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Kill Me Three Times Movie Review
Do you guys remember The Whole Nine Yards? Do you guys like Australia? Would you guys like to watch The Whole Nine Yards in Australia? What if it starred Simon Pegg? I gotcha now, don’t I? No? What if I told you it has a Hemsworth in it? Checkmate.
Hector & The Search for Happiness Movie Review
Sometimes, life is predictable. Sometimes it’s not. And sometimes it’s the yearning, the search for happiness that makes us unhappy. Hector’s about to find this out for himself, but will he be able to return to the life he knew once he returns?
American Ultra Movie Review
Think of a stoner. We all know one. Heck, some of us might just be that person. They might smell a little funny, but they’re cool and are basically harmless. Got it? Cool. Now what if that person was actually a government agent that could kill you with their roach clip?
Sex Ed Movie Review
Haley Joel Osment is no longer seeing ghosts. Actually, he’s never “seen” anyone. This substitute teacher with a surplus of ambition and a lack of experience just landed a gig teaching sex ed… but will his lack of experience in the bedroom be a problem in the classroom?
Arthur Christmas Movie Review
Ever wonder how everyone’s Christmas presents get delivered in just one night? Well, this British gem fills us all in. In a world of holiday movies that love to declare themselves “new classics,” this underappreciated film earns that title and then some.
Pain and Gain Movie Review
What happens when a few meatheads decide to kidnap a guy? Nothing good, but it’s pretty funny. In an incredibly morbid and sad kind of way, but funny.
Saved Movie Review
Mary is the perfect teenage Christian girl. She has a cute ice-skater boyfriend, she has all the right friends, and every day she lives to serve her savior and save those around her. When that ends up getting her pregnant during senior year, she finds herself questioning all she’s come to believe..
The Skeleton Twins Movie Review
It’s not exactly a continuation of Giggleween, per se… It’s just got “Skeleton” in the name. However, this darkly comedic film treads the line between the funny and the dramatic very well, and for a cast of comedy heavy-hitters, it seems to transition between the two effortlessly.
Cabin in the Woods Movie Review
HAPPY GIGGLEWEEN! I figured the best way to close out this year would be with an excellent breakdown of the genre entirely. This film isn’t just a scary movie - it’s the blueprint to all of them, and an explanation as to why they’re all so similar, which may just blow your whole world away...
Burke and Hare Movie Review
How exactly do you take 16 homicides back in the 17th century and try to make them funny? You make Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis the people who killed them all. Yeah, it’s kind of hard to watch anything they do and not laugh. Unless the movie they’re in isn’t that great.
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