Clive Owen


August 27, 2009 // 0 Comments

"Duplicity" is one of those films that kind of flew under my radar. I saw the trailers for the theatrical release, never paid much attention to them and then completely forgot about the film. Until Universal Home Entertainment sent over the [...]

Inside Man

June 19, 2009 // 0 Comments

Spike Lee's "Inside Man" concerns a bank robbery. A most unusual bank robbery, in fact. The robbery is organized by Dalton Russell (Clive Owen), who addresses the camera directly at the film's opening to give us the Who, What, When, [...]

Children Of Men

May 14, 2009 // 0 Comments

"Children Of Men" is one of those films that you don't hear a whole lot about, yet when you see them, they are quite impressive, and when people begin to talk about them, everyone goes "Oh yeah, that film was great!" Finally [...]

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

February 6, 2008 // 0 Comments

Following the success of the 1998 film "Elizabeth, " which brought actress Cate Blanchett to everyone's attention, director Shekhar Kapur and writer Michael Hirst returned to 15th century England almost 10 years later to create the sequel, [...]

Children Of Men

March 29, 2007 // 0 Comments

When the HD-DVD version of "Children Of Men" landed on my desk earlier this week I hadn't even heard of this film before. I went to the Internet movie Database to take a quick look at the movie's specs to find an 8.2 user rating. [...]


March 9, 2007 // 0 Comments

"I got all kinds of guilt…" Morality tales are often packed with warnings about the ways we should proceed through our lives. On one hand, they tap into our subconscious and remind us that consequences lurk in every corner of every decision we [...]

King Arthur

March 2, 2006 // 0 Comments

I've never been a big fan of movies set in the medieval "sword/bow and arrow" era. For some reason, I've always found them uninteresting and a tad bit bland for my tastes. Perhaps that's the sci-fi side of me speaking, but it [...]

Sin City

January 27, 2006 // 0 Comments

Sin City: the movie is proof that picking a winner is not always obvious in Hollywood. Directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller respectively (with Quentin Tarantino coming in as a "special guest director" for one of the scenes), Sin City is [...]