One quarter ends, another begins. Here is the list you’ve been waiting for! Get excited for what we’re excited for! Mass excitement! Yay!Read more "Looking Ahead to 2014: Third Quarter (July – September)"
The To Do List is a raunchy sex comedy from the female perspective and it does exactly what it wants to do for mostly the best.Read more "Film Review: The To Do List"
Pixar’s first prequel is Monsters University, but where does it stack up against the rest of its catalog; most importantly Monsters, Inc.?Read more "Film Review: Monsters University"
“For Your Renting Pleasure” is back, compiling the movies that I’ve waited till now to see. Looking for something to rent this upcoming weekend? Here are a few selections to either consider or avoid: 10 Years, Lawless, or Ruby Sparks.Read more "For You Renting Pleasure"
To avoid saying something horrible like: “Safety may not be guaranteed, but a heartfelt experience is,” or “You better buckle up for this fantastic ride because your safety isn’t guaranteed,” I am just going to go the simple route (though by including those in this “I wont do this” sentence I still got to include […]Read more "Flim Review: Safety Not Guaranteed"
It’s funny how one guest spot in one music video can peak someone’s interest about a project, artist, or band. Case in point, Parks and Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza. If it wasn’t for her guest spot in Father John Misty’s music video for “Hollywood Forever Cemetary Sings.” If it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t have even […]Read more "Review of Father John Misty’s ‘Fear Fun’"
That’s right! We are back with a new round of questions and answers, this time taking of the ever evolving universe of Scott Pilgrim in order to celebrate the film’s release this weekend (and just how awesome Scott Pilgrim is in general). And this time things get “heated.” Read on to find out why. SPOILERS […]Read more "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World vs. The Comic vs. The Adaptation vs. The Video Game"
Taglines on movie posters are iffy things. They are there to grab your attention if the image on the poster can’t pull that off on its own, with words that are supposed to get you excited as it toots the horn of the film that might not deserve to even have a horn capable of […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World"