Jonathan Ames (Jason Schwartzman) continues to ply his trade as an unlicensed private detective, getting caught up in increasingly risky jobs and absurd adventures around New York City with George (Ted Danson) and Ray (Zach Galifianakis), his always supportive partners in solving crime. In addition, a shocking revelation drives him to embark on one of [...]
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X-Men: First Class is the official first chapter in the X-Men film universe. One could even say that the film is a reboot of sorts, but that may or may not be stretching it a bit. A very cool cast has been assembled to take on the roles of earlier character versions in this latest [...]
You gotta love the early 90′s when it comes to films and filmmaking. The fashion sense was still transitioning from the 80′s, so there was that learning curve that we all had to get through. Johnny Depp was nowhere near a superstar back then, but was still seen as one of the few recognizable actors [...]
I’m not sure who I heard it from, but I heard some negative things about Love & Other Drugs. I had heard it was a cookie cutter chick flick where someone was sick and probably spent the movie dying. This couldn’t have been further from the truth. Love & Other Drugs may be a chick flick, but [...]
It’s the end of the world as we know it on the Blu-ray format when 2012 hits your big screen this March. Sony Pictures has issued a March 2nd D-date for the Mayan apocalyptic disaster film 2012. In case you need a quick refresher on what the film was all about, if it wasn’t already [...]
I honestly had no intentions of ever seeing the latest disaster flick, Roland Emmerich’s 2012, on the big screen. Had it not been for the recommendation to do so from fellow reviewer Bob Ignizio, then I probably would not have. I actually remember telling my co-worker Sandy this past Friday that there’s no way I [...]
2012 is completely ridiculous trash that turns massive destruction and the deaths of billions of people (including, by implication, just about everyone watching it) into fodder for entertainment. Of course the disaster movies of the seventies did the same thing on a smaller scale, and who can resist The Towering Inferno or Earthquake?