Movie Review: ‘Transcendence’ is a Lifeless Disappointment of Techno Jargon

Transcendence Movie Review 2014

It’s not often that we are graced with a performance by Johnny Depp where he is not wearing make up. In fact, it is a welcomed occurrence when it happens. But given the opportunity for Depp to shed the eyeliner and work with one of the most talented cinematographers, Wally Pfister (Inception; The Dark Knight trilogy), in his directorial debut, the results are absolutely depressing. Transcendence, written by first time screenwriter Jack Paglen, is a sad, miscalculation of big themes with poor delivery. Continue reading

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Retro Review: Batman Begins

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There is a movie that has come out this weekend, it’s kind of small, you may have heard of it before: The Dark Knight Rises. As most film junkies do, I am chronologically revisiting previous films in this trilogy so that the newest film can be watched in sequence. Thus we begin with Batman Begins. It may not have been the fuel to put The Dark Knight Rises on the radar for everyone to see, but it still has its merit for being a decently well put-together superhero origin story. But how does it hold up after seven years? Continue reading

Chris Nolan’s ‘Inception’ Trailer #2

Warner Bros. Pictures has revealed the new trailer for The Dark Knight helmer Christopher Nolan’s Inception. Opening in conventional and IMAX theaters on July 16, the sci-fi actioner is set within the architecture of the mind and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard, Cillian Murphy, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ken Watanabe, Tom Hardy, Michael Caine and Dileep Rao.

Inception Gets It’s First Poster

A teaser poster for the new Christopher Nolan film, Inception, has arrived through a series of new viral marketing. You can visit YourMindistheSceneoftheCrime.com to check out the little viral marketing they have constructed and see where this leads too. This film should be interesting.

Opening in conventional and IMAX theaters on July 16, the sci-fi actioner stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Marion Cotillard, Cillian Murphy, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ken Watanabe, Tom Hardy, Michael Caine and Dileep Rao. The film is set within the architecture of the mind.