Waiting for Anya has little to do with Anya, but everything to do with bravery, selflessness, and the sanctity of human life.
Often, history books covering WWII include gruesome pictures of Holocaust prison camps, survivors, etc., but rarely do they speak to the quieter European sectors that [...]
Brothers of the Wind is a scenic and beautifully filmed movie focusing on the story of a boy named Lukas (Manuel Camacho), whose mother tragically died. He feels the pain of loneliness as his father (Tobias Moretti) is distant and withdrawn from him. But Lukas discovers a young eagle and takes it [...]
This is an escapism film and the pace is fast and furious at times. Not long into the movie, the heist is pulled off seemingly without a hitch. However, an unexpected witness throws a wrench into the plan. The acting is convincing with Columbus Short playing Ty Hackett, an Iraq War veteran who [...]
Inspector Clouseau is back (Steve Martin) in his second turn in a "Pink Panther" movie. The film definitely has its moments of humor, most of them as a result of the bumbling inspector. When some new members (known as the Dream Team) join his force to find the criminal known as Tornado, they want [...]
Deuce Bigalow is a poor attempt at humor. This film is intentionally politically incorrect in every way imaginable. When reviewing movies, it is our custom here to list the offensive language. Well, I am going to save you from a lengthy list of words and phrases and just say that their were over [...]
Films that feature visitors from a different time have been a source of humor and adventure throughout Hollywood’s history, ("The Time Machine," "Visit To a Small Planet," "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court," "Time Bandits"). These films grabbed us because we immediately questioned [...]