T.M. Powell CW44
First things first: Illegal drugs are bad and you should just say no. That being said, the natural plant called marijuana can make movies hilarious.
The comedy and romance fall flat in American ultra, which unfortunately makes the well done hand to hand combat scenes of the film seem out-of-place in a film like this.
Straight Outta Compton is a nostalgic trip that brings prestige to the group and is one of the best musical biopics to date.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is an enjoyable TV translation with two amusing operatives saving the world against a Cold War European backdrop.
Ricki and the Flash is nothing noteworthy, but Streep and the rest of the cast rise above the material to make a decent film to watch on a rainy Redbox day.
The Gift will mess with your mind and make you think twice about what you say about people behind their backs.
The action outside the ring in Southpaw can be just as fierce as the work inside the ropes with Billy Hope (Gyllenhaal) trying to rebuild the pieces of his broken life.
Apatow and Schumer create a perfect mix raunch, heart and even so gold old fashion slapstick to make Trainwreck the best comedy of the year so far.
A man with a shrinking suit who controls ants. Maybe the superhero detractors are right when they say there are way too many Comic Book movies. After seeing Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael […]
One would say comedy sequels are the toughest films to pull off in Hollywood. Just look at the track record. Caddyshack 2, Fletch Lives, Sex and the City 2 and the worst of the bunch […]