Monthly Archives: May 2010

Lost Review

“Loaded with drama, universal themes, intriguing characters, sci-fi elements, innovative storytelling and, most of all, spiritual depth, Lost has became a staple of popular culture in America and all around the world.”

Read my and Andrew Welch’s review @ RELEVANT Magazine.

Coverage of Lost Finale Party at Angelika Dallas

“It was a bittersweet night at the Dallas Angelika this Sunday. Roughly 800 LOST fans from across North Texas (and beyond) piled into three separate theaters for the finale of ABC’s groundbreaking series.”

Read on @ Pegasus News.

Robin Hood Review

“The remolding of a legend is what ultimately kills the film. Scott has turned a myth, a concept essentially, into a history which emerges as dry, insensible clutter that simply looks nice—the kind of stuff the real Robin Hood would defy.”

Read on @ RELEVANT Magazine.

Iron Man 2 Review

“Favreau’s second rendition to the Marvel comic takes a step backward from what was already middlebrow entertainment, which won’t provide the same kind of memories as its predecessor, if any.”

Read the review @ RELEVANT Magazine.

No One Knows About Persian Cats Review

“No One Knows About Persian Cats, in all its originality, beauty and strength — transparent through compelling direction and performances — unquestionably deserves that rare title of masterpiece.”

Read my review @ Pegasus News.

Paper Man Review

“If Lost in Translation and Greenberg mated and had an inept, psychotic child, the unfortunate kid’s name would be Paper Man.

Read my review @ Pegasus News.

Movies That Matter – Magnolia Article

“When I watch Magnolia, I’m not just blown away by how compelling a film it is—the performances, the score, the cinematography; I’m reminded of how wounded and desperate humanity really is.”

Read the article @ RELEVANT Magazine.