Reel Shorts | Spring Breakers

22 03 2013


No director captures the exploitative and voyeuristic aspects of teen life like Harmony Korine. Almost 20 years after writing the cult classic, Kids, Korine has channeled his focus on an annual rite of passage and centered the story on four bored college students who want more excitement than school can offer in the thriller, Spring Breakers. Read the rest of this entry »


Reel Shorts | Admission

22 03 2013


A Princeton admissions officer who is up for a major promotion takes a professional risk after she meets a college-bound alternative school kid who just might be the son she gave up years ago in a secret adoption in the dramedy, Admission. Read the rest of this entry »

Reel Shorts | Bump

15 03 2013


Movie geek and DC film critic, Kevin “BDK” McCarthy has spent many of nights sitting in theaters with me watching and reviewing films over the last several years. Now comes my time to flip the tables on my buddy as he has made his first short film, Bump and I get to critique HIS work!!! Read the rest of this entry »

Reel Shorts | The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

15 03 2013

Steve Carell’s latest magic comedy, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is reviewed on the BIG show, Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.

Reel Shorts | The Call

15 03 2013

Halle Berry’s latest film, The Call, gets the FilmGordon treatment as it was reviewed on the BIG show, Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.

Reel Shorts | Upside Down

15 03 2013

This week on the BIG show, The Movie Mob (critics Travis Hopson and Omar Moore) joined host Tim Gordon to discuss the romantic fantasy, Upside Down on Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.

Reel Shorts | Hope Springs

8 08 2012

Cynthia Fuchs | PopMatters

“Who in here is not having sex?” As Karen (Elizabeth Shue) asks her customers at the bar she’s tending in Great Hope Springs, Maine, the camera looks out over a room full of shaggy fellows and sturdy women. Gathered on a sunny afternoon, they duck their heads and raise their hands, then all smile and toast themselves. The stranger in town, Kay (Meryl Streep), looks surprised, then pleased. She’s just confessed her sad secret to Karen—that she’s not having sex with her husband of 31 years—but now, in this supportive crowd, the crisis suddenly seems less acute. Read the rest of this entry »