Author: Josh_Radde


Movie Review: Revolutionary Road

There was a lot of talk this year about whether or not The Dark Knight could overtake Titanic atop the list of highest grossing film of all-time. As a result, the topic of the "Kate and Leo" reunion i…


Review: Frost/Nixon

I don't see the point when every aspect of Frost/Nixon is excellent, from Ron Howard's direction to Salvatore Totino's cinematography to Peter Morgan's stirring screenplay.


Multiple Choice Review: Doubt

The Broadway play goes from the big stage to the big screen as playwright John Patrick Shanley adapts his own work with the help of award-winning film actors Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.


Multiple Choice Review: Milk

In the wake of California's Proposition 8, a film like Milk is both socially relevant and an eerie reminder of how this nation hasn't really progressed in the past 30 years.


11 Films To Watch On Election Night

We know that the Election Night coverage can be a bit monotonous, but while you're waiting for the results to trickle down, you might as well watch a couple movies.


Review: Burn After Reading

Burn After Reading is not the best Coen film, or even the best Coen comedy ever made, but I'd put it up next to any other comedy released this year.


There Will Be Blood

The title sets up some expectations of what is to come. That being said, there is blood, but there’s also much, much more.


The Savages

Some may remember that Tamara Jenkins first got acclaim with her last film The Slums of Beverly Hills in 1998. The Savages could not be a more different movie-but they are both fantastic.


Movie Review: The Darjeeling Limited

A slow-motion shot. A classic rock tune. A character comes in to frame, perfectly profiled from the side. Welcome to The Darjeeling Limited, Wes Anderson's new film about brotherhood.