Big Miracle is a surprisingly honest and political tale of community that has a bunch of good performances in a compelling story of survival.Read more "Film Review: Big Miracle"
The Fall is coming up on us soon, and with a new season comes great new music (Jacks Mannequin, Common, Drake, and Coldplay just to name a few). But until Autumn gets here, and in celebration of this past summer, we decided to put some of our favorite songs into one giant post. Just a […]Read more "Best Songs of Summer 2011"
Going the Distance is dirty R-rated romantic comedy that has a grounded and believable couple surrounded by a top notch supporting cast equals a funny and entertaining flick. The film follows Erin and Garrett a new couple that meets over a game of Centipede and when they fall harder than expected they decided to keep […]Read more "Review: Going the Distance"
Following the recent release of The Switch, it seems as if we have made yet another step in the right direction of the realistic romantic comedy with Going the Distance. Maybe not quite to the same extent as the former, but way better than that heightened, cookie cutter, romanticized nonsense, none-the-less. When it comes to […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Going the Distance"
Everybody’s Fine is an interesting look at family life for a widower but lacks any real plot or enlightening meaning to really make us admire it beyond its performances. Kirk Jones’ film is a remake of an Italian film of the same name and stars Robert De Niro as said widower, Frank, who decides to […]Read more "Review: Everybody’s Fine"
Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut is a fun, humorous, and uplifting tale that appeals to all audiences with its themes about being yourself and not bashing anyone along the way and it is about as fun as a movie can get when it is firing on all cylinders. Bliss Cavendar is a seventeen year old girl […]Read more "Review: Whip It"
This dramedy that is being sold as some silly romantic comedy is actually pretty serious and interesting look at relationships that works for the most part, outside vindicating the failures of some its characters in the end and warping young girl’s minds. The film follows an ensemble of intertwining characters and couples, for instance Jennifer […]Read more "Review: He’s Just Not That Into You"