It becomes an exercise in frustration watching the Transformers go at it again. It's like, they never learn. There's an overwhelming sense of deja vu coming from the plot beats mixed with annoyance at the jarring and pace-breaking reliance on comedic bits. It also doesn't help that the production suffers from its driven decision to... Continue Reading →
Crash and Burn — The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Review
The seeds of rebellion against President Coriolanus Snow's rule are plainly and brashly evident as Everdeen and Mellark embark on a tour of all the districts in a display of government ambassadorship.
The Hunger Games Review
Let's get to the point -- yes, it's good. It's good in so many ways, and for so many different reasons. The Hunger Games as a movie (I have not read the book) does what so many movies based on popular things forget to do -- stick to the essential script. There seems to be a healthy... Continue Reading →