The Internship is a safe and stereotypical comedy that’s best moments are when it actually breaks away from that formula; not that it really matters.Read more "Film Review: The Internship"
For those of you not keeping track we are about to enter the second half of the year, full of just as many exciting things as the first half. So far some entries have disappointed, some have surprised, and some have lived up to and surpassed expectations so far, so lets keep our fingers crossed […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: 3rd Quarter (July – September)"
The Dilemma is aptly named for what takes place during these 2 hours of movie time. I know what you’re thinking: “What!? A movie title that somehow represents the movie itself!? That’s unheard of!” Shh… I bat your sarcasm away. Yes, the film is named for the obvious dilemma in the plot itself, but unfortunately […]Read more "Now Playing Review – The Dilemma"
The Dilemma is a bit all over the place and doesn’t really know what it wants to be and unfortunately doesn’t embrace the dark side of the film that is kind of interesting. The film follows a pair of friends/business partners that are have an unsuspecting wrench thrown in their relationship when one of them […]Read more "Review: The Dilemma"
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"
Peter Billingsly’s feature debut with screenwriting stars and duo Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau have created a relationship comedy that has a number of interesting points on couples, but really lacks a lot of good humor and drags at a miserable pace for the last forty five minutes or so. Dave, Jason, Shane, and Joey […]Read more "Review: Couples Retreat"
Seth Gordon’s feature debut is unfortunately a lackluster affair, though is saved from being a complete atrocity from the work of Vince Vaughn (though, he has been far, far better at times). Brad and Kate have been a happily unmarried couple for three years now, they are successful, live together, and have no interest in […]Read more "Review: Four Christmases"
Sean Penn directs his first movie in six years and knocks it out of the park. Into the Wild follows the post graduate life of Christopher McCandless, an Emory graduate that decides to give up everything he has and set off on a life of tramping around the country in an attempt to rediscover himself.Read more "Review: Into the Wild"