Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Movie Reviews

Love Story (1970)


By: Henry J. Fromage (Four Beers) - In 1970 Erich Segal handed over a script to Paramount Pictures that was so full of commercial appeal that they insisted he also ... Read More »

Turkish Delight (1973)


By: Henry J. Fromage (Four Beers) - Paul Verhoeven.  Just uttering the name evokes images of boundary-pushing, violent, sexy, clever studio fare just about the opposite of anything that would ... Read More »

Oculus (2014)

By: StarvinMarvinMcFly (Two Beers) – When you get down to filmmaking it’s all about inventiveness. The most time-honored stories have been around for a while but can always serve a purpose – ... Read More »

God’s Not Dead (2014) A Review by Almond Black


By: Almond Black (A Toast) - Editor’s Note: Almond Black is Adjunct professor of Film Studies at the Ted Stevens Institute of Technology.  His views are not necessarily shared by the Editing staff at ... Read More »

Draft Day (2014)


By: Amelia Solomon (Four Beers) - My only requirement before seeing Ivan Reitman’s Draft Day was that it be more enjoyable than this past year’s Super Bowl XLVIII, where the Seattle Seahawks decimated ... Read More »

Rio 2 (2014)


By: Felix Felicis (Three Beers) - Once Upon A Time… In a land far, far away there lived a wizard, and that wizard looked into the eyes of children and said “I ... Read More »

Eldorado (2012)


By: Henry J. Fromage (Six Pack) - Can a movie be bad enough to land the director in prison?  Just ask Richard Driscoll.  Oh, to be fair, there was a ... Read More »

Joe (2013)


By: Mitch Hansch (Two Beers) - I get a little irritated and defensive when people scoff at the announcement of one Nicolas Cage.  They roll their eyes, or often throw out a ... Read More »

Marvel’s Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (2013)


By: Kyle Daley (Five Beers) - Well, this is overdue.  I was originally going to do a review of the Lego Marvel movie that’s on Netflix, but I liked it so much ... Read More »

Soy Cuba (1964)


By: Henry J. Fromage (Two Beers) - In 1993, Martin Scorcese attended a private screening of a film that had escaped even his voracious film appetite up until then.  He ... Read More »