Lauren and Zac discuss the latest Disney Animation entry and it should be right up their alley, but is it?Read more "HST…Film Review: Wreck-It Ralph"
Hey guys! Lauren here with the news that I am going to be changing things up a bit on my end. The majority of the time I try to write a review for any movie that I am watching for the first time, but as I have been going on that has been getting a […]Read more "A Delayed Response – Nine; The Young Victoria; Avatar: The Last Airbender (TV Series); Party Down"
The latest Shrek film greatly improves upon the abysmal third film and while it feels a tad to greatest hits and unoriginal it is solid fun and works when it isn’t trying to use pop songs for humor. Shrek is a bit tired of family life and the routine and while he loves his family […]Read more "Review: Shrek Forever After"
Every year there is a day that seems more beautiful than most, a day that has been done the great injustice by not being named a holiday. What is this holy moment of divinity? The start of the fall season of television. So You Think You Can Dance Though I am more than pleased that […]Read more "Wednesday in TV – SYTYCD and Glee Premieres"
Nora Ephron’s adaptation of two books connected to the life and teachings of the chef Julia Child is an often hilarious yet a bit overly long tale that overall is quite the success in the end and carries one of the finest performances of the year. Julie Powell is a wannabe writer. Having written half […]Read more "Review: Julie & Julia"
The third film in the trilogy is superior to the awful second, but doesn’t have the heart and all around quality of the first film in the series; and it utilizes the use of 3-D fairly well in a couple of key action scenes. Diego, Manny, and Sid are all living together in there own […]Read more "Review: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs"
David Wain’s latest is a vast improvement from the hit or miss The Ten, but also doesn’t come close to the awesome amazingness of Wet Hot American Summer; though remains a solid comedy entry in its own right. Danny (Paul Rudd) and Wheeler (Seann William Scott) are co-workers who go around everyday giving presentations to […]Read more "Review: Role Models"