Abraham Lincoln was a hell of a president, and this year he’s being treated as such. In 2012 alone he’s had two movies dedicated to his life. The first, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” was a mostly fictional account (I think) about the president’s tireless campaign against undead bloodsuckers. The second, Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” (opening wide this week), takes a more factual approach to his life, focusing on the last four… Continue reading 'Lincoln' Review: The Pros And Cons Of The Presidential Flick
“You know I’ve often wondered why it is we have children and the conclusion I’ve come to is we want someone to get it right this time. But not me. Personally, speaking I can’t wait to watch life tear you apart,” begins a terrifying Nicole Kidman in the new trailer for “Stoker.”
“Oldboy” director Park Chan-wook follows a young girl, India, (Mia Wasikowska) who has recently lost her father “by a… Continue reading 'Stoker' Trailer: Nicole Kidman Flick Is The Stuff Of Nightmares (VIDEO)
My family has been a fan of the “Ice Age” movies since they first came out, but none of us think of the animated prehistoric adventures as educational. That would be dangerous, considering how blatantly the films have disregarded the basic timeline of evolution.
The movies, particularly 2009′s “Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” are riddled with scientific inaccuracies — and you don’t have to be an aspiring paleontologist to… Continue reading 'Ice Age 4': How Accurate Is The Animated Flick?