August 25, 2019

Author: Joseph Burge

Puns in “Paul” prove funny

In 2004, viewers were introduced to “Shaun of the Dead,” a quirky but hilarious British film about an average schmuck who gets caught up in a zombie apocalypse that became a cult hit almost instantly. Since then, writing duo Nick Frost and Simon Pegg have become icons in their own right.

Cameras and Cutups

“Battle: Los Angeles” proves too fast and too familiar If there is a plot to “Battle: Los Angeles,” it is news to me. In the realm of action films, this…

Cameras and Cut ups

A movie providing a lot of angles for the viewer to look at is normally a pretty engaging film. “Unknown,” however, manages to only confuse the viewer. Though there is a lot of attention on the story, it’s fairly confusing. American researcher Martin Harris (Liam Neeson) and his wife Liz (January Jones) arrive in Berlin for a research summit. As the two arrive at the hotel, Martin realizes he left his briefcase back at the airport and boards another taxi to retrieve it.

Cameras and Cut ups

When owners are home, the gnomes guard their lawn. But while the owners are away, the gnomes will play. And when the owners, Miss Montague (Julie Walters) and Mr. Capulet (Richard Wilson), have an ongoing feud, their garden gnomes continue the feud after they leave.