“An epic of epic epicness.”
“An intense Mel Gibson performance anchors this brutally effective crime thriller.”
The stars of the film are all great together in this action-packed shooter.
When Band of Brothers came out in 2001 it quickly became a success for HBO. The mini-series featured great acting and an inspiring story that followed the lives of Easy Company as they battled across Europe during World War II. In 2010 the same people got together and made The Pacific a mini-series about the other half of World War II.
This was a powerful documentary that goes places not often seen by the public. Without being political, the film manages to give a clear picture of the struggles of the soldiers fighting overseas.
Valentine’s Day looks at the lives of people on the most romance-filled day of the year.
The 2010 documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop is a look at the culture of underground art. Directed by the elusive Banksy, the film focuses on the eccentric Frenchman Thierry Guetta and his obsession with street art.
From Arrested Development to The Kingdom Jason Bateman has proven to be pretty versatile. Now comes The Switch starring Bateman opposite Jennifer Aniston in this comedy with a hint of romance. The movie was released in the summer of 2010 to mixed reviews and only recently did I get around to watching it. In the end I was pleasantly surprised.