Release Date: June 19, 2012 (Limited) Director: Andrew Edison MPAA Rating: R A “bindlestiff” is hobo who carries a bindle – that is, the cloth bag on the end of stick with the hobo’s belongings in it. What does that have to do with this movie? Nothing. The film also purports to be three teenagers’ several-day living-out of J. D. Salinger’s seminal novel Catcher in the Rye. This, too, has nothing to do with the film’s plot. So what is this movie about? It is a raunchy, profanity-laced stepchild

‘Extraterrestrial’ Review 3/10

‘Extraterrestrial’ Review

Release Date:  June 15, 2012 (Limited)
Currently Showing via Video OnDemand Platforms
Director:  Nacho Vigalondo
MPAA Rating:  NR
Film Pulse Score:  3/10

Extraterrestrial will frustrate you if you expect a science-fiction film.  Instead, be

‘Klown’ Review 7.5/10

‘Klown’ Review

Release Date: July 27, 2012 (Limited)
Director: Mikkel Nørgaard
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 7.5/10

Based on a Danish television program, Klovn: The Movie, or Klown, as it’s titled in the US, plays like

‘Rock of Ages’ Review 6.5/10

‘Rock of Ages’ Review

Release Date: June 15, 2012
Director: Adam Shankman
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 6.5/10

There were moments during Rock of Ages when I couldn’t tell whether I was just watching a bad movie or

‘That’s My Boy’ Review 4/10

‘That’s My Boy’ Review

Release Date: June 15, 2012
Director: Sean Anders
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 4/10

That’s My Boy, the new Adam Sandler-Andy Samberg vehicle, is a movie designed to solely introduce audiences to what is

‘Prometheus’ Review 7.5/10

‘Prometheus’ Review

Release Date: June 8, 2012
Director: Ridley Scott
MPAA Rating: R
Film Pulse Score: 7.5/10

In 1979, a young filmmaker by the name of Ridley Scott created a science fiction/horror film titled Alien. The movie

‘Take This Waltz’ Review 6.5/10

‘Take This Waltz’ Review

Release Date:  June 29, 2012 (Limited)
Currently Showing via Video OnDemand
Director:  Sarah Polley
MPAA Rating:  R
Film Pulse Score:  6.5/10

Take This Waltz is Canadian actress Sarah Polley’s sophomore outing as a director after showing remarkable

BULLY Review 8.5

BULLY Review

Both heart-wrenching and maddening, Bully stands as not only a well-crafted documentary, but a call for action against an epidemic that seems to go unnoticed by school boards, law enforcement, and government officials. It’s a film that simply needs to be seen by the masses, and looked upon as a testament that change must occur.

‘Piranha 3DD’ Review 1.5

‘Piranha 3DD’ Review

Two years ago audiences and critics alike were pleasantly surprised when they went to go see the remake of the cult classic 70's flick Piranha. The film was funny, clever, outrageously violent, and made very good use of 3D technology. Clocking in a very respectable 73 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and banking over $83 million worldwide, the film was a sleeper hit. Of course, with the success of the first, a sequel was inevitable, and most people surmised it would not be as a critical or commercial success, but what people didn't know, was how horrendous it would actually be.

BERNIE Review 9


Richard Linklater’s latest film appeared on the festival circuit almost a year ago and finally made it to theaters everywhere last week. It is not only one of the best films currently in theaters, but I promise it is one of the best films of the year so far. Based on Skip Hollandsworth’s 1998 Texas Monthly article about Carthage, Texas, resident Bernie Tiede, Bernie is told in a docudrama style.