"Poorly Scripted, But Decent Execution"
In the Texas bayous, a local homicide detective teams up with a cop from New York City to investigate a series of unsolved murders.
The casting on this film is perfect -- Sam Worthington, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and the flawless Chloe Moretz. The directing and cinematography are great, with the dark, gritty feel that one would expect from your better serial killer films. And the story, despite being disjointed,
"Much Better Than Given Credit For"
A retired CIA operative (Richard Gere) is paired with a young FBI agent (Topher Grace) to unravel the mystery of a senator's murder, with all signs pointing to a Soviet assassin.
On top of the great casting of the leads, you also have Martin Sheen being as dignified as ever and Odette Yustman having a smaller, but important role. All around, the casting was just spot on.
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Being the ever curious Kat, I always want to know more after watching a movie, especially the ones that are based around true stories. So in the coming weeks I’m going to present to the good people of Killer Reviews, extensive blogs on movies that are “based on true stories”. I will be adding my own opinion to some of these, but for the most part I just want to present my findings to you all, and let you make your own decision. I will still be doing my
Updated 02-07-2012 at 08:59 AM by Butcher
In just the first few weeks of the new year, we have seen plenty of color in our theatrical film titles. Liam Neeson took on wolves in The Grey. Lucasfilm’s brought us the story of black WWII pilots with Red Tails. And this week, Daniel ‘don’t call me Harry’ Radcliffe stars in Hammer Film’s release of The Woman in Black. With so much color being rewarded on film one-sheets, Killer Reviews decided to look back on other films that had a used color in their names. One thing for certain - there
If the title of the film, Bloody Bloody Bible Camp doesn’t catch your attention, the casting of porn legend Ron Jeremy as Jesus surely will. Directed by Vito Trabucco (Night Demons), Bloody Bloody Bible Camp is a comedy/horror film that doesn’t take any of its two categorized genres too seriously.
The film opens in 1977 at the Happy Day Bible Camp where a group of eclectic youths are spending a week-end that is interrupted by a murderous crazy nun known as Sister
Updated 02-02-2012 at 05:37 AM by Butcher