I kind of can't get over the fact that I just watched a sports movie. I normally don't watch them because I'm definitely not a sports fan AT ALL but I watched boxing flick "A Fighting Man" and it was a fantastic film that was better than "Rocky".
Dominic Purcell stars as Sailor O'Connell, an aging boxer with a traumatic past who decides to fight one last fight, a fight against a young whipper-snapper named King who just knocked up…
"Among Ravens" is a peculiar metaphor-laced film that is right up my alley. I dunno why but I've always had a thing for films about a group of friends getting back together, "Big Chill" style. Here, it's a group of friends getting together for 4th of July, seen through the eyes of a young girl named Joey (a brilliant performance from rising star Johnny Sequoyah).
And then there's Chad, a nature photographer whose presence touches the lives of the friends…
I second everything Corey "Goon" Pierce said even though I liked it more than he did. Listen, this movie has been overhyped and overrated like crazy. This is not revolutionary, "game changing" filmmaking, it's just a pretty darn solid popcorn horror-comedy with good performances from Whitford, Jenkins and Fran Kranz as well as some cool cameos (although Jodelle Ferland is wasted which should be punishable by law!) I won't spoil the last half hour but the effects were terrible in…