Review: Date Night

Date Night works by pairing two comedy greats together, letting them do what they do best, fills the supporting cast with some great actors, and doesn’t drag at all over its crisp runtime. The premise is easy to grasp by simply watching a trailer or TV spot, a suburban couple, the Fosters, goes into the […]

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Suggestion Box (Nov. 9 – 16)

Clash of the Titans Trailer – Yay violence, mythology, creatures and CGI. Check it out here. Date Night Trailer – Two of TV’s best comedians finally come together for this film. Should be great. Check out Tina Fey and Steve Carell here. Green Zone Trailer – Matt Damon doing what he does best. Check it […]

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Review: The Invention Of Lying

Ricky Gervais makes his American writing and directing debut with the help of Matthew Robinson and the results are a dramedy that doesn’t deliver the laugh a minute pace you might be expecting, but it doesn’t try to and it works fairly well. The premise of the film is very high concept and takes place […]

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Review: Ponyo

Hayao Miyazaki’s latest is given the A+ voice over treatment for American audiences with the help of John Lasseter and the results are a beautiful looking animated tale full of wonder and imagination that is a bit all over the place and can’t sustain it’s full run time. Sosuke is a young boy that lives […]

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Review: Baby Mama

Tina Fey’s second effort at writing for the big screen is a fairly successful comedy, that doesn’t live up to her comedy chops on 30 Rock. Directed by Michael McCullers, Baby Mama follows the story of Kate Holbrook (Fey), a hard working 30 something that has never had time for a child or family as […]

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