Archive for August, 2012

24th August
2012
written by Adam

Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is a law school dropout turned bicycle messenger in Manhattan; opting for the high adrenaline life of riding a fixed gear bike like a madman, he’s known as the best in the industry. And, it’s that reputation that has made him the best choice to deliver a very important envelope across town. But, when a crooked cop (Michael Shannon) steps in the way, Wilee will have to use all of his wits to make the drop off in time, there will be huge consequences if he fails, what to do? Well plotted, yet thinly scripted, this action packed, cat and mouse film works hard to keep you engaged from start to finish. Relying on
clever cinematic sequences, compelling cinematography, converging story lines, and just the right amount of goof to create a summer time sleeper hit, this is one to actually pay attention to. Fun! Premium Rush is rated PG-13.

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24th August
2012
written by Adam

Shortest review ever….Ashley Greene, I love you, but no…this film is a miss on almost all points. Sorry…The end.

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24th August
2012
written by Adam

Celeste (Rashida Jones) and Jesse (Andy Samberg) are or were a couple. You see, they still live together, go out together, do couple-ish things, share a childish sense of humor, but they’re in fact broken up. And, desires to grow up, have kids, and move on with their individual lives is proving difficult. Will they ever split for good, and under what circumstances? Bittered? Interesting in that film is loaded with talented comedic actors, yet the overall film isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs. Sure there are comedic moments and a few chuckles, but bottom line the script here feels anemic and poorly fleshed out. On the positive, Samberg
and Jones do manage to create believable chemistry, it’s just too bad the rest of the film isn’t that interesting. Oh well. Celeste and Jesse Forever is Rated R.

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