The Royal Tenebaums (2001) – Funny, Then Sad, Then Funny Again

When it comes to Wes Anderson films, there is always a lot to talk about. I could talk about shot compositions, the soundtrack choices, the acting, or so much more. But, what I want to talk about is how the The Royal Tenebaums (2001) handles humor. Specifically, how it handles humor in a scene involving…

Castle In The Sky (1986) – I Watched The English Dub

I just want to get it out of the way. I watched the English dub. I don’t care if the Japanese dub is better. I’m a dumb American. Sometimes I just want to watch a movie, not read one. Plus, the DVD copy of the movie I found at my Dad’s house is only in…

What We Know About Taylor Swift’s Rerecordings

Taylor Swift rose to fame with songs pouring her heart out while discussing everything from feeling left out at school, to her first major heartbreaks, to her relationship with her mother, Andrea. With eight studio albums under her belt, she became the best-selling digital artist of all time, the artist with the most American Music…

ParaNorman (2012) – A Horror Movie For Kids

ParaNorman (2012) is a stop motion film about a young boy with the ability to talk to dead people. ParaNorman works as a film in two respects, as a children’s movie and as an introduction to the horror genre. Now, a lot of people hear “children’s movie” and immediately see that as a negative. I…

The Notebook (2004) – Now I’m Sad

Why did I do this to myself? I just- Sorry, let me get this out of the way first…. The Notebook (2004) is a romance movie, based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. But, everyone knows it as the movie where the old people die at the end. Sorry…

The Rock (1996) – The Movie, Not The Person

Ah… Nick Cage. Gotta love him. The Rock (1996) is an action movie staring Nick Cage, Sean Connery (R.I.P.), Ed Harris, John C. McGinley. It is about a FBI chemical warfare specialist (Cage) who goes on a mission with a former British spy (Connery) after a U.S. General (Harris) takes hostages on Alcatraz. There is…

School of Rock (2003) – God, I Love This Movie

School of Rock (2003) is peak Jack Black. Which is to say, its a fantastic movie. School of Rock is a 2003 comedy about a down on his luck musician that pretends to be a substitute teacher to make money, only to find out his students are great musicians and makes a band with them….

Killer Klowns from OuterSpace a Good Movie?

In the 1980’s the trend of cult horror films, the movies that were low budgeted and didn’t make much, managed to find an audience of horror geeks. These “trash classics” define the 80’s horror to many fans of this movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space. The title alone may seem intimidating to those who are…

Nia Ray What is Love Anyway project review

Nia Ray is a South Florida artist that is creating some buzz. Nia Ray first started garner attention earlier this year when she released her cute and colorful single “Lowkey.” Now Nia has returned a few months later with her highly anticipated EP “What is Love Anyways.” This six-track Ep starts with an extremely funky,…

I Think You Should Leave (2019) – Its Funny, End of Review

I Think You Should Leave (2019) – is a Netflix sketch show by former Saturday Night Live writer and performer Tim Robinson. The worst thing you can do to a joke is explain it. So, I’m not going to try and explain to you why this show is funny. That would ruin the show. But,…

The Firm (1993) – Tom Cruise Runs a Lot In This One

The Firm (1993) is a movie starring Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman about a young lawyer who joins a prestigious firm only to find out it is hiding a dark secret, based on a John Grisham novel. This movie is a legal thriller. So why does Tom Cruise run so much in it? If you…

THE Bro CODE (dating)

If you consider yourself a man’s man, then you need to know the bro code — a guideline of friendship etiquette to be followed by men. While most men out there know what it entails, there are a number of nuances this code has. To make sure you keep your bromances alive and thriving, here…

Brother Bear (2003) – A Forgotten Disney Gem

I know that it is a bit of a cliche to say a movie is “forgotten” or “underrated”. But, if Brother Bear (2003) doesn’t fit the bill… As a kid, I loved it because of the fun songs and the movie’s humor but now, as an adult, I love it even more because of its…

The Great Muppet Caper (1981) – A Frog, A Bear, And A Whatever.

The Great Muppet Caper (1981) confirms something for me. The best Muppets movies are the ones where they don’t play themselves. Now, I love all Muppets content but, the best ones are the ones where the Muppets play characters. In this one, Kermit and Fozzie play identical twin brother reporters, yes you read that right,…

The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) – Together Again

They’re back! The Muppets are back! With everything you already love about them. Quirky humor! Fun songs! Graduating college! Wait… what? Huh… uh… Moving on. Celebrity cameos! Tear jerking moments! Oh… wait… Now that I think about it… this one is a bit different. Let me start off by saying, I love the Muppets! I…

Les Miserables (2012) – I like Russell Crowe’s singing.

I’m not going to beat around the bush. You read the title. You know what this article is about. I’m just going to jump right into it. I don’t mind Russell Crowe’s singing in Les Miserables (2012). Is he a Broadway caliber singer? No. Of course not. But did he need to be? Yes, Anne…

The Producers (2005) – Springtime for Hitler

The first thing you need to understand is that this is a movie based on a play based on a movie about a play. The second thing you need to know is that its fantastic. The Producers (2005) is a musical-comedy, originally written by the legendary Mel Brooks, starring Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Will Ferrell,…