Cinema Siren

Leslie Combemale is Cinema Siren, here to guide film lovers through a sea of celluloid. Watch her video reviews, including exclusive access to actor and director interviews, on YouTube! (Cinema Siren on YouTube) Cinema Siren's reviews are published nationally on - just find your local Patch page and search keywords Cinema Siren. But to keep things easy, her reviews are also always posted right here on Check back with us regularly as there is always something new!

Infinitely Polar Bear Review and Exclusive Interview


Infinitely Polar Bear Review and Exclusive Interview   Mark Ruffalo committed to an indie flick written and directed by director Maya Forbes for good reason. Watch my interview with her and my review of the movie that chronicles her childhood

Inside Out Review: Invention and Influence make for a fantastic flick!


Inside Out Review: Invention and Influence make for a fantastic flick! Cinema Siren reviews the new Pixar release, talks about the influences it uses from Disney history, and shares some interviews with director Pete Docter, and actress Amy Poehler:  

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Review: Gut-wrenching Indie Fun!


Just what does it take to build a film that is at once reverential of movie classics, a coming-of-age comedy, and a movie about loss? Find out with Cinema Siren’s video review of one of the best films this year:

Jurassic World spoiler-free review: clumsy but still has teeth

Jurassic World poster

Jurassic World spoiler-free review: clumsy but still has teeth Back in 1993 Steven Spielberg released what has become a new classic with the feature film version of writer Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park. A potentially worthy sequel to this beloved favorite,

Entourage Movie Review-True Bromance

Entourage stars together

Here is the transcript for you readers out there: Entourage Movie Review-True Bromance A movie based on a successful TV show need only do one thing for itself to be successful. For entourage capturing the character of its leads and

Aloha movie review – No magic, no mana in Crowe’s new release


So much negative press for this movie before it was released.  They changed the date from December 25th of last year.  The Sony leaks revealed head honchos thought it was unsalvageable.  Then critics were shown the film two days before

TOMORROWLAND – With Disney’s new sci-fi, Is Brad Bird flying too high?

Cinema Siren reviews Tomorrowland

How much does the power of hope influence the course of our lives?  Is pessimism a destructive force?  Is optimism & positivity essential to our future? Brad Bird says so, and shows it in Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney, Hugh Laurie,

Mad Spectacular Max-Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Review

Mad Max driving

Cinema Siren reviews Fury Road and includes interviews with Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy, director George Miller, and Nicholas Hoult. Those who love the  Mad Max franchise will love it, those who hate car chase movies, but love arty, intense films

The Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Review: So “X”citing


  The Avengers: Age of Ultron, directed by Joss Whedon releases this week. Does it measure up to the first Avengers film? Does the addition of Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and Vision add to the story? How will new information about

The Age of Adaline Review: Is pretty enough to save a romance movie?

Cinema Siren The Age of Adaline review

    Cinema Siren-The Age of Adaline review:  the counter programming to Avengers: The Age of Ultron. So much pretty and so little real substance. Thank goddess for the older actors. And who greenlit that narration? Watch it now! [cinemasiren] Want