• Kingsman
    Step Aside James Bond... The Kingsman Are Here And They Are Taking Over.
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    It is uncomfortable to watch skilled and beloved actors deliver cheesy one-liners in a movie that felt embarrassing for even the PG-13 crowd.This is Seven Son
  • Jupiter Ascending
    The Wachowskis have delivered an extremely entertaining ride – and certainly one worth experiencing in the theater.
Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House

Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House

 
Kingsman The Secret Service Movie Review

Kingsman The Secret Service Movie Review

 
Black or White Movie Review

Black or White Movie Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House  

Hang with RDJ in Support of Julia’s House

Robert Downey Jr. is offering fans the chance to live out the best night of their life culminating at the World Premiere of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, all to support a great cause. In this video, Robert Downey Jr. reveals that anyone can win the opportunity to be flown with a friend to Los Angeles to experience a day in […]

ANNOUNCEMENT: First Look At Joseph Gordon-Levitt As SNOWDEN. An International Thriller By Oliver Stone

ANNOUNCEMENT: First Look At Joseph Gordon-Levitt As SNOWDEN. An International Thriller By Oliver Stone

In Academy Award®-winning director Oliver Stone’s International thriller, “SNOWDEN,” witness Joseph Gordon-Levitt embody Edward Snowden.  In this first look, before he was a whistle-blower, Edward was an ordinary man who unquestioningly served his country. “SNOWDEN” is currently shooting in Munich, before moving to locations around the world.​  Open Road Films will release “SNOWDEN” in the U.S. on […]

Focus : Movie Review  

Focus : Movie Review

From the famous writer/director duo of “Bad Santa”, “I Love You Phillip Morris” and “Crazy, Stupid Love”, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa make a somewhat disappointing caper feature that follows just about every typical con-artist outline. Nicky (Will Smith) is a suave con-man, channeling a classic Cary Grant, as he works with a team of […]

The Lazarus Effect: Movie Review  

The Lazarus Effect: Movie Review

A group of overzealous scientists working under a private research grant at a University develop a serum which enables them to bring life back to the dead. After the team successfully resurrects a dog in their first trial run, using the Lazarus serum in combination with thousands of volts of electricity, they realize that they’ve […]

Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Movie Review  

Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Movie Review

Hot Tub Time Machine 2 is rightfully branded with an R-rating for an excess of crude sexual content, language, graphic nudity (male and female), drug use, violence and space-age masturbation devices. It’s also dripping with pop-culture references, penis jokes, misogyny and gay-panic. Still reading? Well, if you’re the sort of person who would purchase a […]

The Duff Movie Review  

The Duff Movie Review

Sometimes a movie comes along and changes not only the industry itself but also the way people perceive movies. Orson Wells did it with Citizen Kane, Spielberg did with Jaws, George Lucas did with Star Wars, and so on. Ari Sandel did not accomplish this with The Duff, but if you seriously had any belief […]

McFarland, USA: Movie Review  

McFarland, USA: Movie Review

We’re all too familiar with the feel-good, family-friendly, based-on-true-events stories of underprivileged youth taking on an unbeatable challenge for the sake of proving themselves. We’ve also seen a hundred formulaic ‘exposure’ films about inner-city minorities that make a point to relate to wider (ie – less urban) audiences. Upon first impressions, the 2-minute trailer for […]

Kingsman The Secret Service Movie Review  

Kingsman The Secret Service Movie Review

Kingsman The Secret Service Movie Review How many Bond films are there? 23 going on 24. How many of them keep your attention throughout the entire film, aren’t entirely degrading of the opposite sex and also make you laugh? Zero, in my personal opinion. Kingsman: The Secret Service however does actually match that question and […]

Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Review  

Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Review

Well-choreographed sex, sultry tunes, beautiful actors and horrible writing are the important ingredients required for a successful soft-core porn, or in this case the bland film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey. Director Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) and screenwriter Kelly Marcel (Saving Mr. Banks) sanitize the erotic cringe-worthy book with an elegant tone […]

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review  

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review

Jupiter Ascending Movie Review Proving themselves with a sexually charged thriller called ‘Bound’, the Wachowski brothers – a directorial duo – moved on to one of the most ambitious cinematic projects of the late 90’s. ‘The Matrix’, a refreshingly original, philosophically idealistic cult favorite that stuck a proverbial middle finger to modern society – the […]

Seventh Son Movie Review  

Seventh Son Movie Review

Seventh Son Movie Review Seventh Son is an over-designed, patchwork fantasy epic that clouds Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges’ Academy Award winning craft with under-conceived plot lines and CGI noise. Inspired by the novel, “A Spook’s Apprentice,” this story follows the journey of young Tom Ward (Ben Barnes, The Chronicles of Narnia), a seventh son […]

New MovieFloss Staff Writer!  

New MovieFloss Staff Writer!

Some of you may have noticed a new name attached to a review this last weekend, it’s Lauren Richer! Lauren K. Richer is a freelance artist and writer residing in San Diego and Los Angeles, California. She primarily works with long-term freelance photography and design clients. Lauren was awarded a Bachelor of Science with Honors at The Art Institute of San Diego and […]

Black Sea Movie Review

Black Sea Movie Review

Black Sea Movie Review Kevin Macdonald, director of ‘The Last King of Scotland’ partners with an all-star cast, including Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn and relative new-comer Bobby Schofield, in ‘Black Sea’ – an intensely claustrophobic telling of desperation and greed. Fair warning to fans of films like ‘Das Boot’ and ‘The Hunt for Red October'; […]

Black or White Movie Review  

Black or White Movie Review

Black or White Movie Review Black or White isn’t a question. It’s a declaration that whether you’re black or white, if you’re not meeting the standard criteria to be a decent human being — you’ll be judged just the same. Instead of focusing on the discrimination that black people currently experience, and laying out a […]

The Boy Next Door Movie Review  

The Boy Next Door Movie Review

The Boy Next Door Movie Review This thriller follows a mother, Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez) going through a possible divorce. She finds herself vulnerable to a charming young man, Noah Sandborn (Ryan Guzman) that moves in next door. Turns out she was just caught in the heat of the moment with a very disturbed person. […]

American Sniper Movie Review  

American Sniper Movie Review

American Sniper Movie Review I find myself unable to learn from the lessons of my past. Once again, I am tasked with reviewing a movie based upon a book I have yet to finish. I’ve been known to cruise through books at a respectable pace, but then George RR Martin broke my brain-but that’s a […]

Inherent Vice Movie Review  

Inherent Vice Movie Review

For me the movie Inherent Vice is a tale of two artists. First, there’s Joaquin Phoenix, an actor who probably does not get the credit he deserves in the mainstream, most likely due to his off screen persona, which can at best be described as eccentric. I’m guilty of this as well, for even though […]

Selma  

Selma

Selma, chronicles Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s campaign to convince President Lyndon B. Johnson to pass the Voting Rights Act.  It brings to life a history that younger generations have only read about in school, focusing on Dr. King’s successes, internal conflicts within different factions of the civil rights movement, and the violent reality of […]

Big Eyes Movie Review  

Big Eyes Movie Review

Big Eyes Movie Review Based on the true story of Walter Keane and his wife Margaret,  Big Eyes, is a quirky and engaging exploration into one of the most confusing and strange stories to emerge out of the 20th century American art scene.  Revisiting the theme of the unappreciated artist that Tim Burton explored in […]

The Gambler Movie Review  

The Gambler Movie Review

The Gambler Movie Review Mark Wahlberg is an enigma to me. While he has managed to perform admirably in a number of films that I truly love, he has also made very perplexing decisions such as taking over as the face of the Transformers movie franchise, the most recent installment being perhaps the most horrible production […]

Unbroken Movie Review  

Unbroken Movie Review

Unbroken Movie Review Laura Hillenbrand’s bestselling novel Unbroken has been on my must read list for years, and while I did purchase and begin reading the book upon learning I’d be reviewing the film adaptation I’m embarrassed to say I’m barely a fifth of the way through it. As I’ve said in the past, I typically […]

Into the Woods Movie Review  

Into the Woods Movie Review

Into the Woods Movie Review Understand something here and now, musicals aren’t for everyone. Do not force your loved ones who have stated that they don’t like musicals to sit through a musical. With that said, I f*!@#!g love musicals, especially Into the Woods. From set design to costumes this film was amazing. Recently having […]

The Hobbit:  The Battle of the Five Armies Movie Review  

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Movie Review

The Hobbit:  The Battle of the Five Armies Movie Review – Having been a huge fan of “The Lord of the Rings” film trilogy, I was extremely excited to review Peter Jackson’s final “Hobbit” movie, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.” This film completes the entire saga based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, […]

Divergent Series: Insurgent New Movie Trailer and Poster Now Online  

Divergent Series: Insurgent New Movie Trailer and Poster Now Online

The thrilling NEW TRAILER for THE DIVERGENT SERIES: INSURGENT is finally here, as well as the exclusive NEW POSTER to add to the excitement of the #DivergentFandom! Racing against time, Tris and Four must find out what her family sacrificed their lives to protect, and why some will do anything to stop them. Get in on the action and […]

Exodus: Gods and Kings Movie Review. When Men Ruled As Gods  

Exodus: Gods and Kings Movie Review. When Men Ruled As Gods

Exodus: Gods and Kings Movie Review – The story of Moses has been told time and time again. The notion of one man abolishing slavery in Biblical times is too good to pass up. So when I heard of Exodus: Gods and Kings I was ecstatic, I mean, Ridley Scott in the director’s chair? Yes […]

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