By Mark Saldana Rating: 3.5 (Out of 4 Stars) Based on the fairy tales Jack the Giant Killer and Jack and the Bean Stalk, director Bryan Singer and screenwriters Darren Lemke, Christopher McQuarrie, Dan Studney and David Dobkin bring to the big screen a fun and exciting reinterpretation of these stories.  Singer, his writers, cast… Continue reading Review: JACK THE GIANT SLAYER

Review: 21 AND OVER

By Laurie Coker Rating: F- The Hangover films stopped appealing to me after the first installment, American Pie was only good with the first slice, and there should be no sequel for Bridesmaids (or copycat for that matter), and all for good reason. We have no limit on college party-fest films, like Animal House, Super… Continue reading Review: 21 AND OVER

Review: 21 & OVER

By Mark Saldana Rating: 2.5 (Out of 4 Stars) From Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, the writers of The Change-Up and The Hangover movies, comes their directorial debut, which actually feels like a college age version of The Hangover, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and a lot of other intoxicated, debauchery tales that… Continue reading Review: 21 & OVER

Review: SNITCH

By Mark Saldana  Rating: 3 (Out of 4 Stars) In a really strange case of miscasting, actor Dwayne Johnson portrays an out- of- his element, wussy, but desperate father willing to do just about anything to get his son out of prison.  Yes, seriously, the massive former wrestler-turned actor here plays John Matthews, a businessman… Continue reading Review: SNITCH


By Renee’ Collins Rating: 2 (Out of 5 Reels) I really didn’t know what this film was about based after viewing the trailer but I thought I would give it a try anyway because sometimes I am pleasantly surprised as recently with Warm Bodies. This film is a supernatural love story set in the South,… Continue reading Review: BEAUTIFUL CREATURES


By Renee’ Collins Rating: 1 (Out of 5 Reels) All I wanted was this latest John McClane (Bruce Willis) installment to be as decent and entertaining as the last, unfortunately we don’t always get what we want. McClane Sr. travels to Russia to help out his seemingly wayward son, Jack (Jai Courtney), only to discover… Continue reading Review: A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD