Film Review: Colossal

If I had to use just one word to describe Colossal, it would be “unique,” but I’m going to use a whole lot more. Colossal is a darkly funny, dramatic, unpredictable, and a slightly emotional film that manages to look at some heavy material in a considerate manner; despite it’s absolutely absurd premise. Anne Hathaway […]

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For Your Renting Pleasure

In this week of rentals I found myself disappointed with many of this years “better” comedies, where two other films ending up where I expected them to be.  If you’re considering renting The Alphabet Killer, Horrible Bosses, Your Highness, or Win Win then read my thoughts before making your choice this coming weekend.

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Review: Hall Pass

The latest from the Farrelly Brothers has a bit of an identity crisis, it doesn’t know if it wants to be crude (which rarely works here) or sweet (which does kind of work) and it never finds the right balance. A Hall Pass is a week off from marriage with no consequences for any and […]

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Review: Going the Distance

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 […]

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Review: The Bounty Hunter

The Bounty Hunter is a blah effort that while not absolutely horrible, is no where near being good either.  The film’s identity crisis only fuels this mediocre effort at best. Milo and Nicole are ex-husband and wife and haven’t seen each other since the divorce.  Nicole works for a local paper and is on the […]

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