Like Michael Bay’s films, we thought this photo might grab your attention. Pat presents three Bay films he can get behind.
Posts by Pat Brown:
Transformers 2 — Minstrels in disguise?
Not only does Transformers 2 kind of suck, it’s also become a soapbox for director Michael Bay.
Online or in the box?
Pat’s opening up to disc-less online mediums, and this week’s new releases are awful, but he still has a couple of physically-manifested older films to recommend.
R.I.P., Death Race‘s Frankenstein
Pat remembers the late, great David Carradine by looking back on his role in Death Race 2000.
When directors go Hollywood
This week, Pat examines the work of director Tom Tykwer, and digs into a Jean-Luc Godard film, as well as Eastwood’s swansong on stage, Gran Torino.
How many movies have you seen?
Out of the 1,800 movies Pat has viewed in his lifetime, he reviews two for us today. What will be the next 1,798? Stay tuned …
Tom Cruise in a film worth watching?
This week our resident DVD specialist considers the merits of Tom Cruise in Valkyrie and, on the other end of the spectrum, the Star Wars-philic comedy Fanboys.
Back in the swing of things
Our resident DVD specialist returns with reviews of Taken, Wendy and Lucy and Star Trek: Trilogy.
Mister Brown explains how he’ll rewatch this final episode slightly less than all the others.
Charlie Kaufman misspells Schenectady in directorial debut
From The Box presents Synecdoche, New York and although it may not be Kaufman’s best, it’s definitely worth watching.