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The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

Hello, Spongey here.

Well, I’ve promised it, so here it is. Today we take a more in depth look at the 2nd Sp-….wait….what’s that noise? This is text and totally not happening for a real, but I hear a noise…. 6,501 more words

Attention Mr. Show Fans: With Bob and David is Coming to Netflix in November

by Carolyn Davis

September 23, 2015

Before Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and Arrested Development, there was Mr. Show With Bob and David, a comedy sketch series in the mid-nineties that aired on HBO.   281 more words


If I Could...

Hi-Ho, everyone! Today I’d like to address the “What- ifs,” and “What Could Have Been,” of our society. Many people enjoy taking a stroll down memory lane every now and then, and think things such as, “What if I hadn’t married (insert name)?” or, “What could I have done if I’d chosen this career path?” 307 more words


Review: Call Me Lucky

Excerpt: The most interesting thing Call Me Lucky does is build up a character we may have been unfamiliar with at the start of the film, only to break him down again to give him even more complexity.  99 more words


Film Review: Call Me Lucky

Note: This review was originally published back in February 2015 as part of our coverage for the Sundance Film Festival.

Suffering is hard, but trying to be a good person when you know what the world is capable of doing to the weakest within it is one of the few things that might be harder, especially when you were one of those people at one time. 1,003 more words


Blu-ray Review: Adventure Time - The Complete Second Season [PG] by Bede Jermyn

Starring (Voices): Jeremy Shade, John DiMaggio, Tom Kenny, Hynden Walch, Olivia Olson, Polly Lou Livingston, Pendleton Ward.

The Show:
Now before I go into my review, I need to make a confession and it’s one that I feel bad for. 1,356 more words

DVD Reviews


Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 32 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG for mild Action and Rude Humor

Directed by: Paul Tibbitt

Written by: Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger… 764 more words