With a title like Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade… what could this movie be about?
Yeah, they’re not exactly burying the lead. Read the rest of this entry
When it’s too early in the year to show crappy original made for TV Christmas movies, what’s Hallmark Channel to do? Take one of their carbon copy Christmas movies and do a find & replace and bring you A Family Thanksgiving. Read the rest of this entry
What is the rubric upon which And So It Goes is to be judged against? I’m going to say similar geriatric RomComs, and since Diane Keaton is in this flick, Something’s Gotta Give is a fair comparison, and by that standard… I guess this movie doesn’t suck donkey dong.
I guess. Read the rest of this entry
I was on a flight from Newark to Denver and I said to myself, San Andreas is exactly the sort of movie you watch on a plane; dial your expectations down and watch The Rock be charismatic.” I was right, but more than that, this is actually a pretty tight action movie. Read the rest of this entry
2014 was the year of virtual horror: the big release had Unfriended and the short film had Skypemare. There are shorts and then there’s short films worth watching, and this is the latter. Read the rest of this entry
The Crush is one of those horror/suspense comedies where you yell at the protagonist, blissfully unaware that Cary Elwes is portraying a fictional character that can’t hear your through time and space. And I love every minute of it. Read the rest of this entry
Imagine you sit down to write Leprechaun 3 and you say to yourself, “The only thing holding this franchise together is Warwick Davis; we’ve already done a cabin in the woods movie, then we shifted it to the city… where I can I set this flick so it’s up against an even more color background than my title character and take advantage of Warwick Davis’ charm?” Such is the brilliance of the Leprechaun series. Read the rest of this entry