Find out what films are playing locally near Norwood this weekend, and come back and tell us what movie you saw, what you thought about it and how many stars out of five you would give the film.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Editors from nearby Patches weigh in on their favorite movies of 2012.
Editor's Note: The following is part of a special "end-of-the-year" series in which local editors from your nearby Patch towns highlight their favorites in various topics. Ben Paulin - Editor, Walpole Patch "The Dark Knight Rises" was my favorite movie of 2012. I love all three movies in the trilogy, and while the "Dark Knight" was my favorite of the three, "Dark Knight Rises" was a close second. It was action packed and Bane was a great villain. Jeff Sullivan - Editor, Mansfield Patch "Seven Psychopaths." There were a lot of great movies this year, and they all catered to a specific demographic/genre. "Twilight" was for hopeless romantics, "The Avengers" was for geeks, "Lincoln" was for history buffs and "Les Miserables" was for …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
I'm not a man. I'm not a man at all... These men are men.
The Oscars are over. And what a great night it was. I was pretty darn close on my predictions, and I looked absolutely stunning in my 'off the shoulder' Vera Wang rip-away tuxedo and my Jimmy Choo shoes... OK, you caught me in a lie, I wore pajamas. They were very nice though, they had "Transformers" prints all over them. Now, this is what Matty W. Kelley, a boy, talks about. Childish stuff. Movies and robots are the immature thoughts that flow through my tiny, little, pea-sized brain. This is because I like to think that life is simple. But life isn't simple. Not for everyone. There are men and women out there risking their lives for our country. They are risking their lives for our families and friends. They are risking their lives so I …
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Johnny Depp's latest film, the animated Rango is a modern day western well worth watching.
It is apropos that Johnny Depp, the chameleon actor who has given so many memorable and varied performances over the years in both the mainstream (Alice in Wonderland, Pirates of the Caribbean) and in what I believe to be unequivocally his two finest and certainly most underappreciated films, Dead Man and Ed Wood is playing just that; a chameleon in his latest foray into animated film, Rango. Rango sees Depp again teaming up with Pirates director Gore Verbinski. Though Rango at first whiff smells like a pet project that the two may have conceived together simply because they could, it proves to be anything but. Rango is an original and unpredictable homage to the western genre and most certainly Sergio Leone’s Man With no Name trilogy. It…