If you’re going to do anything for a fourth time, you’d better know what works and what doesn’t. The first Transformers movie was a fun and unexpected summer classic. It molded ground breaking effects and top notch action sequences with a likable lead (Shia LeBeouf) and hilarious supporting characters (Anthony Anderson and the late Bernie […]Read More Transformers: Age of Extinction Full Review
Do I even need to say it? *Sigh* I think I do…. *Stands on soap box and clears throat*. EVERY MOVIE DOES NOT NEED OR WARRANT A SEQUEL!!! Ok, now that I’ve gotten that off of my chest, I feel like I can proceed forward with my actual review of Think Like A Man Too. […]Read More Think Like A Man Too… Full Review
Really good family movies are often hard to find. And when I say family movies, I don’t necessarily mean movies made for families, because frankly that encompasses most animated films nowadays. What I mean by ‘a good family movie’ is a movie that succeeds at having elements that each member of the family can enjoy. […]Read More How to Train Your Dragon 2 Review
There are different ways a sequel can fail. Having a less challenging plot, a weaker cast, or just flat out going overkill on a premise that never was meant for a sequel (*cough* Hangover 2 & 3). If ever there were a movie that understands these potential pitfalls, it is 22 Jump Street. From the […]Read More 22 Jump Street Review
There is a reason a large portion of men don’t like romantic movies, or “chick flicks”. They’re often slow paced and predictable. But perhaps the greatest reason is the fact that the male lead in these films is usually a character that says and does things that most men would never say or do. The […]Read More The Fault in Our Stars. A Review by and for the guy dragged to see it.
Have you ever played a fun video game that is really difficult? It makes you frustrated, so much so, that you almost think about giving up on it. But as soon as you turn away, it pulls you back, because it’s simply that exhilarating. That, my friends, is Edge of Tomorrow. If there’s one thing […]Read More Edge of Tomorrow Full Review
Seth McFarlane currently stands as the king of cartoon comedy. Family Guy and American Dad are two of the funniest cartoons on television and if you watch those shows, you know McFarlane’s style of comedy. In 2012, McFarlane made his first soiree onto the big screen with the moderately funny Ted. This time around, he […]Read More A Western by the guy who made Family Guy (Full Review)