Review By: Bill Graham KUNG FU KILLER, which may or may not arrive for your viewing pleasure under the title Kung Fu Jungle, is the latest martial arts vehicle for perpetual action star Donnie Yen. The film revolves around Yen’s character Hahou Mo who is stuck in prison for murder when a sudden string of crimes attracts his attention. Someone is knocking off martial arts … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Kung Fu Killer” starring Donnie Yen has a few twists thrown in to keep it a bit different from the standard fare
Film Review by: Bill Graham Charm and darkness rarely go hand in hand but "Big Hero 6" doesn’t seem to enjoy just simply being a quality kids movie. Instead, it wants to push some boundaries where it can and take you for the ride. So often I see adults lament animated movies. It’s like they forgot what they were raised on happens to play well across many ages if done right, … [Read more...] about Movie Review: “Big Hero 6” – Go see this film! So charming and funny.
Actors of the up-coming and much anticipated comedy LET'S BE COPS stopped through Dallas, TX last month and got all warm and cozy like with us press folks. Rob Riggle, Damon Wayans Jr., and Jake Johnson were gracious enough to roundtable and inform us of the ins and outs of making this film and on how well they worked together as a team to bring us this movie. Bill Graham makes … [Read more...] about Filmmaker Interview: “Let’s Be Cops” w/ Rob Riggle, Damon Wayans Jr., and Jake Johnson
Review By: Bill Graham When you watch over 300 new films a year, you see trends and similarities all over cinema. The films and genres could be completely different, but you will find the same beats. This is why, inevitably, film auteurs are so lauded by the cinema press. There’s usually something original being played with. They are pushing the boundaries. Their films may … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ by Director Wes Anderson – Refreshing and Unexpected
Review By: Bill Graham Anytime a film becomes an unlikely smash hit, like 2007’s 300, you will see studios try to jump on board. The likely result are films like Clash of the Titans, Immortals, The Legend of Hercules, the upcoming similarly titled Hercules, the failed Conan the Barbarian reboot, Pompeii, and even shows like STARZ’s Spartacus that openly cited 300 as an … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘300 – Rise of An Empire’ – Is it worth your time?