Once again, it is time to catchup with my film reviews. I have been falling way behind, so I am going to run through these super fast.

Kickin’ it Old School – is typical Jaime Kennedy drivel. Funny in places – painful in others. The nods to the 80’s pop culture are fun.
RATING 6 out of 10







28 Weeks Later is a shadow of the original 28 Days Later. Its what happens when you take a groundbreaking original and hand it over to a mainstream movie studio. Uggh.
RATING 5 out of 10







Last of the Mississippi Jukes is an excellent documentary. If you’re a blues fan, you will want to catch this. If you’re not a blues fan – you will be after watching. I’m downloading some of this great music while typing this.
RATING 9 out of 10







95 Miles to Go is a documentary that chronicles a roadtrip by comedian Ray Romano and his long-time friend (and opening act) as they drive between standup gigs. It is one of the most boring documentaries I have ever seen. It is more like a sad promo for his standup routine than anything real. Several of the gags are clearly staged. A real snorer.
RATING 5 out of 10







Martian Child is the new touch-feely film starring John Cusack. In it, he plays a widowed writer that adobts an offbeat 6 year old. It has the makings of a really good movie, but continually falls short. The setups are too schlocky, the acting is too over-the-top drippy, and the story is too predictable. All of the acting by young Bobby Coleman is excellent, the others are just lame.
RATING 6 out of 10