2 Guns. It has all the elements found in a Tarantino film: a crazy diner scene, a non-linear timeline, and a couple of bickering anti-heroes exchanging clever quips. Unfortunately, what it doesn’t have is Quentin Tarantino.
The Sapphires. This film is a lot like a cover version of a classic American hit performed by a foreign band. Just different enough to be interesting, and while not particularly original, makes up for it with a lot of energy and heart.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. We are excited to present our very first listener review. How do the Percy Jackson films stack up to the series of books they are based on? Katarina Aguilar shares her enthusiasm for the books and a few misgivings about the film adaptations.
Elysium. Just how dreary and unpleasant is this third and final post-apocalyptic film of the summer? It makes the filmmakers of Oblivion and After Earth look like a bunch of Pollyannas looking at the future through rose-tinted glasses.