Doug Reviews: Youth (2015)

Youth, the latest film from Writer-Director Paolo Sorrentino, focuses on legacy, getting older, and hanging onto youth. But, will it make you feel like you’re aging as you watch it? Continue reading

Doug Reviews: The Last Witch Hunter (2015)

Vin Diesel brings his love of Dungeons & Dragons to cinemas with Director Breck Eisner’s The Last Witch Hunter. Is it the fresh fantasy epic we need or just another retread? Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Kingsman: The Secret Service

kingsman-poster-mainLoosely based on the comic book series The Secret Service by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, Kingsman: The Secret Service is Director Matthew Vaughn’s latest attempt to shake up the comic book film genre. Does he succeed or is this another forgettable entry in an ever-expanding genre? Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Interstellar

interstellar-poster-2Let me be upfront at the start of this review: Christopher Nolan is my favorite filmmaker working right now. So, I’m always looking forward to whatever he’s got lined up. He’s a director at the top of his game, producing smart, visually stunning blockbusters. His last film, The Dark Knight Rises, made some missteps as he wrapped up his Dark Knight Trilogy, but he has mostly bounced back with his latest film, Interstellar. Continue reading