Twee's Company! Wes Anderson's Love Story, Moonrise Kingdom, Reviewed.

1. Wes Anderson is considered by many to be a cold, dispassionate filmmaker more interested in creating miniature worlds to run around and play in than creating well-rounded, relatable human beings to inhabit them. You constantly hear the word "dollhouse" referenced when people discuss Anderson, a twee boy constructing… » 5/23/12 5:58pm 5/23/12 5:58pm

Is Not Good For Me. The Dictator, Reviewed.

1. There's a scene toward the end of The Dictator when you can see, finally, why Sacha Baron Cohen decided to wrap a whole movie around Admiral General Aladeen, the ruthless, clueless dictator of fictional country Wadiya. Without giving away any plot details, Aladeen is speaking to the United Nations about how good… » 5/15/12 6:36pm 5/15/12 6:36pm

Tim Burton Bottoms Out. Dark Shadows, Reviewed.

1. How was there ever a time that we considered Tim Burton weird? He certainly isn't weird now—give this guy a slight haircut and he's essentially an insurance salesman—but in retrospect, knowing the bloated, self-satisfied cookie-cutter hack Burton turned out to be makes one wonder what all the excitement was about in … » 5/09/12 3:14pm 5/09/12 3:14pm