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232 - Life of Crime (2013)

As we’ve recently seen, adaptations can be a tricky proposition. One author whose work tends to hold up well to the transfer from page to screen, however, is the late Elmore Leonard. 684 more words


So Bad It's Good: 'Howard the Duck,' the Marvel Movie We'd All Like to Forget

Bad movies are not a simple matter. There are nearly as many categories of terrible movies as there are for great ones: there are films that are insultingly stupid ( 1,381 more words


Summer of '92: Hollywood Plays Itself

Welcome back to Summer of 92, the summer series in which I take a look at the movies released in 1992, also known as the year I was born. 1,813 more words


Basking in my Shawshank Redemption redemption

I told you so.
Oh, that felt good. I don’t get to say I told you so very often, so I’m going to enjoy it. 868 more words


The Comic Wisdom of 'Erik the Viking'

I highly recommend you watch Erik the Viking if you haven’t, or re-watch if you have. I got to watch it again last night and it is still a fun movie – although I was watching it specifically because I wanted to refresh my memory on what I wanted to discuss here. 578 more words


The Shawshank Redemption

The Shawshank Redemption review

Every once in a while, there’s a movie that is not only breathtaking but also a powerful portrait of the human spirit. 404 more words

That 90's TV Crush You're Still Nursing Is Joining Jack Black and Tim Robbins' HBO Series, 'The Brink'

I’m not sure how much you guys have heard about HBO’s upcoming half-hour comedy, The Brink, but it sounds fantastic. It comes from producer Jerry Weintraub, and the pilot director is Jay Roach (Austin Power, but more importantly for a project like this, Game Change and The Campaign). 220 more words