Stephen Root

Trumbo review

This fascinatingly tragic film tells the true story of the Hollywood Blacklist and how it unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted people and ruined lives.

Trumbo review

This fascinatingly tragic film tells the true story of the Hollywood Blacklist and how it unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted people and ruined lives.

Bad Milo! review

As far as concepts for fun horrors go, Bad Milo is right up there. Literally. Co-writer/director Vaughan brings us the story of down-trodden Duncan (Marino), a nice guy weighed down...

Sweet Vengeance review (DVD)

Sweet Vengeance (or, as it was screened at Sundance in January, Sweetwater) is a noble, if unremarkable, low-budget indie western from the movie world’s latest filmmaking siblings, the Miller brothers;...

Red State review (Blu-ray)

When three teens head out one night for a gang bang with an older woman they met online, they have no idea what they're heading into.

J Edgar review

Full marks to DiCaprio. He's done a fine job playing the famous FBI chief. He registers just the right amount of determination, arrogance, confidence and paranoia in bringing the character...

Red State review

When three teens head out one night for a gang bang with an older woman they have met online, they have no idea what they're heading into.

Cedar Rapids review (Blu-ray)

Miguel Arteta continues to mine the quirky side of comedy with Cedar Rapids. It feels like this film is a step-up for the director whose previous films include The Good...

Rango review (Blu-ray Triple Play)

Seven years ago, writer John Logan and producer Graham King made The Aviator – a prestige picture helmed by one of America’s greatest living directors, which featured a protagonist with...