WONDER PARK Review by: Christopher HaskellMarch 17, 2019 “We are the wonder in Wonderland” — June Bailey (Brianna Denski) “Wonder Park” may entertain your six-year-old with its sleek, crisp animation, but it doesn’t come close to packing the same emotional punch as anything Disney, Pixar, or Dreamworks puts out. For kids, it looks and feels enough like big studio fare to keep them enthralled, … Read More Movie Review: Wonder Park (2019)
THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME “The Spy Who Dumped Me” is an example of what comedies spoofing other genres should be. Instead of trying to tie into an existing property, the creative minds behind this film are making a purely original concept that just happens to riff on the name of an old James Bond movie (“The Spy Who Loved Me”). To top it … Read More New Trailer: The Spy Who Dumped Me – Official Trailer #2
THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME Synopsis: The Spy Who Dumped Me tells the story of Audrey (Kunis) and Morgan (McKinnon), two best friends who unwittingly become entangled in an international conspiracy when one of the women discovers the boyfriend who dumped her was actually a spy. Starring: Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon, Sam Heughan, Justin Theroux, Gillian Anderson, and Ivanna Sakhno Directed By: Susanna Fogel (“Life Partners”) … Read More New Trailer: The Spy Who Dumped Me – Official Trailer #1
A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS Synopsis: Under-appreciated and overburdened moms Amy, Kiki and Carla rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. As if creating the perfect holiday for their families isn’t hard enough, they’ll have to do it while hosting and entertaining their own respective mothers when they come to visit. Starring: Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell, Susan Sarandon, … Read More New Trailer: A Bad Mom’s Christmas – Official Trailer #2
A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS Synopsis: Under-appreciated and overburdened moms Amy, Kiki and Carla rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. As if creating the perfect holiday for their families isn’t hard enough, they’ll have to do it while hosting and entertaining their own respective mothers when they come to visit. Starring: Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell, Susan Sarandon, … Read More New Trailer: A Bad Moms Christmas – Official Teaser Trailer #1
Release Date March 8, 2013 Director Sam Raimi Screenplay Mitchell Kapner David Lindsay-Abaire Produced By Walt Disney Pictures Budget $200 million Adventure, Family, Fantasy Rated PG for sequences of action and scary images, and brief mild language 130 minutes Oz The Great And Powerful Aimed more at the younger generation, “Oz The Great and Powerful” lacks the humor and sophisticated nature that makes a … Read More One Minute Review: Oz The Great And Powerful (2013)
Release Date June 29, 2012 Director Seth MacFarlane Screenplay Seth MacFarlane Alec Sulkin Wellesley Wild Distributed By Universal Pictures Budget $51 million Comedy, Fantasy Rated R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use 106 minutes Ted Ted tells the story of a young boy who wishes for his Christmas present teddy bear to come to life. If that sounds too … Read More Proof Review: Ted (2012)
TED / Ted looks hilarious. The trailer delivers a fake out, sans the first Muppets trailer, pitching a romantic comedy between Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis until… enter Ted. Though I do feel this comedy will be hit or miss much like each episode of Family Guy, with an R rating and roughly 90 minutes (give or take), there are endless possibilities to be … Read More New Trailer: Ted – Official Red Band Trailer
Natalie Portman steps out of her adorable and virginal on screen presence to add yet another successful film to her long list of accomplishments. In “Black Swan” she plays Nina Sayers, a tormented ballerina dealing with the pressures of an overbearing mother and becoming the next big lead, starting off with the role of the Swan Queen in the ballet “Swan Lake”. Sounds great right? It is until her mental stability begins to unravel in a glorious thriller that comes completed unexpectedly.
Date Night simply never feels grounded. The film comes off tacky and unoriginal, though still mainstream and made for an older age group. The idea of a married couple getting mixed up in a blackmailing crime for stealing reservations in attempt to escape their old life is completely laughable and unrealistic.
THE BOOK OF ELI Review by: Christopher HaskellJune 22, 2010 Where do I begin? Being a video game aficionado, “The Book Of Eli” creates a world that every gamer would love to explore. Guns, knives, bows and arrows. The great workings of an action adventure game, along the lines of the “Borderlands” and “Fallout 3” franchises. I wanted to wander in Eli’s shoes; wanted … Read More Movie Review: The Book Of Eli (2010)