Emile Hirsch

Movie Review: Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood (2019)

A breathtaking fantastical journey through the height of Hollywood’s most reputable and rebellious era is simultaneously a justified and monotonous way to describe Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood. Seeing classic views of the golden age of Tinseltown through the lens of the enigmatic and sometimes overbearing filmmaker is shocking…

Movie Review: Lone Survivor (2014)

After a disastrous last outing with “Battleship,” Peter Berg, has struck gold with his latest project based on the Navy, Lone Survivor. One part “Black Hawk Down” for patriotism and one part “Saving Private Ryan,” for viscerality, it is an extremely visual, potent film that follows four Navy SEALs who are dropped into Afghanistan to…

Movie Review: Savages (2012)

Subtlety has always been a foreign concept to Oliver Stone, even back when he was in great form, so it’s not exactly surprising when various characters make a pitiful attempt at thematic commentary by blatantly spitting out the title in Stone’s latest movie, a wobbly, wandering drug dealers vs. cartels thriller. But while a few…

Movie Trailer: Killer Joe (2011)

What some people wouldn’t do for cash. In Killer Joe dimestore drug dealer Chris puts a hit out on his mother for her life insurance policy and offers up his sister to the hitman as collateral. In his defense, though, if he doesn’t come up with some cash he’s a dead man. But maybe death…

Movie Trailer: The Darkest Hour (2011)

The second half of 2011 is seeing a resurgence of the alien invasion flick with “Attack the Block” and “Cowboys & Aliens” recently being released. Today Summit Entertainment presents to the web the trailer for the latest invasion movie, The Darkest Hour. And trust me when I tell you this one ain’t no joke. Breaking…

Movie Review: Milk (2008)

The “Twinkie Defense” (i.e., junk food made me do it) has to rank right up on top of the absurdity chart alongside the “Chewbacca Argument”. The difference between the two: the Chewbacca defense was an extraordinary concept put forth from the minds of the genius creators of South Park. The Twinkie defense, well that was…

Movie Review: Speed Racer (2008)

My husband and I have been playing a free race car game called TrackMania and we’ve become addicted. You fly off ramps, go upside down and avoid obstacles. It is fun because it is just realistic enough to be believable but novel enough to be fun. Movies have to find that same mix of novelty…

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