Monthly Archives: July 2010

Black Narcissus Review

“Stunning visuals, thematic depth and a thrilling finale as effective as any by Hitchcock make the movie timeless and powerful.”

Read my review @ Pegasus News.

Greenberg Review

“As Roger Greenberg, the film’s cynical anti-hero, we see a new dimension of Stiller, one that tells us the guy can act.”

Read my review @ Pegasus News.

Inception Review

UPDATE (11.6.11): After seeing Inception  a few times after my initial viewing, which prompted this review, I have changed my mind drastically about the film. While I’d maybe still give it a positive review, I certainly wouldn’t call it a “masterpiece.”

While the film obviously has missteps (Gordon-Levitt’s mediocre turn; Watanbe’s unintelligible lines; a sometimes over-ambitiousness), it, in the end, epitomizes everything that constitutes good cinema—and aesthetics.

Read my review @ RELEVANT Magazine.

Everlasting Moments Review

“The subtle, emotional narrative carries enough tone and inspiration to create something more than a motion picture: a sacred story that will never be forgotten.”

Read on @ Pegasus News.

The Last Airbender Review

“The impressive cast is pivotal in achieving stunning visuals that make Jon Favreau’s Iron Man 2 look like juvenile filmmaking.”

Read my review @ RELEVANT Magazine.