- Team Smack Goes Sidewise
- The Fault In Our Stars (2014) vs. The Spectacular Now (2013)
- The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital? 3-7-14
- Her (2013) vs. Lost in Translation (2003)
- Saving Mr. Banks (2013) vs. Finding Neverland (2004)
- American Hustle (2013) vs. The Informant (2009)
- Dallas Buyers Club (2013) vs. Philadelphia (1993)
- All is Lost (2013) vs. Gravity (2013)
- Surrounded by Enemies: What if Kennedy Survived Dallas? (2013) vs. 11/22/63: A Novel (2012)
- 12 Years a Slave (2013) vs. Django Unchained (2012)
- Captain Phillips (2013) vs. United 93 (2006)
- The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital? 10-4-13
- Scott Wiliams on 3:10 to Yuma (2007) -vs- Unforgiven (1992)
- Wonder Boys - The Autodidact in the Attic on Smart People (2008) -vs- Wonder Boys (2000)
- Poze on Gone Baby Gone (2007) -vs- Mystic River (2003)
- Jan M Berkowitz on Albert Nobbs: A Cross-Dressing Downton Abbey
- feminized cannabis seeds on Savages (2012) -vs- Scarface (1983)
- www.amazon.com on Santa’s 2007 Movie Smackdown!
- Poze on Australia (2008) -vs- Moulin Rouge! (2001)
- Landlords Insurance With Legal Cover on Micmacs (2009) -vs- A Very Long Engagement (2004)
- Mackenzie on The Drop: What’s New in Theaters, Disc and Digital?
- Cassie on Cowboys & Aliens (2011) -vs- Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)
Tag Archives: ’70’s
Who doesn’t love Matt Damon and Christian Bale?
(Okay, probably this guy doesn’t love Bale so much, and Minnie Driver still might be holding a grudge against Damon…But just go with me on this…)
And who doesn’t love when big stars like Matt Damon and Christian Bale ugly themselves up with bad hairpieces and weight gains and cheesy facial hair for a scruffy little indie role?
And who doesn’t love period offbeat indie comedies based on true stories in which the aforementioned uglied-up big stars like Matt Damon and Christian Bale play real-life dudes who started working undercover with the Feds to catch criminals, only to turn out to be unreliable and devious and driven by their own agendas?
And who doesn’t love when original mavericks of low-budget filmmaking like Steven Soderbergh and David O. Russell return to their indie roots and make…what I just said above? Continue reading