Amber Heard

Movie Trailer: Justice League (2017)

DC is making a splash at Comic-Con this year dropping a “Wonder Woman” tease as well as quick look at Justice League. This particular tease is light on the plot, but it does do a good job introducing most of the new heroes that will comprise the superhero squad. I say most of because Aquaman…

Movie Review: One More Time (2015)

For the sake of curiosity, the only selling point that angsty indie drama One More Time appears to boast is its depiction of Christopher Walken and Amber Heard of all people as father and daughter. That’s an odd pairing right there and while Walken’s shtick is one of the most famous in the business, he’s…

Movie Review: The Danish Girl (2015)

The story of Danish painter Einar Wegener’s transition into Lili Elbe seems tailor-made for cinematic examination. There’s a physical aspect that can be attended to visually as Lili (Eddie Redmayne, Oscar winner for “The Theory of Everything”) comes to the external forefront when Einar begins wearing dresses and wigs. And there’s a deeply internal aspect…

Movie Review: Machete Kills (2013)

I was always told that if there isn’t a lot to write about a subject, don’t tax the reader by padding out an article. Nothing could be truer of this advice than my review of the newest release, Machete Kills. I suppose some folks are going to criticize this critique because I do not appreciate…

Movie Review: Paranoia (2013)

When one titles a film using a human emotion or condition (i.e., “Frantic” or “Frenzy” or “Psycho” or “Vertigo“), the bar needs to be set fairly high. In the case of Paranoia, however, that bar could not possibly get any lower. And despite starring several Academy Award-caliber performers (previous nominees Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman,…

Movie Trailer: Machete Kills (2013)

Never before has a title of a film been more descriptive of what it’s about as Machete Kills. Yep, just like “Machete” before it, Danny Trejo dices, hacks and stabs his way through everyone. But now since B-Movie Grindhouse is apparently in vogue again, some big names like Mel Gibson and the now red-hot Michelle…

Movie Review: The Rum Diary (2011)

Hunter S. Thompson was an acclaimed author and journalist, though as memorable as his literature is, he also has a legacy for his lifelong love of alcohol, mescaline, LSD, and cocaine. And on February 20, 2005, when the drugs stopped supplying happiness, he shot himself to death. The suicide note read: “No More Games. No…

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