Posts Tagged ‘Edwin Vazquez’

FURY Movie Review

 Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead. While writer/director David Ayer (END OF WATCH) is known for modern, gritty, hard hitting films, they haven’t always resonated with the box office. Ayer deviates from his modern tradition with...


THE EQUALIZER Movie Review

Ah, THE EQUALIZER. Now unless you are over thirty, you probably have no idea what a Equalizer is. THE EQUALIZER was a show in the mid-late 80’s about a retired british intelligence agent (Edward Woodward) who solves A-Team t...


LUCY Movie Review

Warning: Spoilers Ahead. While Luc Besson (THE FAMILY) has some impressive writer/director credits to his name, such as THE FIFTH ELEMENT and LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL, he is certainly very well known for his stand alone writing c...



HBO’s GAME OF THRONES Season 4 Review

Be warned, spoilers are coming!! Alright, confession time. I never read any of the “A Song of Ice and Fire” books by George R. R. Martin that HBO’s GAME OF THRONES is based upon. Sure I would like to, but I fe...


THOR: THE DARK WORLD Movie Review

Marvel Studio’s steady march to THE AVENGERS sequel continues with THOR: THE DARK WORLD, the second film in the Norse god’s stand alone franchise.  While it has a different director and team of writers than THOR, fans have...


MAN OF STEEL Movie Review

MAN OF STEEL was not only my #1 most anticipated summer blockbuster of 2013, but also served as the film I wanted to see most this year (even beating out PACIFIC RIM!). So as you can imagine, my expectations were pretty damn hi...



FAST & FURIOUS 6 Movie Review

The FAST & FURIOUS series has always been the definitive “guilty pleasure” film series for myself. Yes I have seen each and every one of them in theaters, and yes I have enjoyed aspects of all of them enough to ...


THE GREAT GATSBY Movie Review

What do you get when you combine the most famous writer of the Jazz Age with one of the most visually provocative directors in Hollywood? A film adaptation of THE GREAT GATSBY that is just as roaring as the 1920s it was written...


IRON MAN 3 Movie Review

In IRON MAN 3 we get to see a different, yet well known, side to Tony Stark, namely the crazed, emotionally unstable side. Now typically, as far as the comics go, this side is usually brought out through his extreme alcoholism,...



PAIN & GAIN Movie Review

Wow. I feel really guilty about this film.  And the fact that it is directed by Michael Bay has nothing to do with it. Let’s clear the air first: I am not one of those fanboys who adamantly cries “Betrayal!” ...


OBLIVION Movie Review

OBLIVION, starring the one and only Tom Cruise (JACK REACHER), is a visual masterpiece that treats its audience to dozens of beautiful and fun moments, that while feeling familiar at times, creates a wonderful movie-going exper...


Nerd Rants: Foreign Films Americanized Much Too Soon

Once again I find myself in a ranting mood, but this time my ire is with a long standing Hollywood tradition rather than a single work of film. Hollywood has long tolerated the practice of remaking recent foreign films for Amer...