Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Lawless (2012) - Movie Review

I will be the first to tell you that I am not a fan of Shia LaBeouf. To be honest, I'm not even sure how to pronounce his name. When I saw that he was going to play the starring role in a movie that features Guy Pearce, Jessica Chastain, Gary Oldman, and Tom Hardy my first thought was that I might get to see Bane kick the crap out of Sam Witwicky for two hours. No such luck.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Hit and Run (2012) - Movie Review

Writer, co-director, and lead actor Dax Shepard has put together an entertaining road trip comedy that is full of high speed chases and outrageous moments. Theaters would be wise to install seat belts in every auditorium this movie is showing as audiences will have a hard time containing themselves from jumping out of their seats from excitement or falling out of them from laughing so hard.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Iron Sky - Movie Review

"The world is sick...and we are the doctors."

Yes, folks the Nazi's are back and making another attempt at taking over the world! This time they are launching an attack from their hidden base on the dark side of the moon using technology they have developed for over 70 years and an army that has been preparing just as long.

Monday, August 20, 2012

2 Days In New York - Movie Review

Julie Delpy is the writer, director, and star of "2 Days in New York" which is a sequel to her 2007 effort "2 Days in Paris". This movie takes a look at how relationships and dysfunctional families can come crashing in to one another by taking a peek in to the lives of a New York couple during a very interesting point in their lives.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

The Expendables 2 - Movie Review

The sequel to 2010's "The Expendables" has no shortage of gunfire, explosions, stabbings, kicks to the face, and witty banter and with a roster full of action stars unlike anything you've ever seen before, audiences will have a hard time walking away disappointed.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Sparkle - Movie Review

"Sparkle" was directed by Salim Akil and stars Jordin Sparks, Derek Luke, Carmen Ejogo, and the one and only Whitney Houston who is also credited as executive producer. Set in 1960's Detroit during the heyday of the Motown sound, this is a movie about one girl's dream of becoming a singing star, the sisters that join her in pursuit of that dream, and the mother that will do everything she can to keep her girls from making the same mistakes she made during her time in the business.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

TwoOhSix Picks: Video Releases for August 15th

Here's our picks from this week's list of home video releases that you will definitely want to check out.

Monday, August 13, 2012

The Odd Life of Timothy Green - Movie Review

If you know Disney at all, you understand how the movies they produce tend to be heart warming stories which have at least a little magic in them. "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" follows this path in a very literal fashion as a couple who thought they may never have a child of their own is given the opportunity to meet a very special boy that will change their lives forever.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Bourne Legacy - Movie Review

The latest installment in the Bourne series picks up roughly where the last one left off, but takes the intensity, espionage, and depth of the story to a whole new level. Writer/director Tony Gilroy, who was also a writer on all three of the previous films, was in a perfect position to broaden the scope and background of the super secret government program that created super soldiers through biological enhancements.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

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X-Men: First Class - Movie Review

With Matthew Vaughn taking over the X-Men franchise, people were wondering what to expect from the man most people only knew as the guy who had directed "Kick-Ass" which, to me is one of the best super her movies ever made. If nothing else, audience could be assured that this would be a whole new direction for the mutant anti-heroes.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Total Recall (2012) - Movie Review

Everyone is familiar with the original Total Recall which featured Arnold Schwarzenegger in one of his most iconic performances. Adapted from a short story by Phillip K. Dick, Paul Verhoeven was able to create a campy science fiction adventure that really grabbed audiences at the time. Now, Colin Farrell is put in the lead role and director Len Wiseman is tasked with bringing a whole new version of the story to the screen.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

For A Good Time, Call - Movie Review

Sometimes a movie you've never heard of comes out of nowhere and grabs your attention because it is just too entertaining to ignore. In the last few years, movies like "The Hangover" and "Bridesmaids" have come along and dominated the box office while redefining what a comedy can be. "For A Good Time, Call..." does a great job at exploring new territory while maintaining a great sense of nostalgia and familiarity.

TwoOhSix Picks for August

Want to know where the best movie events and screenings will be happening this month? Whether you are wanting to see big time blockbusters or small, independent films, you will want to check out this handy guide which features my picks for the best of what the Seattle area has to offer during the month of August.

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