Into the Woods – Review

Movie-goers of all ages have been anxiously waiting for Into the Woods to arrive. Whether they are fans of the original musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine or not, the draw of a star-studded cast portraying their favorite fairytale characters bouncing around in a mash-up of tales (with a bit of a dark spin)... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Looper

Angela and I share our thoughts on Rian Johnson's new time travel/sci-fi film Looper. It's a grand ol' time filled with lots of fawning and gushing. And that's just over Joseph Gordon Levitt! We briefly mention the film as well, so don't worry. JKJK, y'all! It was hard to talk about this film with spoiling... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Your Sister’s Sister

Mark Duplass is having a great year. He co-wrote/directed Jeff, Who Lives At Home, one of my favorite films of the year so far, and starred in Safety Not Guaranteed, and Lynn Shelton's new film, Your Sister's Sister. In Sister, Duplass plays Jack, a guy who has been having a shitty year following the death... Continue Reading →

Win Passes to See YOUR SISTER’S SISTER in Dallas TX With Director Lynn Shelton!

Win a screening pass for you and a guest to see Your Sister's Sister in Dallas, TX! The Director Lynn Shelton will be there to do a Q and A afterwards. SYNOPSIS: The fourth feature from Sundance award-winning filmmaker Lynn Shelton, YOUR SISTER'S SISTER is a tale of grief, romance and sibling rivalry that continues to showcase Shelton's extraordinary ability to portray... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Five-Year Engagement

The Five Year Engagement is the new film from Nicholas Stoller who previously directed both Forgetting Sarah Marshall and it's quasi-sequel Get Him To The Greek. Neither of which I particularly enjoyed that much, but I genuinely enjoyed The Five-Year Engagement. As usual, it was created not by just Stoller, but his longtime creative partner,... Continue Reading →

Lost in Previews: Looper

You may ask yourself, seeing a photo of Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper, is that really JGL?  Yes, it is.  The reason he looks a little different is because he is playing a 30 year younger version of Bruce Willis.  The film involves time travel, hired guns, assassinations, and the mob, all in a science fiction based... Continue Reading →

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