Category Archive: Mystery

Parkland

Rating: Parkland is a film that forces you to remember that which you would rather forget.

The East

Rating: How can domestic terrorists be the good guys? See The East and find out.

Trance (2013)

Rating: Even an average Danny Boyle film is worth seeing either in the theater or at home. You never really know where anyone stands, and it completely captures you from the beginning, like… Continue reading

Oblivion (2013)

Rating: In the words of my 14-year old grandson, Connor, and his friend Dylan, “We both kinda liked it, but we didn’t understand any of it.”

Stoker

Rating: Bram Stoker wrote the horror classic “Dracula” in 1897. We may not have vampires in this film, but we clearly have some of his relatives.

Total Recall

A preposterous film that works if you can morph into a 21-year old boy while sitting in the theater.

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

While it has its moments, its nomination for Oscar’s Best Picture defies reasonable explanation.

The Adventures of Tintin

Not nearly as good as this year’s Rango, though far more entertaining than Scorcese’s Hugo.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

It might be 2012, but from a political standpoint we should really remember the 1950’s.

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