Retro Review: Millions

What would happen if innocence of a child was all of sudden faced with the responsibility and corruption of more money than he could possibly imagine? Director Danny Boyle, who also brought us “Trainspotting” and “28 Days Later”, asks that very question when a two young brothers, Anthony and Damian, come across a duffel-bag full…

Retro Review: Dear Frankie

I am not sure how many of you know about a British director named Michael Winterbottom (“Jude”, “The Claim” and “Code 46”). Well if you know him then you will know what I mean when I say that “Dear Frankie” is what would happen if Michael Winterbottom made a family film. The film explores a…

Movie Review: Abduction

Taylor Lautner is the last of the Twilight trio to expand into other films. Heck, he might even be the last one too because Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene are already lining up Hollywood features. Taylor made quite the payday when he signed up for this low-ball thriller before he had really even proven himself…

Movie Review: Tron: Legacy

Back in 1982, Tron did something no other movie could, it made world wakeup and take notice of videogame and how it’s power was sweeping pop culture. But unlike the spirit held within Tron, society wasn’t ready. Tron debuted in the middle of the summer of 1982. It placed second at the box office opening…

Retro Review: Hulk (2003)

The rage-filled green-skinned goliath looms read to tear down your local multiplex. But how is Hollywood’s latest superhero themed film? Is there room at the top of the box-office for a 12-foot angry hulk? The Hulk opens with a young Bruce Banner being afflicted by an obsession eating away at his father. His father is…