The Best and Worst Movies of 2012

  by Russell Pinkston 2012 is over…and like every year since 1994…it’s time to make my Best of and Worst Movies of the Year list.  I am not your typical critic so I am not impressed by big boring Hollywood dramas.  My Best list will consist of movies that may have made me laugh, made me cry, sit […]


Movie review by Russell Pinkston Woody Harrelson plays Arthur Poppington, a mentally challege man who by day works for his friend in construction…and by night, keeps the streets safe as the superhero Defendor.  He searches for his nemesis,  the evil Captain Industry, who Arthur believes to have killed his mother when he was a child.  […]

John Carter

Movie Review by Russell Pinkston An ex Confederate soldier on the run from the Union Army headed by Colonel Powell (Bryan Cranston) and Indians John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) hides in a cave.  The Colonel pursues him inside.  They encounter a strange man who John is forced to shoot.  John finds a necklace and medallion on the guy and while […]

Dream House

Movie Review by Russell Pinkston Will Atenton (Daniel Craig) is a book publisher who lives with his wife and kids in the suburbs.  Seems normal enought but strange things begin happening.   He and his wife Libby (Rachel Weisz) sees and chases a peeping tom, he catches goth kids hanging out in his basement.     The cops […]

A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

  Movie Review by Russell Pinkston Eric (Jason Sudeikis) loves throwing parties (usually with some kind of theme) with his friends at his dad’s (Don Johnson) beach house.  But when his dad decides to put the house up for sale Eric and his friends realize the party might soon be over forever.   Together with his best […]

Project X

Movie review by Russell Pinkston Two friends, Costa (Oliver Cooper) and J.D. (Jonathan Daniel Brown) decide they must throw a birthday party for their friend Thomas’ (Thomas Mann) 17th birthday. Dax (Dax Flame) is recruited to film the group and party. Costa decides to invite the entire school to the party at Thomas’ house while […]


Movie review by Russell Pinkston Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) is a 12 year boy living with his father in Paris during the early 1930’s. His father, a clockmaker (Jude Law) finds an automaton (a chrome metal robot) in a museum and together they begin to fix it. But his father dies in a fire and […]

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

  Movie review by Russell Pinkston JedI Master Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and his apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) escort Queen Amidala (Natalie Portman) while she deals with a trade dispute and a rebellion against her.  Darth Vader, Anakin Skywalker is just a boy and a slave.   Qui-Gon Jinn takes young Anakin under his wing as he feels Anakin is destined […]

Act of Valor

  Movie review by Russell Pinkston   A CIA agent (Roselyn Sánchez) is taken hostage, tortured and held captive.   The United States sends in an elite group of men, Navy SEALs ) to rescue her.   Alot of terrorists are shot in the head. This movie stars actual active duty Navy SEALs (their names are being withheld for […]

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

  Movie Review by Russell Pinkston   Kumar (Kal Penn) is still getting stoned and shucking responsibility.   His friend Harold (John Cho) has moved on, gotten married and became a successful businessman.  Since he has gotten married he doesn’t smoke weed and hasn’t seen or hung out with his friend Kumar in a couple of years.   A mysterious gift is […]

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