This is going to be a very easy review for me to blow through simply because both the monster horror fan AND the kid in me had an absolute ghoulishly good time with this one. Of course I’m referring to the 3-D computer animated comedy from Sony Pictures Animation, Hotel Transylvania, hitting theaters this Friday, [...]
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On April 26th, 2012, the opening night of the Newport Beach Film Festival saw the world premiere of Jewtopia. Based on one of the longest running off-Broadway plays, Jewtopia is the film adaptation, which revolves around two friends dealing with the prospect of finding love with Jewish women. Unfortunately, while billed as a “comedy”, I [...]
I totally missed this one in theaters, but 20th Century Fox will be releasing Casino Jack on Blu-ray April 5th. Kevin Spacey stars as a lobbyist who ensnares himself into big trouble while amassing a fortune. Comedy, political intrigue, corruption will all play a role in Casino Jack. Casino Jack was to be George Hickenlooper’s [...]
Casino Jack is a fact-based biopic that deals with lobbyists, finance, and the shameless fleecing of the American taxpayer. It is also quite funny, as leads Kevin Spacey and Barry Pepper essentially sleaze their way through this story as real life lobbyists and businessmen Jack Abramoff and Michael Scanlon. The film hits a lot of [...]