Brandon Valentine is a film critic from Hershey, PA. Aside from possessing the last name “Valentine” and living in “the Sweetest Place on Earth,” Brandon was also born on Valentine’s Day. That’s right, a Valentine born on Valentine’s Day. His “sweet” work can be viewed at Blogcritics, IMDb, and his own site, Valentine on Film.
The Dancer Upstairs tends to focus more on the insignificant rather than the significant.
At times, it’s so utterly philosophical, didactic, and life-affirming that one can’t help but to submit to its intrigue.
What else summons terror like zombie horror?
An Inconvenient Truth is so startling and relevant that it is beyond recommended viewing; it is demanded viewing.
Chuck and Larry is more of a movement to build awareness that the word “faggot” is derogatory than a full-fledged comedy.
Taken feels condensed, improbable, and – in the end – false.
Above all else, it is the cast that raises Doubt.
Think about it: The Dark Knight = Best Picture. Why not?
Concurrently brutal and beautiful, and one of the year’s best.
Despite its lengthy running-time, Munich is a remarkable feature and a valiant effort from all involved.