s s As promised, I will be posting the occasional movie review. Here’s my review of Leonardo DiCaprio’s new science fiction flick “Inception.”
Rated PG13 Directed by James Cameron Starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Zaldana, Sigourney Weaver, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: Graphics 4.5/5, Storyline 2.5/5 Word of Warning: At nearly 3 hours, it’s a good idea to visit the restroom before settling in for a viewing of “Avatar.” My husband has been excitedly awaiting this film, so we tried to see it during opening week, but the theater was too
Rated R Directed by Jonathan Mostow Starring Bruce Willis, Radha Mitchell, Rosamund Pike, Boris Kodjoe, James Francis Ginty Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3.5/5 Word of Warning: Don’t over think it, just enjoy. I’ve been at odds with the critics for several weeks now. Oh, let’s face it, I’m often at odds with the critics. So maybe Jonathan Mostow won’t be winning a best director Oscar for this one, but this
Troy Cook, Guest Writer Should I stay or should I go now? That’s the question we all face with a new movie and I have to say that “District 9″ is a definite go. It’s an unusual and highly original science-fiction film that… continue reading review.
HeidiTown is proud to feature guest writer Troy Cook. He is a former movie director and author of two popular mystery novels, “47 Rules of Highly Effective Bank Robbers,” and “The One Minute Assassin.” Cook will use his skills as a writer and his vast knowledge of the movie industry to review “District 9.” Read all about Troy Cook here. Visit Troy Cook’s Website at www.TroyCook.net.
In a summer full of big blockbusters with little substance, “Moon” is a refreshing departure from summer’s standard fare. This movie has been open in limited release since June 12, but just hit Colorado theaters last weekend. The only place to see “Moon” in Northern Colorado is at… continue reading this review.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I have been a fan of “Star Trek: the Next Generation” since childhood. The new movie, “Star Trek,” due out Friday, is bringing out my inner-geek. My all-time favorite character from the Star Trek franchise is Data, played brilliantly by Brent Spiner. When I was a child, Data intrigued me simply because he was a robot, but as I grew older, I realized
My father was a fan of the original “Star Trek” series, and introduced my brother and me to Captain Kirk and Spock when we were still wee children. But it wasn’t the original series that held my unswerving attention. As an adolescent I was a huge fan of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” I’ve seen every episode at least twice and in an admission of my inner-geek, I
Rated PG13 Directed by Scott Derrickson Starring Keanu Reeves, Jennifer Connelly, Kathy Bates, Jon Hamm, Jaden Christopher Smith Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 1 Word of Warning: Run, don’t walk away from the theater. This movie represents a modern day twist on the original “The Day the Earth Stood Still” (1951). In the first version, an alien visits earth to warn the humans about their impending doom if they cannot abandon
This is not a movie for everyone. Several people walked out of our theater during “Blindness.” Read my review HERE.