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Summer Movies 1997 Revisited: Week 5 (May 30, 1997)

Summer Movies 1997 Revisited: Week 5 (May 30, 1997)
This weekend sees the much anticipated release of DCEU’s Wonder Woman. It enters the marketplace riding a wave of hot buzz, strong reviews (check back for my take), and idiotic controversies over some woman-only screenings at Alamo Drafthouse. Oh, and Captain Underpants is also being released. May 30, 1997 Big News Story: Mariah Carey and her record... Read more »

Movie Review: Office Christmas Party

Movie Review: Office Christmas Party
OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY Genre: Comedy Rating: R Running Time: 105 mins. Premise: When his uptight CEO sister threatens to shut down the company branch he heads, Clay Vanstone (T.J. Miller) decides to throw the ultimate Christmas party to woo a bigwig client and make a last-ditch effort to save everyone’s jobs. Behind-the-Scenes: Shot in and around Chicago, with the Daley... Read more »

'We're the Millers' Review: Fun, Crowd-Pleasing Comedy Delivers Big Laughs

'We're the Millers' Review: Fun, Crowd-Pleasing Comedy Delivers Big Laughs
WE’RE THE MILLERS Genre: Comedy Rating: R Running Time: 110 mins. Premise: Pot dealer David (Jason Sudeikis) is charged with smuggling a “smidge” of weed from a Mexican drug cartel, so he recruits his neighbor stripper, Rose (Jennifer Aniston), an angry runaway (Emma Roberts), and a naive virgin (Will Poulter) to pose as his family in order... Read more »
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Movie Review: Wanderlust (***)

Movie Review: Wanderlust (***)
WANDERLUST Genre: Comedy Premise: After losing his job, George (Paul Rudd) and his wife Linda (Jennifer Aniston) ditch their yuppie Manhattan lifestyle and decide to try out living on a rural commune that celebrates peace and free love, man. Behind-the-Scenes: This is co-writer and director David Wain’s fourth film, and his fourth to star Paul Rudd. The Good: Paul... Read more »

5 Actors in Need of a Reboot

Hollywood is rebooting everything these days, even film franchises that just got the “reimagination” treatment a few years ago like Spider-Man and Superman.   Some actors’ careers could rebooting of sorts as well. Here we go.  Five actors who need to reevaluate what they’ve done to their careers:

Movie Review - Just Go With It (*1/2)

JUST GO WITH IT.  116 mins.  PG-13.  Directed by Dennis Dugan.  Written by Allan Loeb and Timothy Dowling. Why does Hollywood have such a difficult time putting out a semi-quality romantic comedy around Valentine’s Day?  I realize that most romcoms typically suck, but, c’mon, Paramount could have at least saved No Strings Attached for this... Read more »
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