Quantcast

Tag Archive for 'Rob Riggle'

Dumb And Dumber To (Blu-ray Review)

One of my favorite comedies from the 1990s was Dumb And Dumber.  I laughed my tail off when I first saw the film in the theater.  Being a huge Jim Carrey fan since his In Living Color days, I was there opening weekend.  The film also introduced us to the Farrelly brothers who would rock […]

Share

Drunk History: Seasons 1 & 2 (DVD Review)

Drunk History is the brain child of Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner.  Apparently inspired by drunk ramblings of New Girl star Jake Johnson during a night out.  It originally was produced and air on the comedy website Funny Or Die.  In 2013, the web show was brought to the television format on Comedy Central.  It […]

Share

‘Dumb and Dumber To’ Too Much (Movie Review)

So I didn’t laugh all that much.  It is irritating to have to be on the defensive for an opinion of a film that really does not need critical weight to determine if someone wants to see it or not.  If I was not writing film reviews, I would have still no doubt seen Dumb […]

Share

‘Dumb and Dumber To’ Takes Us Down To Many Familiar Rodes (Movie Review)

I honestly cannot believe it’s been twenty years since Dumb and Dumber almost made me piss my pants from laughter when I first saw it in the theater.  I still remember it like it was only yesterday.  My friend Bryan and I ventured out on opening night in Ohio to see this one theatrically and […]

Share

22 Jump Street (Blu-ray Review)

It should be no surprise to anyone that the dynamic duo, hilarious tag team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back  reprising their respective roles from 2012 in the appropriately titled 22 Jump Street (I’ll expand upon that more down below).  I last talked about 21 Jump Street in my Blu-ray review over here in 2012 and I’m happy to […]

Share

Let’s Be Cops, A Comedy, And An Action Movie (Movie Review)

I see a lot of movies and I enjoy rewatching a lot of movies.  One would think that I would rewatch movies that I especially like, but that is not necessarily true.  The example that applies here is a film called Blue Steak.  This was a forgettable Martin Lawrence comedy from 1999, where Lawrence starred […]

Share

Jump Across the Street to ’22 Jump Street’ For a Jumping Good Time! (Movie Review)

It should be no surprise to anyone that the dynamic duo, hilarious tag team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, are back on the big screen reprising their respective roles from 2012 in the appropriately titled 22 Jump Street (I’ll expand upon that more down below).  I last talked about 21 Jump Street in my […]

Share

Wilfred: Season 2 (Blu-ray Review)

Wilfred is a series that has only gotten stronger as it has continued.  I was happy to enjoy the first season on a weekly basis, merely for the surreal type of comedy it was presenting (a man and a man in a dog suit have adventures), but did not see much more in it, until […]

Share

Dr. Suess’ The Lorax 3D (Blu-ray Review)

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax transports viewers into a fantastical landscape imagined by Dr. Seuss and vividly brought to life by Chris Meledandri and his acclaimed filmmaking team at Illumination Entertainment.  Directed by Chris Renaud (Despicable Me) from a screenplay adapted by Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul from the 1971 children’s classic, the film is an […]

Share

The Lorax Has Arrived on Blu-ray and on Draw Something!

Today, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Zynga announced a first-time partnership to commemorate the highly anticipated debut of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax on Blu-ray & DVD on August 7th.  Starting today, this week-long in-game integration brings one of the year’s top animated films to Zynga’s popular games Draw Something and Words With Friends to benefit local schools across the United States.  The […]

Share

Comic Con 2012: Adult Swim – The Venture Brothers, NTSF:SD:SUV, And Children’s Hospital

Friday at San Diego Comic Con, within the Hilton’s Indigo Ballroom, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim had a block of its biggest shows all present panels at Comic Con, including a look at their newest series, the animated TV adaptation of Black Dynamite.  I was only able to see the first three Adult Swim panels, which […]

Share

Blu-ray is Going Undercover on 21 Jump Street June 26th

This one, much like Cabin in the Woods, really caught me by surprise.  While it’s no Cabin, 21 Jump Street did make for a pretty fun time with the hilarious tag team of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.  Simply put, both stars are too old for this “shift” as they go undercover on Blu-ray and […]

Share

Sex, Drugs, Car Chases – It’s Not High School, It’s ’21 Jump Street’

So anyone that was hoping for the dark and gritty reboot of the 80s undercover cop drama 21 Jump Street in the same way that Michael Mann rebooted Miami Vice, they will be disappointed with what has actually been made.  Instead, this is a delightfully funny and wild take on that material, which is like […]

Share

‘The Lorax’ Is Certainly A Colorful Film…

I was kind of excited about this one.  That’s saying something in my eyes, as I have yet to really enjoy a full length Dr. Seuss feature film.  How the Grinch Stole Christmas was pretty forgettable, I try not to talk about The Cat in the Hat, and Horton Hears a Who was a step […]

Share

The Other Guys (Blu-ray Review)

Stop!  Freeze right there!  I want to play a game.  No, not like Jigsaw does in the Saw movies, but I want to play good cop, bad cop.  What?  You want to be the bad cop too?  How will that ever work out?  Well if you are talking about the Will Ferrell/Mark Wahlberg action-comedy film […]

Share

‘Going The Distance’ is NOT a ‘Rocky’-like Film :-(

When I was looking through the list of potential press screenings I could attend a few weeks ago I came across a title that instantly grabbed my attention, Going The Distance.  Now, when I think of the title Going The Distance my mind immediately drifts to against all odds films like Rocky and such.  I […]

Share

I Want To Be Just Like ‘The Other Guys’

Stop!  I want to play a game.  No, not like Jigsaw does in the Saw movies, but I want to play good cop, bad cop.  What?  You want to be the bad cop too?  How will that ever work out?  Well if you are talking about the Will Ferrell/Mark Wahlberg action-comedy film The Other Guys, […]

Share

Gregg Delivers The Goods

I first saw the trailer for The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, starring Jeremy Piven, in July.  Based on what I saw, I had no desire to see this film.  The whole speech on the plane that Piven gives about the alleged right to smoke on a flight is just hokey to the Nth degree […]

Share