • Ross Miller @ Thoughts On Film
    • Excerpt: At its heart it’s an action thriller and a leaner approach might have helped it make more of a more memorable mark. Nevertheless there’s enough going on in this solidly made, slickly presented film to keep both Washington and action thriller fans engaged.
  • Darren Mooney @ the m0vie blog
    • Excerpt: All things being equal…
  • Pat Mullen @ Cinemablographer
    • Excerpt: The Equalizer suggests that the line between a “Denzel Washington film” and a “Liam Neeson movie” is slowly becoming a fine one.
  • Stefan Pape @ HeyUGuys
    • Excerpt: While affectionate in its conventionality, this film grows absurd and nonsensical, saved from being a complete disaster only by the engaging, charismatic Denzel Washington.
  • Jason Pirodsky @ Expats.cz
    • Excerpt: The Equalizer is the kind of film that ends with the hero casually strolling home with a bag of groceries after slaughtering hundreds of bad guys, and we’re supposed to breathe a sigh of relief. Two hours of nonstop bloodshed is, apparently, exactly the right amount to ensure that peace wins out in the end.
  • Jerry Roberts @ Armchair Cinema
    • Excerpt: Denzel Washington in a remake of “The Toolbox Murders.”
  • Frank Swietek @ One Guys Opinion
    • Excerpt: Seems to beg for a ‘used’ label, not primarily because it’s based on an old TV show, but because it stubbornly embraces the tired tropes of every dumb action movie Hollywood’s ever made.

Reviews: Honeymoon (2014)

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Reviews: My Old Lady (2014)

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Published on: September 25, 2014

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Happy Birthday: James Berardinelli

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Published on: September 25, 2014

OFCS member James Berardinelli celebrates his birthday today, September 25. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Reel Views.

Happy Birthday: Calum Marsh

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Published on: September 24, 2014

OFCS member Calum Marsh celebrates his birthday today, September 24. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: Film.com, Esquire and Village Voice.

Happy Birthday: John P. McCarthy

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Published on: September 24, 2014

OFCS member John P. McCarthy celebrates his birthday today, September 24. Please help us congratulate him and wish him well.

You can visit his website: America Magazine and Catholic News.

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