Reviews

Critic Review

‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ displays precise and patient storytelling

July 11, 2014

Planet of the Apes is not an easy franchise to embrace. There’s the classic original Planet of the Apes and its sequels of varying quality, then there’s the terrible Tim Burton remake [...]

Animation

‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′ is Bigger and Better in Every Way

June 13, 2014

The mere mention of dragons has moviegoers foaming at the mouth like Pavlov’s dog. That’s part of the reason why How to Train Your Dragon was such a hit in 2010. Sure, [...]

Video Game Reviews

Mario Kart 8 Review – New look, same great game

June 6, 2014

Ever since the Super Nintendo, Nintendo has been putting its genre defining Kart racer once per new system. We’re up to its 8th installment now and Mario Kart 8 offers [...]

FPS

‘Wolfenstein: The New Order’ is compelling and eerily believable

May 27, 2014

In the world of first-person shooters, World War II is no stranger. It’s a story we’ve been told countless times, but what if the Nazis actually won the war? Wolfenstein: [...]

Critic Review

The X-Men finally feel familiar on big screen with ‘Days of Future Past’

May 23, 2014

The X-Men films, always felt like a compromise in one way or another. In the first film, budget was such a problem that a proper Danger Room (amongst other) scene [...]

Nintendo 3DS

Kirby: Triple Deluxe – Hefty Fun in a Cutesy Game

May 10, 2014

The Kirby series has a knack for getting sidetracked with experimental games like Epic Yarn and Mass Attack. Though good, Kirby games are best when the main focus is absorbing [...]

Critic Review

FX’s ‘Fargo’ is as good as the Coens’ masterpiece

April 15, 2014

Before I sat down with the first four episodes of FX’s limited series, Fargo, premiering April 15 at 10PM, I reacquainted myself with the 1996 Coen Brothers’ crime classic. It’s been [...]

Captain America

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Is Strongest Marvel Film Yet

April 4, 2014

I secretly desired the Marvel films to continue the tone that was set in the initial Iron Man film. Tony Stark’s war mongering and checkered past lent for a harsh [...]

Critic Review

No Heartbreak at ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

March 22, 2014

Dressed in baggy, striped prison attire, Ralph Fiennes wheels his book cart and delivers a pink box of Mendl’s sweets to one cell block. Three inmates climb down from bunk [...]

Comedy

Jason Bateman Knows His Way Around ‘Bad Words’

March 22, 2014

Jason Bateman has thrived off of playing the passive-aggressive everyman who falls victim to the type-A characters of the world, reserving his emotional outbursts to instead embodying reason, restraint and [...]

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