Review: Bridesmaids

Bridesmaids is a sweet, honest, kind of said but often hilarious look at friendship and marriage on the female side of things, led wonderfully by the always great Kristen Wigg. The friendship between Annie and Lillian has been for as long as they can remember and when the later is in line to get married […]

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Review: Despicable Me

Despicable Me is a bland effort around an interesting idea that barely salvages itself from travesty with a pretty decent finale. The film follows Gru, a villain of the world who hasn’t had a note worthy diabolical scheme in some time.  Added to this he has been recently upstaged by a young and upcoming villain, […]

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Rental Review: Extract

For a movie about flavored extract, Extract sure is bland. For the most part, Joel lives a pretty mediocre life. He lives comfortably in his nice house with a nice car in the driveway, but its hard to be content with this with an annoyingly outspoken neighbor and a wife that uses sweat pants as […]

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Review: Whip It

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 […]

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Review: Adventureland

Greg Mottola’s follow up to Superbad shares little in common with that previous film, which isn’t a bad thing as this is an honest and sometimes sweet coming of age tale for a fresh college grad. James has a plan. As his graduation present his parents are supposed to help fund his trip to Europe […]

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Review: Ghost Town

Ricky Gervais teams with David Koepp to make a great debut as a film lead for American audiences in a film that is a bit familiar but fresh and funny enough to keep you entertained. Frank (Greg Kinnear) is walking along the streets of New York having a cell phone conversation with his wife, followed […]

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