Art imitates life, right? Well, not always. When it comes to sex, much of what you see in movies is pure myth — and we’re not talking about porn which obviously involves sexual fantasies rarely experienced in real life. Mainstream movies often perpetuate what are tantamount to old wive’s tales.
HardyMag rates True Grit as a must see which is sure not to disappoint — whether or not you typically like Westerns. Black Swan is a jarring and surreal experience more akin to a horror film of the most disturbing variety.
We review two recently released movies that both target the male audience.
The summer movie season is coming to a conclusion, but there are three recently released movies which are sure to appeal to HardyMag readers:
Two summer comedies are now hitting theaters, and although they are quite different in nature both are sure to elicit smirks and guffaws. Furthermore, both of these movies are date-friendly, and appropriate even for first dates.
Films to date have taken the form of both documentaries as well as fictional stories, and some have effectively conveyed the horrors of war while others have tanked. The Tillman Story — newly released in theaters now — will surely take its place among the best war movies since 9/11, if not all time.
The Expendables is an action flick on steroids sure to please those who crave gratuitous violence. This movie should not be on the top of your list of date ideas — testosterone is a prerequisite to enjoyment of this ode to glorious mayhem and destruction.
The summer movie season is heating up, and two new major features are now hitting theaters across the country. One is a silly comedy with the other being an action flick, and both are “date-friendly” and have elements to please members of both genders.
As the summer movie season is heating up, it appears that Hollywood is falling back upon its usual mix of action, comedy and chick movies. However, three new movies in theaters nationally provide for fun and imaginative escapes from the myriad depressing issues of the day.
For those of you seeking to take a break from action or fantasy flicks, there are two documentaries now in theaters. Surely to be controversial, these two flicks are certain to be either loved or hated — depending upon your political lenses through which you view them.