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Darren Aronofsky’s decision to make a big budget Hollywood movie production of the Old Testament story of Noah and his ark was a bold one.  It was never going to please bible purists and nonbelievers are unlikely to be converted by a movie in 2014.

I can enjoy bad movies, but Sabotage is one of the most aggressively bad movies I’ve seen. There’s no heart or soul to this film, just a big empty void filled up with bile and gore.

“That was one of your weaker digressions.” When all is said and done, Nymphomaniac turns out to be a sort of “greatest hits” compilation for Lars von Trier, as he has callbacks to several of his earlier films. There is a scene in which a child

Imagine you were going to write a new YA series, but you really wanted to make an ass-load of cash and didn't really give a shit about your characters or any of that pesky stuff. Well you’d probably just steal all the cool bits and

I’m not interested in cars, or car movies, or car culture. Nothing against people who are interested in that stuff, it’s just not for me. So I went into Need for Speed expecting something terrible. Color me surprised, because Need for Speed is one of

I never watched Veronica Mars when it was on UPN (and later the CW network).  It aired from 2004 to 2007 and during those years nearly all of my TV habits revolved around watching LOST, talking about LOST and ravenously eating up all the LOST

Of all film genres, comedy has to be the hardest to succeed at.  Just take a look at the IMDb Top 250 and you’ll only find a very small handful of comedies listed.  The public consciousness is fickle when it comes to what it finds

We open on a beautiful, soothing scene. An alleyway, as rain and snow drift from the sky, musically tapping against the metal lids of trash cans. Beads of water hang from the corners of buildings, swelling, then drop. Among this harmonious setting, we catch glimpses of

Five years ago, young piano genius Tom Selznick (Elijah Wood) had a breakdown on stage while trying to play an impossible piece called “La Cinquette.” Now Tom is about to get back on stage in Chicago. He’s freaking out about it, as the shadow of his