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Editor's rating: 
 3.3
 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Bringing Down The House (2003) What was I thinking?  Seeing a film like this shows you how much your tastes in filmmaking and comedy evolve over the years.  I am 100 percent utterly ashamed that I ever laughed at this film when I first saw it nearly 10 years ago.  Having not seen the film since I was excited to watch it again.  Boy, I really wished I hadn’t. “Bringing Down The House” is perhaps one of the most vulgar comedies of the last decade.  I can see a lot of people out there taking offense to almost to the whole film.  I am not blaming the actors nor the director.  The writers on this film must have been smoking something to come up with such a contrived pile of…. If anything, it is the actors that save this film, with the exception of Betty Davis.  Queen ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.1
 
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Father Of The Bride / Father Of The Bride Part II (1991-1995) “Father Of The Bride” is a staple in the Steve Martin’s repertoire.  Surprisingly though, it is not really the funniest of films.  Nor is its sequel.  At times it seems as though Martin is trying to hard to push comic relief into lifeless scenes.  Nevertheless, the films have a spirit that puts them at the top of the list, well almost. Neither of the “Bride” films is a repetitive watch. I was thrilled to see them, but then again I haven’t watched them since their initial release in the early 90s.  I have satisfied my craving and now the films will likely sit on the shelf collecting dust.  But that is probably the case with more than 90 percent of our collections, right? The first film introduces us to he Banks family.  George doesn’t deal with the fact that his little girl ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.7
 
Monday, 23 April 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Shame (2011) “Shame” will likely fall under one of two categories for viewers.  Either it will be simply a porn film, or it will hold deeper meaning and artistry.  I would hope that audiences choose the latter.  “Shame” is after all about our shame.  It is not an easy film to watch for several reasons, but it does offer a robust look into sex addiction. Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender team up for the second time to deliver an emotionally charged look at one man’s struggle with sex addiction and the pain and agony that torments him.  The film is beautifully rendered in terms of writing and shot composition.  The characters all complement the story and one another.  The shots are framed to fit the mood of each segment. Brandon (Michael Fassbender) is a successful businessman who spends every minute of every day thinking ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.6
 
Tuesday, 17 April 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Darkest Hour, The (3D/2D) (2011) “The Darkest Hour” is a clear example of a film that could have been better than it turned out to be.  In short, it had potential that was squandered. The film turns out to be nothing more than an alien invasion film that never really leads anywhere substantial.  Two business school friends show up in Moscow to make a pitch.  When things turn ugly, they hit a local nightclub, where apparently they were notified by some app that two American girls were stuck there. It doesn’t take long for the alien invasion to start.  We never get to see what happens to rest of  the world, but given what happens to Moscow we can safely assume that there are probably no more than a 1,000 human beings on the planet after just a few days of alien attacks. The aliens are quite cool.  ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.1
 
Monday, 09 April 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
We Bought A Zoo (2011) “We Bought A Zoo” is just about one of those films that has all the good parts in the trailer.  Most definitely it is one of those films that really struggles for the first half.  In fact, I was very worried about its two-hour runtime as I sat through the first hour. The film doesn’t tell a unique story.  Not by a long shot, we the exception of the zoo elements.  At its heart it is a simple story of a single father who moves his two children to a mountain home in order to get a new start.  In addition, the story finds its footing in the age-old father-son battle to understand each other.  Of course, the son is in a dark, gothic-like phase, drawing pictures like a tortured soul. The romantic element is thrown into the mix with Scarlet Johannson ...
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