Kill Bill: Volume 1 – Review

October 4, 2004

This modern day Samurai tale reminds me of Evil Dead II in its depiction of impossible grievous bodily harm, and KB is every bit as sick/fun. An absolute blast.

Once Upon A Time In Mexico – Review

May 23, 2004

While Once Upon a Time in Mexico is a noble attempt to take the flagrantly ridiculous and blend it with the serious, that’s only worked once: John Woo’s The Killer.

Wait Until Dark – Review

September 1, 1998

So, how did Marisa Tomei compare to Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, who played the famous blind character in the film versions? Quite well.

From Dusk Till Dawn – Review

March 1, 1996

A movie made for a certain type of audience and was made by serious philes of the horror/gore/violence/dark-comedy realm, of which Tarantino is a die-hard fan.

Desperado – Review

March 1, 1996

Antonio Banderas shines as a sweaty, 6 Ft., 200 lb. Spanish diesel who pumps lead into Mexican outlaws and romances a scrumptious señiorita.

Four Rooms – Review

February 1, 1996

Set in a hotel on New Year’s Eve, the film follows a bellhop named Ted (played by Tim Roth) as he caters to a group of unusual guests.

Reservoir Dogs – Review

February 1, 1995

While not nearly as slick as Pulp Fiction, it’s just as packed with raw violence tempered with sweet, mundane dialogue and incongruous hilarity.

True Romance – Review

February 1, 1994

True Romance is an uproarious, gory, rollercoaster ride. It’s a heart warming, sexy, romantic comedy trapped in the body of an action movie.