The DUFF suffers from a self fulfilling prophecy thanks to the title, becoming the Designated Ugly Fat Friend introducing you to the world of high school hierarchy films, when what you really want to be watching is something as pretty and popular as Mean Girls and Easy A.Read more "Film Review: The DUFF"
The Hangover Part III is a step in the right direction, it is just such a long walk back to being good after Part II.Read more "Film Review: The Hangover Part III"
Michael Bay trades giant robots for body builders in this outlandish true crime tale that follows some of the dumbest characters you will ever encounter.Read more "Film Review: Pain & Gain"
Whether you’re a fan of Transformers or Michael Bay, there is a strong likelihood that Transformers: A Tribute to Michael Bay will not disappoint you. However, if you are a fan of quality film making, then maybe it’s time to finally skip out on the Transformers series. Okay, so most of you probably know that […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Transformers: Dark of the Moon"
The Hangover Part II could have easily been one of the best comedies of the summer, but instead of embracing the challenge of besting the first film, it hides behind the popularity of its predecessor, becoming nothing more than an uninspired copy. The film opens up on Phil exclaiming that “it happened again,” and these […]Read more "Still Playing Review – The Hangover Part II"
The Hangover Part II is a lazy, uncreative, and terrible film that improves nothing upon the first film and in fact it copies the original almost note for note to painful affect. You know the story, (no, literally, it’s exactly the same) Stu, Phil, and Alan go out and get so messed up that they […]Read more "Review: The Hangover Part II"
No matter who you go with, when it comes to vacations some fighting and mishaps are bound to happen, but usually there are enough good moments to balance out, if not overpower, the bad. Couples Retreat tries to show these moments of both ups and downs (well, mainly downs), but in the end the trip […]Read more "Rental Review – Couples Retreat"
Todd Phillips returns to form after a series of floundering pics with this bachelor party gone bad comedy that keeps the jokes coming and rarely misses a beat from start to finish. Doug is getting married and the male celebration commences with his son to be brother in law Alan, and best friends Stu and […]Read more "Review: The Hangover"
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"