Roger Ebert and Armond White review Marc Forster’s World War Z! Continue reading WORLD WAR Z: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Ebert & Armond review Antoine Fuqua’s “Olympus Has Fallen.” Continue reading OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Roger Ebert & Armond White review Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Side Effects’, starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Channing Tatum Continue reading SIDE EFFECTS : Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Roger Ebert & Armond White review ‘The Call’, starring Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin! Continue reading THE CALL : Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Today’s review: Andrés Muschietti’s ‘Mama’ Roger Ebert is the world’s most respected film critic. Armond White is its least. See what happens when they hang out every week here at At The Buzzer with Gary Sundt’s new comic-review hybrid, “Ebert & … Continue reading MAMA: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Roger Ebert is the world’s most respected film critic. Armond White is its least. See what happens when they hang out every week here at At The Buzzer with Gary Sundt’s new web comic-movie review hybrid, “Ebert & Armond: At … Continue reading SKYFALL: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
Hey At The Buzzer fans! Gary Sundt, the movie critic who never posts, here with a special video I made in honor of Lana Del Rey’s recent lyrics about Pepsi-Cola. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, please click … Continue reading NSFW – Lana Del Rey Pepsi Challenge!
“This ain’t your daddy’s comic book movie, but rather an apocalyptic vision of a terrorist whose only goal is to have the city tear itself apart.” Continue reading Rack Focus: The Dark Knight Rises
Director Timur (Wanted) Bekmambetov’s Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter should be the type of hoot-and-holler horror flick where my nearest and nerdiest friends can get together and cheer as our 16th president slaughters droves of the undead. Why, then, did I mostly dislike what I saw? This isn’t a film that has anything insightful to say about slavery or the Civil War, and I’ve celebrated more tacky and tasteless schlock than this (which reassigns some of history’s most significant deaths — Lincoln’s mother, for one — to bloodsuckers rather than bad milk). Based on the novel written by Seth Grahame-Smith (who also wrote the screenplay), the film’s problems can be chalked up to discordant dialogue and problematic plot holes that devalue his promising high-concept.
“While 75% of this movie works so completely well, the remaining quarter of the movie’s elements range from confusing to annoying to downright stupid.” Continue reading Rack Focus: Prometheus