Recently two big movies got released on Netflix, these being The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Project T / Tomorrowland (depending on what country you live in). Both movies are about a better and brighter future for us all. If you were to watch one of them this weekend, I’d advise you to at least give Tomorrowland a go, since this feelgood movie will certainly make you want to fight and believe in a better world.
For the sake of this article, I assume that there are still people in the world who have this website bookmarked after the countless redesigns and the general lack of new content since the autumn of 2011. Also, based on our previous output, I am going to say that all four of you (this number includes Nr|Five and myself) probably are men. Of course, we mean no offence to any women who love to come to criticasm.com for its insightful articles on the dvd releases of bad superhero movies. Anyway, having now established that we are all modern men of…
What a year it has been. Not for criticasm.com perse but for the entire world. We are talking about strikes, crisis, falls of complete governments, the coming of 3D, the world of tablets and many many more things. Looking at the post count it has not been an impressive year, but this does not mean we never commented on the many things happening around the world. Our most dedicated followers know and have been confronted many times with our foul spitting humor – if you can call it that – about many things.
In this long-postponed review of Jim Jarmusch’s latest feature THE LIMITS OF CONTROL the underrated Isaach De Bankolé is playing an unnamed lone wolf assassin purposefully on a mission that throughout the film will remain almost completely unintelligible to the viewer.
One of the big contenders for the Oscar Awards, which will air tomorrow, is THE SOCIAL NETWORK by David Fincher. Some say it is just your average film others say it is the best movie of 2010. So should it get any awards?
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER as the title should be, is the latest big project of M. Night Shyamalan. For those familiar with the lore, know it has potential, but did Shyamalan harness it?
INCEPTION is one of those rare movies you have to see to realise how good it really is. It has been praised so much that it currently holds number 4 of the iMDB Top 250 with a 9.1. So if you are reading this and haven’t seen it yet, tell me why have you not?
Jerry Buckheimer and crew have been very busy. After the impressive PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN series, he had some fun with the PRINCE OF PERSIA: THE SANDS OF TIME and now he has revived another Disney (short) story, which perhaps can take on that other wizard kid.
ECLIPSE is the 3rd installment in the Twilight Saga with the lovable pale vampire and the hotty werewolf. Does it show any form of improvement, or are you in for another annoying ride when your misses wants to see this.
Yes I know I am stating the obvious, because the movie is called THE KARATE KID, but the ass whooping that goes on in this remake of a classic, is based on Kung Fu and not Karate. so does this effect the story?