Horns is based on the novel by Joe Hill. It stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ig Perrish, broken-hearted young man who is believed by everyone in town to have raped and murdered his girlfriend, Merrin Williams. Things get weird when he awakens after a night of serious drinking with horns beginning to grow out of his forehead.
Written by Keith Bunin (In Treatment) and directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes), Horns is a deeply disturbed, bleakly funny and frequently scary little film that gives Radcliffe another quality role.
I always say that it is ok for Critics to have a bias when we walk into a theater, a good movie will be good regardless of your initial opinion, a truly great movie has the ability to turn you into a fan and change your mood. To make glad you dragged yourself out to the theater. Yeah, I know people are whining and complaining about Transformers, but are people complaining about the movie or just projecting their irrational hatred and jealousy of Michael Bay onto the film? He knows his audience and delivers everything a fan of this franchise could want and more.
Ok, after five trips into middle earth, I’ve officially crossed over from being completely ambivalent about the world that JRR Jackson, I mean Director Peter Jackson created to pretty much hating it. I’ve seen film padding before, but Jackson’s nearly 3-hour The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a textbook example of the old adage that “Even the best directors need an editor,” and Jackson hardly qualifies as a “best director.” Someone at WB needs to learn how to say no to Jackson.
Steven Spielberg’s latest opus is a look inside the inner workings of what many consider the greatest American President ever – Abraham Lincoln. The trailers and the advanced publicity on this movie are very misleading. If you walk into this movie expecting a sweeping autobiographical epic, then be prepared to be slightly disappointed. What Spielberg delivers is his version of Masterpiece Theater. Continue reading →
Thor’s evil brother Loki attacks Earth with army bent on conquering it. But Nick Fury assembles the mightiest superheroes to stop the invasion. Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, Captain America, The Black Window and Hawkeye band together to stop Loki and save their planet.
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Chris Hemsworth, and Mark Ruffalo.
Directed by Joss Whedon.
Written by Joss Whedon.
Produced by Kevin Feige.
Genre: Comic Book Action Thriller. Check out all of our reviews at www.justseenit.com
Someone has started to murder based on the stories of Edgar Allen Poe. So Poe and a detective team up to stop the serial killer. But when Poe’s love is the next victim, he puts his own life on the line to save her.
Starring John Cusack, Alice Eve and Luke Evans.
Directed By James McTeigue.
Written By Ben Livingston and Hannah Shakespeare.
Produced By Marc D. Evans, Trevor Macy and Aaron Ryder.
Genre: Period Piece Horror Thriller. Check out all of our reviews at www.justseenit.com
The Five Year Engagement – Just Seen It Movie Review
Tom and Violet are engaged to be married. When Violet is offered a job in Michigan, Tom follows her, and they postpone the wedding. But their careers go in opposite directions jeopardizing their nuptials.
Starring Jason Segel, Emily Blunt and Chris Pratt.
Directed by Nicholas Stoller.
Written by Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller.
Produced By Judd Apatow, Rodney Rothman and Nicholas Stoller.
Genre: Romantic Comedy Check out all of our reviews at www.justseenit.com