Reel Society

Reviews for the latest movies in theaters and on DVD.

Posts by Month: August, 2008

Babylon A.D.

  Review by David Tredler Mathieu Kassovitz adapting Maurice G. Dantec. It was a dream comb...

Traitor

Review by Chris Keller   At first glance, on paper (and in the trailer), the Don Cheadle vehi...

Disaster Movie

  Review by Chris Keller   “Directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer”.  Is th...

Hamlet 2

    Review by Paul Edwards   “Rock me, Rock me Sexy Jesus!” That is the catchy ...

Death Race

    Review by Patrick Hodges   Have you ever noticed that when a movie is release...

The Longshots

  Review by Patrick Hodges Uplifting true-to-life underdog sports stories are nothing new.&...

The Rocker

  Review by Chris Keller   Here’s an analogy for you:  The Rocker is to Rainn Wils...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

  Review by Eoin O’Faolain   Just when you think George Lucas has gone far enough... A...

Mirrors

  Review by Matthew Starr French director Alexandre Aja is one of the few directors still put...

Vicky Cristina Barcelona

  Review by Matthew Frendo   Scarlett Johanssen is Woody's new “it” girl, that's for su...

Henry Poole is Here

    Review by Chris Keller If the Wilson brothers were the Baldwins, then Luke Wilson w...

A Girl Cut in Two

Review by Paul Edwards Ludivine Sagnier entered the American public consciousness with Swimming Poo...

Tropic Thunder

    Review by Patrick Hodges Why didn’t I enjoy this movie? One of the main characte...

Pineapple Express

    Review by Chris Maitland Seth Rogen is pretty much the go-to guy for comedy t...

Bottle Shock

  Review by Rebecca Roth There is a saying that goes "great wine is like great art", and th...

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

  Review by Paul Edwards Okay, where to begin? I’ll just say it. The Mummy: Tomb of the Drago...