The Divergent Series: Allegiant – Review

The Divergent series has it's share of competition in the Young Adult Action/Drama genre. After a dismal sequel I had hope that the third installment would come back with a bang to move Divergent up in the ranks of the genre. Alas, Allegiant offers a valiant effort but lacks the story and grit to make... Continue Reading →

The Martian – Review

The Martian tells the story of Mark Watney (Matt Damon), a botanist/wise-ass serving on the Ares III mission to Mars. Early into their mission of collecting samples, a vicious storm rolls in that forces the crew to abort the mission and begin the return journey home. Unfortunately, during the storm a piece of debris rips off... Continue Reading →

Dumb and Dumber To – Review

I don't really know where to start with this review. You'd probably be hard pressed to find a man of my generation that doesn't hold Dumb and Dumber somewhere sacred in his heart. We've memorized all the lines. We've worn matching blue and orange suits to costume parties with our best friends. Hell, we've probably even tried... Continue Reading →

Week in the News: June 16-22

The entertainment industry lost a giant among men this week when James Gandolfini passed away from a sudden heart attack.  Gandolfini was best known for his role in the HBO drama The Sopranos.  He has been described by colleagues as a kind and gracious man who was enormously talented.  At the time of his passing... 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 →

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 →

James Franco’s HOWL Trailer

Opening in New York and San Francisco on September 24th, 2010 and in Los Angeles on October 1st, 2010. Directed by: Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman Starring: James Franco, David Strathairn, Jon Hamm, Bob Balaban, Alessandro Nivola, Treat Williams, Mary-Louise Parker and Jeff Daniels Starring James Franco in a career-defining performance as Allen Ginsberg, HOWL... Continue Reading →

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