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Why Him?- Movie Review

Why Him? is a fairly standard holiday comedy that works surprisingly well, mostly due to the film’s inherent awareness of what it is. Every predicted scene plays out as such, but there’s a surprising amount of sincerity to the film that feels earned. 406 more words


Why Him? (2016) Movie Review

Nothing screams a middle aged man writing a teen-targeted comedy like an extended opening gag involving “Netflix and chill.” The subject of the gag in question, the parents (Bryan Cranston and Megan Mullally) of upcoming Stanford grad Stephanie (Zoey Deutch), are about to take a holiday to visit their little girl…and her new boyfriend. 515 more words

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The Concept Art For The New Power Ranger's Alpha 5 Looks Awful

I have no respect for this robot alien. None what so ever. That’s not my fault, it’s theirs. They made this thing look like a mentally challenged robot. 495 more words

Total Recall (2012)

A factory worker dissatisfied with his lot decides to spice up his life and visit a memory implant service, only to discover that he is in fact an undercover secret agent and wanted fugitive. 216 more words


Bill Dudley Meets Bryan Cranston During His ‘A Life in Parts’ Book Tour

By Bill Dudley

Since he burst onto our TV screen as Hal (the dad) in the hit comedy Malcolm In The Middle in January 2000, which ran 7 hilarious seasons, the multi faceted actor Bryan Cranston has become a huge star winning four Emmy Awards for his portrayal of Walter White in… 75 more words


Reel Geek Review: Trumbo

I am Spartacus.  I’m sure at least half of the reading audience are familiar with the phrase, and maybe some know that it’s from the 1960 Kirk Douglas movie,  but I’m sure if I were to ask who wrote the script to… 536 more words

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If you're looking for something to watch about Pablo Escobar, this isn't the film for you.

The Infiltrator tells the story about a U.S. Customs official uncovers a money laundering scheme involving Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

And here we have the first in a string of films aiming for Oscar’s but not really getting there. 314 more words