Moshe Kasher: Live in Oakland (2012)

Nov 13, 2012 by Mr. Nau Moshe Kasher returns to his hometown in this hilarious, raunchy standup that covers a range of politically-incorrect observations and very smart jokes. With some really effective digs at all kinds of people, particularly himself, and lots of sex jokes, Moshe delivers a side-splitting routine for the smart kids. Grade: […]

Terra Nova (2011)

Nov 12, 2012 by Mr. Nau In this science fiction series, time travel enables refugees from dystopian 2149 to resettle the Earth of 85 million years in the past. Our story focuses on an exiled detective who keeps the peace as he learns his way around Terra Nova, the colony established in the dinosaur-filled world. […]

Inception (2010)

Nov 11, 2012 by Mr. Nau This mind-bending science fiction thriller hits all the right targets — an engrossing story about a man who steals secrets by invading dreams, a thick sense of danger at every turn, uncountable layers of intrigue, rich and nuanced world-building, and a talented cast that brings it all to life. […]

The Air I Breathe (2007)

Nov 10, 2012 by Mr. Nau Four separate stories converge in this dark crime drama inspired by an ancient Chinese proverb. The four stories include that of a desperate bank employee (Forest Whitaker), an insightful enforcer (Brendan Fraser), a sad pop starlet (Sarah Michelle Gellar), a smitten doctor (Kevin Bacon), and a ruthless mobster (Andy […]

Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010)

Nov 03, 2012 by Mr. Nau A group of hot young Australians are conveniently away on from their small hometown on a camping trip when a large hostile military force invades their country. This goofy, juvenile war fantasy takes its entire playbook from Red Dawn. It was far better the first time around in the […]

World Traveler (2001)

Nov 01, 2012 by Mr. Nau Billy Crudup stars in this sleepy road trip drama as Cal, an unlikeable Manhattan architect who bails on his son’s third birthday to drink, chase skirt, and eventually seek out his long-lost father. Despite a talented cast and wonderful cinematography, this character study takes too long to get moving. […]