If you want to read lengthy, drawn-out reviews of the movies in theaters now (or soon to be) then this isn't the blog you should be reading. Most of the posts from The Other Critic are short, sweet and to the point; that's how we roll here.

We also don't just focus on current movies. Let's face it, there are plenty of good movies that have been made, and sometimes viewers have a tendency to forget that there is more to life than movies in the theaters.

With all that said, please enjoy the short and concise, and sometimes opinionated reviews. If you don't like them, that's okay—we won't hold it against you.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


I'm going to come right out and say this, going against many of the critics reviews. Drive was bad. It was like watching a bipolar film. One minute everything's exciting, the next minute the most exciting thing was searching the faces in the audience to see if anyone else felt the way I did.

This might be okay as a Red Box rental, but I would advise against spending money at the theater to watch it.

—The Other Critic

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