Dan Hubbard

Dan Hubbard has written 9 posts for The American Citizen's Daily

Wreck-It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph is the tale of a video game villain that wants to do right.  Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly, is the bad guy in a popular video game.  In the game, Ralph has to watch every day as the hero of the game is praised and loved.  Ralph is hated and ignored.  Ralph … Continue reading


Let me start this review by stating that I do not like James Bond movies at all.  I never got into any of them, except for maybe Casino Royale.  I didn’t hate the films, but was rather indifferent to them.  After having seen “Skyfall”, I may now very well be a James Bond fan.   … Continue reading

End of Watch

Jake Gyllenhaal and Micheal Pena star as two hotshot cops in a harsh, violent city.  The two officers are envied by their co-workers and respected by the people in the neighborhoods they serve in.  After the partners make a few high profile busts, they attract the attention of a Mexican drug cartel.  The officers then … Continue reading

Killing Them Softly

I went into this film with very high expectations.  I loved the source material, “Cogan’s Trade” by George V. Higgins.  I also tend to like Brad Pitt’s movies.  I didn’t get to see this before a lot of critics panned it, and I was curious as to what could have gone so wrong.  What I … Continue reading


“Frankenweenie” is the latest film from Tim Burton.  Burton returns to form with a wonderful and creepy story in the same vein as “Nightmare Before Christmas.”  Like “Nightmare”, “Frankenweenie” is stop motion animation.  Burton adds a twist though, as he made this film in black and white.  The lack of color might turn off some … Continue reading

Zero Dark Thirty​​

Many people were anxiously awaiting seeing the hunt and death of Osama Bin Laden portrayed on the big screen.  There was a lot of speculation about the movie and whether it would be politically biased or not.  It went through a series of delays, as people were concerned about it effecting the elections in November.  … Continue reading

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey(3D HFR version)​

Since Peter Jackson brought the Lord of the Rings trilogy to life on the big screen, I have been eagerly awaiting someone to tackle The Hobbit.  I was always very curious as to how it would be done, given that The Lord of the Rings has a much darker tone and The Hobbit is more … Continue reading

The Campaign

 I was unable to catch this one In August when it was released.  Fortunately, I live near one of those second run theaters.  I decided to waste part of a morning by watching this latest Will Ferrell offering. First of all, let me preface this by saying that I am a Ferrell fan.  I know … Continue reading

The Man With the Iron Fists

The Man with the Iron Fists is a mindless two-hour movie with plenty of nods to the old Kung Fu flicks.  The violence is over the top, the dialogue is intentionally cheesy, and the soundtrack is fantastic.  The movie was directed by RZA, of Wu-Tang Clan fame.  The Wu-Tang Clan has always referenced classic Kung-Fu … Continue reading

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