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More Movie References than Tarantino - Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

Brought to you by the Werner Herzog Appreciation Fan Club.  So this is about a loner high school senior named Greg (Thomas Mann).  His mother forces him to hang out with a girl that has been diagnosed with terminal cancer (Olivia Cooke).  499 more words


HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 (2015) review


written by: Robert Smigel and Adam Sandler
produced by: Michelle Mordocca
directed by: Genndy Tartakovsky
rating: Rated PG (for some scary images, action and rude humor) … 910 more words

Endless List of Things I Love About Parks & Recreation

Some of you might already know, others will find out in a second: I watched all seven seasons of Parks and Recreation within 2-3 weeks. Truthfully, the last season took a little extra time but it was because I wanted to postpone the inevitable –  the end of something special. 999 more words


Film Review: 'Hotel Transylvania 2'

Dracula and his monster-hotel cohorts are still struggling to accept others’ differences in “Hotel Transylvania 2,” a doggedly frantic sequel that hews to the franchise’s rapid-fire comedic formula. 694 more words


Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

I’m someone who’s kinda icky going into ‘teen romantic-comedy/coming-of-age’ movies because well, I personally find them to be sentimental, sappy and overly melodramatic, yup, I didn’t like The Fault in Our Stars either. 509 more words


Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Reviewed by Mitch Burns

Directed by: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (The Town that Dreaded Sundown) 

Starring: Thomas Mann, Olivia Cooke, RJ Cylar, Nick Offerman, Molly Shannon, Connie Britton, Katherine C. 559 more words


A Walk In The Woods (2015)

Asked in an interview why he has never written about the US, travel writer Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) is unable to answer. He hasn’t written anything recently, instead spending his time attending funerals with wife Catherine (Emma Thompson) and strolling through the woods near his New Hampshire home. 786 more words

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