EVERYTHING MUST GO, Ferrell to a higher level

Looking for a shot a huge recognition in acting, Will Ferrell takes on a dramatic role in the film Everything Must Go. The deep seeded movie puts him in a setting far from his comical fame and he nails the character with aplomb. If you like drama that deals with personal problems, marriage difficulties or psychological hardships, then Everything Must Go has it all for you.

CEREMONY, A QUIRKY ROMANCER

The quirky comedy Ceremony features a great cast under the direction of first timer Max Winkler. It’s Max’s entry into the world of controlling a set, actors and final production of a film. Having written the script for Ceremony helps him pull off a nice little comedy that entertains.

THOR, AN EXCITING INTRODUCTION

Slam the hammer Thor has opened in theaters and it’s a hard-hitting CGI adventure. Packed with action and electricity, the film makes this comic book hero a reality. With the anticipated The Avengers set for May 2012 however, this film’s more of an introduction of the character than a stand-alone hit.

THERE BE DRAGONS, Torches the screen

The gripping story based on Saint Josemaria Escriva called There Be Dragons opens in theaters and it’s a must see …

SOMETHING BORROWED, Romance for the Chicks

This romance good girl bad girl story works well in Something Borrowed, but only a ‘chick’ would care.If you like your comedy with a lot of sugar and spice, then ladies this film should be desert for you.

A conversation with Michael Angarano

I spoke with actor Michael Angarano who was touring on behalf of his new film Ceremony. Michael has had a very good career thus far appearing in big budget films like Almost Famous with Kate Hudson and Seabiscuit with Jeff Bridges to modest budget movies like Lords of Dogtown with Heath Ledger and Snow Angels directed by David Gordon Green.

PROM, A SWEET FOR THE SWEET

It’s that time of the year for the senior dance expecting to enhance memories of friendships, puppy love and dreams of being a mature adult. Yes it’s the Prom and Disney’s new movie knows how to make it PG with some new faces and a display of morals fit for Middle America and the Bible belt.

FAST FIVE, IN HYPERDRIVE

The action thriller Fast Five with its hot rod theme leaves the past four episodes in the dust. High on energy, exhilarating plot and amazing chase scenes make this a must see adrenaline pumper. The opening ten minutes are so wild it took my breath away.