Reel Society

Reviews for the latest movies in theaters and on DVD.

Posts by Month: October, 2008

Zack and Miri Make a Porno

  Review by Paul Edwards Seth Rogen has been on fire lately. Ever since we saw him in 40-Year...

Saw V

  Review by Patrick Hodges Not many “horror” franchises have enjoyed the success that the Saw...

Pride and Glory

  Review by Matt Starr If Beverly Hills Chihuahua is your predictable Disney film, then P...

Changeling

  Review by Patrick Hodges Imagine if you will a society where the police department, the e...

Synecdoche, New York

Review by Matt Starr Not surprisingly, Synecdoche, New York is a puzzle of a film with themes a...

Max Payne

  Review by Patrick Hodges Millions of people buy and play video games.  A few of thos...

Sex Drive

  Review by Rebecca Roth Sex Drive is a hilarious teen comedy that is a cross-breed between...

W.

  Review by Paul Edwards Michael Moore. David Zucker. Bill O’Reilly. Rush Limbaugh. When it...

Body of Lies

  Review by Patrick Hodges You really have to admire Ridley Scott’s moxie. Even though the 7...

The Express

  Review by Mark Lengieza Hello out there to all of my fans!  After my long and unfort...

City of Ember

  Review by Patrick Hodges This story, based on the bestselling book by Jeanne Duprau, prof...

Quarantine

  Review by Don Hill As some of you may be aware, Quarantine is a remake of a Spanish horro...

Happy-Go-Lucky

      Review by Eoin O’Faolain   There’s a question every successful artist...

Beverly Hills Chihuahua

Review by Matt Starr Beverly Hills Chihuahua is the first of three Disney releases this fall, all...

Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist

Review by Patrick Hodges I’m 39 years old.  I thought I should point that out right up front...

Blindness

  Review by Matt Starr Blindness marks the beginning of the awards season, although the fil...

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

  Review by Matthew Frendo Never has a title been so apt, as in the case of How to Lose Frien...

Appaloosa

  Review by Patrick Hodges At the beginning of Appaloosa, a marshal and two of his deputies...

Rachel Getting Married

  Review by Matt Starr Every time I see or hear the name “Jonathan Demme”, I wonder what ever...