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Show Review: Marvel Universe LIVE!

There weren’t many options besides actual comics and a few short-lived cartoons for fans of Marvel in the 1980s. My parents would search everywhere just to find a rare Secret Wars action figure in the bottom [...]

07/09/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Tammy

Even though Melissa McCarthy already starred in a film called Identity Thief, her new movie Tammy might as well have been called Identity Crisis. The previews of Tammy depict Melissa McCarthy as a down on her luck, obnoxious [...]

07/01/2014

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: Begin Again

Every summer there is the little movie that could. A small film that manages to stand out in a crowd of studio tent pole releases in the dog days of summer. Dirty Dancing, Little Miss Sunshine and [...]

06/30/2014

Courtesy: Paramount Pictures

Movie Review | Transformers: Age of Extinction

To say that Michael Bay is a horrible director would be an understatement. The lazy director recycles the same shots over and over again in all of his films and his sense of humor may be the worst in Hollywood. I would call his past work an aBAYmination.

06/26/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Jersey Boys

Garbage dumps, traffic round a bouts and broadway musicals are not my favorite things in the world. So you can imagine what my excitement level was over the decision to turn the musical Jersey Boys into a feature film.

06/19/2014

Courtesy: Sony Pictures

Movie Review: Think Like A Man Too

Think Like A Man may have been a surprise hit that started a pattern of box office success for Kevin Hart, but it was not a funny at all.

06/19/2014

Courtesy: A24 films

Movie Review: The Rover

Guy Pearce is one of those actors that should be a bigger star. The guy shines in roles such as Memento, L.A. Confidential and The King’s Speech yet is still left off Hollywood’s A-list when it comes to big roles.

06/18/2014

Courtesy: Sony/Columbia Pictures

Movie Review: 22 Jump Street

When it comes to comedy sequels, I have only one observation.

06/11/2014

Courtesy: 20th Century Fox Films

Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2

How to Train Your Dragon and the new sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 may be geared towards kids, but war is a central theme in both movies.

06/11/2014

Courtesy: Fox 2000 Films

Movie Review: The Fault in Our Stars

As morbid as it sounds, the “Cancer Movie” has become a genre all on its own in the world of film. First only thought to live in the realm of the chick flick, but movies [...]

06/05/2014

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