Ray Schillaci of The Movie Guys interviews Jody Lambert, director of the new ensemble film BRAVE NEW JERSEY.
One of the more sober and dark summer films to hit the cinema in a long while. But it’s effective.
A virtual kaleidoscope, heavy on sights and sounds, but light on story and characters which tends to be the norm for many graphic novel adaptations.
The New Movie Show gives you everything you need to know about all the new movies opening Friday, May 19th, 2017 – “Alien: Covenant”, “Everything Everything” & “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul”
Denis Villeneuve has crafted and elegant science fiction movie that harnesses every aspect of filmmaking to tell a surprising, smart and truly awe-inspiring story.
Funny how that happens when we first see a film, read a book, listen to music or even appreciate a work of art. The question being, is it worth coming back to?
For all its ambition to deliver a unique time travel tale, “Synchronicity” stumbles over itself with convoluted storytelling
A chilling pot boiler with eye-opening visuals and dynamic performances from the entire cast.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
Aided by a complex story, interesting characters and tight direction, the Spierigs deliver a powerful punch that has you talking about the film long after it is over
Showcast Episode 74: All you can ask of anyone who visits The Admiral’s Club is that they be funny and tell great stories, and this week’s special guest Brian Shortall does both! He joins The Movie Guys to talk “Big Hero 6” and “Interstellar” and jump in on a round of “McConaughey Role or Lincoln Commercial”.
This is a well-tuned machine that provides a fun trip to the movies that can be enjoyed by just about anyone young and old.
Showcast Episode 53: “Edge of Tomorrow” and “The Fault in Our Stars” get the full movie preview treatment from The Move Guys with guest host Justin Bowler. Plus, a look at movie news and a first for the Showcast – in depth talk about horror movies with special guest Ray Schillaci.
Really, how hard was it to understand this film people? I know the trailers made it look like a mindless action flick, but it’s not. I’m sorry you couldn’t waltz in 10-minutes late with your face full of popcorn and your butter-stained fingers endlessly fumbling over your cell phone, and not be able to figure out what’s going on. It’s called attention. If you pay it, you’ll get it.
“Previewing Like Crazy” covers the major releases of October 28, 2011, including JOHNNY ENGLISH REBORN, ANONYMOUS, IN TIME and LIKE CRAZY.
Jake Gyllenhaal redeems his career after the embarrassingly awful “Prince of Persia” and turns in a fine, heartwarming performance
In my humble opinion, there are certain people who don’t “get” movies, and thus should not be allowed to view movies at all.