Reel Society

Reviews for the latest movies in theaters and on DVD.

Posts by Month: July, 2008

The X-Files: I Want to Believe

  Review by Matthew Frendo    If I don't start rating some movies badly, I'm surel...

Brideshead Revisited

  Review by Matthew Frendo Let me start by saying that I'm by no means an expert on period pi...

Man on Wire

  Review by Matthew Frendo It's hard to really critique a documentary, when the film deals wi...

American Teen

  Review by Matthew Frendo Cinéma vérité roughly translates to "cinema of truth".  It's ...

Step Brothers

  Review by Mark Lengieza  Will Ferrell, where have you gone?  The answer to this q...

Mad Detective

Review by David Tredler Johnnie To and his long-time collaborator Wai Ka Fai had not co-directed a ...

The Dark Knight

                      Review by Ma...

Mamma Mia!

  Review by Rebecca Roth Maybe it’s because I’m female… Maybe it’s because I love ABBA… Eithe...

Transsiberian

    Review by Paul Edwards Murder. Death. Intrigue. Sex. Lies. Videotape. These d...

The Dark Knight

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Journey to the Center of the Earth

Review by David Tredler What kid has never dreamt of being propelled into a Jules Verne book? The...

Meet Dave

  Review by David Ranscht   Meet Dave can effectively be summed up in one sentence: Men...

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

      Review by Patrick Hodges Given how the general public’s acknowledgement a...

Tell No One

  Review by David Tredler French cinema can easily be associated to arthouse films that do ...

The Wackness

  Review by Paul Edwards    If there is anything The Wackness does well, it is des...

Hancock

  Review by Patrick Hodges I can imagine how the premise for this film started out:  t...