If you’ve seen the original Dredd (1995), chances are that you were not particular fond of the movie as a whole. The original was a letdown for the most part, aside from a few enjoyable qualities. Karl Urban takes over for Sylvester Stallone in the remake and attempts erasing those bad memories of the 1995 adaption. Read the full review below.
Erased (aka The Expatriate) came out in Belgium and other countries last September but does not come out in the United States until May 10th of this year. I got a chance to view a screening of this movie late last week. Immediately after I walked out of the screening for Erased, I had already forgotten what I had just watched. This is a completely forgettable movie and I am sure it will be limited in its release in the US and most people will probably be viewing this me on demand or from Redbox.
Beasts of the Southern Wild had been on my queue for the past few months and I was finally able to watch it right before the Oscars premiered. I did not know much about the film; all I knew was that it was getting great reviews, took place in a fictional bayou territory by New Orleans and starred newcomer Quvenzhané Wallis as a girl named Hushpuppy. This alone had me hooked and excited as I sat down to watch the film. However, I was a little disappointed by the time the credits rolled.