Tag Archive for 'Jonathan Rhys Meyers'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Five New Indie Titles

A handful of indie flicks counter the big budget Guardian weekend to varying results.  (There’s yet another five-star flick this week – no great cinema!)  Artists who push the creative line, bad guys gone good, fancy meals complete with a side of guilt, military men leading multiple lives and an ode to all things mom […]


Interview: “London Town” Director Derrick Borte Talks Coming Of Age With The Clash

Those of us who dig cool cinematic coming age stories know that the great ones almost always use era for inspiration.  Be it the last day of school in the 70’s via Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused or the 80’s ridden tale of love found and lost with Cameron Crowe’s Say Anything, true tales of […]


The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (Movie Review)

The transformation of a bestselling novel series into film has a history of blockbuster effect. Hollywood may have just broken this pattern.  I am confident that with some skilled editing, Mortal Instruments: City of Bones could be reconstructed using clips exclusively from the likes of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, National Treasure, The Twilight Saga, […]


6 Souls (Blu-ray Review)

We all love a good psychological thriller from time to time.  One that has us guessing and trying to piece together clues while at the same time keeping us in suspense and trying to get a good scare out of us.  Then we get some wonderful twist and our minds are blown.  6 Souls does […]