Michael Carlisle


  • Last Vegas

    60-something friends Billy (Michael Douglas), Paddy (Robert De Niro), Archie (Morgan Freeman) and Sam (Kevin Kline) have been best friends since childhood.

  • Portrait of Jason

    Every once in a while there are films that are so strange and alluring you just have to watch them to appease your own morbid curiosity.

  • Muscle Shoals

    You’ve heard the songs a dozen times before and have probably memorized each brilliantly written lyric.

  • 12 Years a Slave

    Over the last few decades Hollywood has made a mockery out of slavery.

  • Jackass presents: Bad Grandpa

    Chances are if you are between the ages of 15-35 you have heard of Jackass and have made or seen a YouTube video re-creating one of their infamous stunts.

  • All is Lost

    Robert Redford began his acting career in the ‘60s, playing small roles on the small screen (Maverick and Perry Mason).

  • Escape Plan

    If there was a poll regarding the best action heroes in the history of film, the #1 and #2 spots would most likely go to Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. They epitomize the North American ideals regarding masculinity; competitive, muscular and totally machismo.

  • The Clock

    Ever since the dawn of cinema, there has been a growing desire to make extremely long films that stand the test of time.

  • M

    There are certain films that can be watched and re-watched over and over again regardless of how much time has passed since their theatrical debut.

  • Captain Phillips

    Tom Hanks’ name is synonymous with great American acting. Throughout his 33-year career the man has acted in a few videogames, a handful of television shows and over 50 feature length films. He has won 69 awards, 2 of which were Best Actor Oscars. With his performance as the title character in Captain Phillips he looks to nab a third.

  • Casting By

    In classic and new wave Hollywood, women’s roles in the entertainment industry were sparse and often reduced to gender stereotypes.

  • Gravity

    Among the cinephiles of the world, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey is considered the greatest science fiction film of all time, while the general public might cite George Lucas’ Star Wars as worthy of holding the title.

  • Special Ed

    Winnipeg has had its share of strange and unusual characters.

  • Don Jon

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a charismatic actor with a wide range of films in his repertoire.

  • Grace Unplugged

    Christianity and film are usually at odds in some way or another.

  • Hannah Arendt

    Throughout film history, German cinema has continued to astound and delight world-wide audiences.

  • Riddick

    Ever since Vin Diesel moved us as the enormous robot in The Iron Giant, the public has had a soft spot for him.

  • ChristCore

    Throughout history, Christianity and music have been at great odds, often bitter enemies.

  • The Grandmaster

    Perhaps the most well known Chinese writer-director in North America, Wong Kar-Wai has made four decades worth of sensational and spell bounding films.

  • Tiny Furniture

    Prior to her critically acclaimed television series Girls, Lena Dunham won film audiences over with her second feature, 2010’s Tiny Furniture.

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