Review: Green Lantern

DC comics space cop

THE SETUP: A cocky test pilot (are there other kinds?) with little direction in life is thrust into the role of a Green Lantern – a space cop among an entire Corps. His first big fight – to woo Blake Lively, to be accepted by his new peers, and beat a big yellow bad guy […]

Review: THOR

THE SETUP: A race of aliens, mistaken by Vikings as Norse Gods, enjoy a truce with their enemies the Frost Giants…only to be manipulated into war. That manipulation includes punishing a young, impulsive heir to the throne (Thor played by Chris Hemsworth) by sending him to Earth powerless. While there, he better learn the error […]

Review: No Strings Attached – Guest Blog from Chick Flick Guy

Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher romantic comedy

Please welcome Shae “Chick Flick Guy” Greenfield to Good Film Hunting. Shae has a love for all things romantic comedy – the good, the bad and the movies of Kate Hudson. Thankfully, to cover this underappreciated genre, he will be stepping to guest blog from time to time to save me from spending my time […]

Review: Black Swan

Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman as ballets

With a combination of Natalie Portman’s best performance to date and a captivating storyline, Black Swan is a great thriller that will get under your skin. In a good way. [youtube]5jaI1XOB-bs[/youtube] Director Darren Aronofsky follows up The Wrestler with a ballet horror movie. Can’t say the man likes to play it safe. Intense, emotional, sad. […]

Review: Brothers

Natalie Portman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Toby Maguire

Brothers is heart-wrenching.  Heart-wrenching and painful, full of loss and regret and rebuilding your life and what a person will do to get back to their family.  It’s a lot of things but most of all it’s a damn good movie.  A very simple plot with the depth some of the best actors today can […]