Posts Tagged ‘nick rogers’
Nick's weekly look back at the James Bond series begins with "Dr. No," comparatively low-key to subsequent films but a fascinating look at Bond before "Bond."
Despite sound, atmospheric production values, you get the fatalistic sleaze you pay for in a vaguely exploitative Eastern European take on "The Hills Have Eyes."
Chris, Nick and special guest stars Bob Bloom and Richard Propes take a look at the career of Sacha Baron Cohen.
People will be talking about "The Dictator" in 10 years — just about whether it emboldened Sacha Baron Cohen to greater challenges or mired him in mediocrity.
Mostly self-assured in its silly-serious storytelling, "Dark Shadows" is pitched somewhere between a timeless play's tragedy and '70s pop-song punch.
This macabre, occasionally mournful tale of Edgar Allan Poe's pain & fear doesn't quite go into darkness peering. But it's no thriller at which you're jeering.
Clever and comical, but cold and clinical, "Cabin" is a pleasant, if passionless, puzzle — a fan dance for fanboys that delivers the goods while tweaking them.
Taken on terms of arrested-adolescence action movies, "Lockout" finds itself in pass-fail territory. Consider it a success by way of social promotion.