Office Christmas Party – Review

Clay Vanstone (T.J. Miller) is the boss of a branch of Zenotek, a lovable oaf, and one hell of a party guy, but not the best at running a responsible business. His sister and CEO of Zenotek, Carol (Jennifer Anniston), comes just in time for the holidays to tell Clay that she plans on closing... Continue Reading →

The Gift 2015 – Spoiler-Free Review

The Gift harkens back to the stalker-thrillers of the early 1990’s, fitting right in with the likes of Pacific Heights, The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, and Unlawful Entry. Though we’ve seen our share of this style of film, Joel Edgerton makes The Gift feel new and chilling in his directorial debut. Simon (Jason Bateman)... Continue Reading →

Movie Review – Horrible Bosses 2

Three years ago, I was caught off guard by the surprisingly funny Horrible Bosses. But, at the end of my review, I specifically mention that a sequel probably wouldn't be the right move. Horrible Bosses had the fun premise of, "Ever wish your boss were dead?" Horrible Bosses 2 isn't about killing your boss and the villains... Continue Reading →

Week in the News: June 23rd – 29th

  Pixar's Monsters University is dominating the the box office this weekend with more than $139M overall since it premiered; while the recently released White House Down is poised to have a a very weak opening weekend.  As of this writing the action-thriller starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx has earned an estimated $9M in... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Identity Thief

Identity Thief is one of those movies that promises you a wacky ride, and doesn't disappoint. That is, if "wacky" to you means low humor, slapstick, blunders, fat jokes, and lots of zany antics. Identity Thief also throws in a menagerie of unresolved side plots and weak dramatics, making me believe the title should be... Continue Reading →

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