Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues doesn’t live up to original, but might have the potential to grow on future viewings; much like its predecessor.Read more "Dissecting Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues"
Lee Daniels’ The Butler is an engaging look through our nation’s racial history, but tries to cram in too much and often focuses on the wrong story over the course of its run time.Read more "Film Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler"
2 Guns is coming out at the tail end of the Summer movie season, but it is one of the more fun and straightforward entries with great turns by its leads, Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.Read more "Dissecting 2 Guns"
OK so I skipped last week, but I would have only had Bachelorette to include and not Stake Land as well, and that just wasn’t worth it. Blame TV and A Storm of Swords!Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Can I just ask this question? Where the heck do these viewing audiences being spied on with night vision goggles in commercials come from? Either they are the jumpiest scaredy-cats on the planet or they are big fat liar faces! That’s right, viewing audiences! I will give you the eye covering, and even occasional muffled […]Read more "Film Review: Straw Dogs"
This new version of Death at a Funeral changes little from its British forbearer while still delivering the big laughs and hitting all the big notes it just drags a bit at times and rarely finds a consistent stride. The premise is simple, a family comes together for the main character’s father’s funeral and many […]Read more "Review: Death at a Funeral"
This new addition to the teen sex comedy genre packs a few pretty good laughs, but ultimately brings little or nothing new to the table. Ian is kind of a dork, he has a couple close friends and a longing for a girls privates. He has an online chat partner where he is posing as […]Read more "Review: Sex Drive"
The first romantic comedy of the year sets the bar high for all the future films in the genre that follow this year. Katherine Heigl tries to continue on the success of last summer’s Knocked Up with this better than average romcom. The story stays fairly traditional and predictable but it does everything very well […]Read more "Review: 27 Dresses"