Review – Life of the Party

As I've mentioned many times, comedies are a peculiar thing.  With each person maintaining their own unique sense of humor, attempting to craft and then execute a story that appeals to, if not the majority, enough people to earn millions of dollars is quite the lofty task.  Lately, many comedies have opted to become more... Continue Reading →

#ThrowbackThursday – Finding Nemo

Original US release date: May 30, 2003 Production budget: $94,000,000 Worldwide gross: $940,335,536 I've been a Pixar fan as long as most everyone else has been: since the beginning.  Still, in spite of that, I somehow missed seeing Finding Nemo in the theaters upon its original release.  I still don't really recall how that happened.  I've... Continue Reading →

Review – Get Out

It's always fun to see an established talent step out of their comfort zone.  That's exactly what Jordan Peele - most closely associated with the comedy duo of Key and Peele, along with Keegan Michael Key - has done with Get Out.  Stepping far away from his comedic safe zone, Peele takes the reigns as... Continue Reading →

54. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

I'm not really sure what there is to say about Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.  It's obviously not some towering achievement in cinema, nor is it attempting to be.  Rather, it's another in a multitude of R-rated comedies to come along over the last several years.  These are cheap and easy to produce, so they... Continue Reading →

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