A: Five. At least five.
Witness that tragedy that is Baby Mama. Read the rest of this entry
The Skeleton Twins is the sort of movie that can best be summed up by our good friend David (as portrayed by Cary Elwes) from Seinfeld. Read the rest of this entry
I am by no means a James Bond aficionado, but if you’d of told kid-me that I’d like the Mission Impossible movie series more than 007’s alcohol infused, STD covered adventures, I’d of sad you were nuts, and I’d have been wrong. Rogue Nation is, for me, the final iteration it takes for me to realize that Ethan Hunt is just as credible as any other legendary action character and, in a lot of ways, more so.
Oh, and I liked the movie, too. Read the rest of this entry
You know it’s coming – at some point, Hollywood will reboot Back to the Future and give us all new zany adventures that feature a white protagonist inspiring black characters. In the original, Marty inspired a guy sweeping the floor to become the mayor of his town and then went on to chicken-or-the-egg Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode.”
ASIDE: This is probably why I prefer Back to the Future Part II rather than the original; the sequel features no Oedipus style incest nor does it try to take credit for the invention of rock and roll or the civil rights movement away from African Americans and bestow it upon a white teenager.*
Anyway, when they do finally get around to remaking Back to the Future, it’s going to take place in the 1970s and go a little something like this:
I’m a fan of screenwriter Max Landis (Twitter handle @Uptomyknees) and a few weeks ago, it occurred to me that I could probably follow him on Twitter, so I did. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised he’s a frequent Tweeter, but brother, can that guy ever Tweet. He’s the Tweetest Tweeter whoever Tweeted.