Wonder Woman Review

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m actually a fan of the DC Extended Universe thus far. The movies have been kinda crappy but I really appreciate how willing they are to hand over a film to someone and allow them to fail. I mean, they let Zack Snyder make an R-Rated, 3 hour, […]

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Super Troopers

Given their recent track record, I’d say that the guys behind Broken Lizard really went all out for their first major film. Their subsequent movie, Club Dread, was awful. Not funny and not well written. Beerfest was alright. It has a lot of solid laughs, but it often falls prey to itself—though, admittedly, it’s probably […]

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Punch Drunk Love

So if you haven’t heard the story yet, Adam Sandler has made a movie that proves he has a soul. I think. See, in Punch Drunk Love he doesn’t play the infantile man-child suffering from Arrested Development. Instead, such social and mental handicaps are forced upon him by his suffocating sisters—of which he has seven. […]

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Step Brothers

So I’m not a member of the media so this review is automatically late. I’m not complaining, just saying. Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly play infantile 40 year olds in this comedy that revolves around their potential coming of age. It’s the same type of story you’ve seen before–infantile mid-30’s40’s man has to grow […]

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There Will Be Blood

I could have sworn I reviewed this movie. I guess not. If you don’t remember what this film is about, let me refresh your memory: Morally Ambiguous Oilman vs. Morally Ambiguous Prophet (The Fight of the Fucking Century only on PPV [after Girls Gone Wild: First Timers]) It might even be better that I haven’t […]

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I first saw this film the Sunday of its opening weekend. There was something “full shine and full of sparkle” that I couldn’t quite put my finger on. The next night, I saw it again. My head was filled and crammed with bits and notes of words that I was going to write down. But, […]

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the strangers

So after I found out that the local theater has $4 matinees (if you live in Rancho Cucamonga, go to the Terra Vista 6. It’s there you’ll find cheap-ass tickets that haven’t gone up in price for five years) and I figured I’d go see the one movie that looked appealing. It was the Strangers […]

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