Tag Archive for 'Ruben Fleischer'

Sony’s ‘Uncharted’ Film Lacks PlayStation’s Fun (Movie Review)

Sony Pictures’ Uncharted looks to be Spider-Man star Tom Holland’s next box office hit this weekend. Based on the beloved PlayStation series by developer Naughty Dog and directed by Venom’s Ruben Fleischer, this mid-budgeted adventure flick leans more towards pleasing fans of Holland (and, to a lesser degree, co-star Mark Walhberg) than fans of the videogame. Arguably, […]


Zombieland: Double Tap (Blu-ray Review)

One of my favorite films of 2009, doubling as one of my favorite undead films as well, was Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland. Back then, I was hoping and hoping for a sequel, but so many years passed that when it was announced they were finally doing it ten years later, my excitement was pretty middling (Though, […]


Zombieland: Double Tap…They’re Back Baby! (Movie Review)

It feels so good to be back! It was 10 years ago when the first film,  Zombieland (2009), came out. I went to go see it with a friend or two not sure what to expect. I walked out of that film with such a love for what I was seeing on screen! The cast was great, […]


Crazy, Stupid, ‘Gangster Squad’ (Movie Review)

Gangster Squad is the R-rated, spiritual successor to Dick Tracy that nobody wanted.  The film is a stylish exercise in action sequences, featuring a bunch of good actors that have decided not to do much acting, aside from Sean Penn, who attempts to devour every scene he is in and hopes to stop short of […]


Zombieland: “Gotta Enjoy the Little Things”

What started out as a pilot for a CBS horror-comedy show, turned out to become this weekend’s number one smash hit at the box office.  Shot with a $23.6 million budget and pulling in some initial weekend dough of $25 million, Zombieland is something Hollywood and audiences should take notice of.  That’s really not bad […]