Sometime during your spree of 10 Star Wars: The Force Awakens viewings this weekend, consider being a force for good by seeing Sisters. Sisters equals happiness, which is the opposite of anger. And we all know what anger is on the path to.Read more "Film Review: Sisters"
Inherent Vice is an epic and hazy descent into a weird and wonderful 70’s LA world and Paul Thomas Anderson happily takes us there.Read more "Film Review: Inherent Vice"
Big Hero 6 is Disney’s best animated film in years, with a great pro science message that kids need to experience as much as they need to meet Baymax.Read more "Dissecting Big Hero 6"
The Way Way Back is carried by its performances of a few key cast members as its weak script would come crashing down without them.Read more "Film Review: The Way, Way Back"
With so much of my (Lauren’s) personality constructed by Television, from PBS shows of my childhood to everything Joss Whedon that influenced my sense of humor and sarcasm, it’s no surprise that every year I get pretty excited for the pilots making their attempt to gain viewers. Not only that, but sometimes I go crazy […]Read more "HST’s Best of 2011: Television"
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 […]Read more "Review: Bridesmaids"
If there is anything to take from Bridesmaids, it is that being the Maid of Honor sucks (which I hope my best friend will remember when I am most likely crying my eyes out over all I have to do for her when the day comes). More importantly, and more relavent, it’s the relief that […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Bridesmaids"
Sam Mendes quickly returns with his latest film which is the anti thesis to his previous Revolutionary Road and the results are a fantastic look at parenting filled with heart, humor, and soul all rounded out by fantastic performances from everyone involved. Burt and Verona are in love, they are also having a baby, but […]Read more "Review: Away We Go"