I can’t remember the last time I read a blurb about a movie and was this wrong. The Robot Chicken production company is making a stop motion movie starring Bob Odenkirk and Mila Kunis?!? And featuring Susan Sarandon? Yes please!
And then I saw the movie. Read the rest of this entry
Tammy may be the best testament there can ever be the amazing talent that is Melissa McCarthy. The marketing was terrible, the script is rife with problems and the cast is bloated to the point of distraction… and the movie’s still entertaining. Read the rest of this entry
Don’t watch the trailer – it gives away too much!
This is one of those times I’m asking you not to watch the trailer. You’re just going to have to trust me when I say that the tone of Robot and Frank can be summed up in one fantastic quote: “Back off you little astronaut bastard.” Read the rest of this entry
If your fist question is “What’s Arbitrage?” then we’re on the same page as I’d never heard of this movie and never heard this word. So, before we began watching this movie, Dr. Girlfriend fist explained arbitrage to me and then we watched the flick.
Jeff, Who Lives at Home is set up like a comedy, but it’s not especially funny. The movie heavily relies on the likability of performers Jason Segel and Susan Sarandon and their skills, but this isn’t to say that it’s a bad movie, even if it feels a little underdeveloped.
The movie is charming in some ways and disappointing in others – I’d call it a mixed bag. Read the rest of this entry
My score: 90%
I can’t say I was too excited to see the Leaves of Grass title on a movie as I’m not a fan of Walt Whitman, and when I looked closer and saw that Felicity’s Keri Russell was in this flick, I almost threw in the towel. However, the poster inspired me to give it a try. I love Ed Norton, and he’s playing twin brothers in this movie, and one of his characters is holding a crossbow – looks like hilarious antics are about to ensue! Read the rest of this entry