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How to Train Your Dragon 2 Movie Review
The sequel to How to Train Your Dragon is every bit as entertaining and moving as the original. Focusing on an expansion of the world of the movie, Hiccup and his friends discover a new villain bent on taking over. Thankfully, they find new allies in the new lands they uncover as well.
Top 5 Kevin Smith Movies
An incredibly popular movie director in the late Ď90s and early 2000s, Kevin Smith found a way to write, direct, and produce funny movies that not only paid tribute his roots, but had an intellectual and clever spin that was far from the norm for comedies of the day.
John Dies At The End Movie Review
John and Dave are twenty-something slackers with zero ambition. That hasnít stopped them from unwittingly becoming the only people possible of saving the human race from annihilation. A violent and irreverent comedy, John Dies at the End is best watched without kids, and accepted without question.
Wreck-It Ralph Movie Review
Wreck-It Ralph is an immersion into the arcade games of old for the kids of today. Ralph is a misunderstood villain with dreams as broad as his shoulders. The adventure he falls into is filled with twists, turns, and strange characters, making it a must-watch for the whole family.
Rik Mayall - A Memorial
A piece commemorating the wacky and raucous comedic stylings of Rik Mayall. An incredibly talented and gifted British comedian with boundless energy and attitude. His death this Monday sent shock waves throughout the comedy community.
Top 5 Mel Brooks Movies
Mel Brooks is an comedy icon, and his films have spanned over fifty years. From fart jokes to slapstick, from the Old West to Transylvania - I present you with the top five of his side-splitting comedies and why you should watch them.
Oh Brother Where Art Thou Movie Review
A classic retelling of an epic heroic tale, complete with banjos, beards, and one-eyed John Goodmans. George Clooney and an ensemble cast knock this one out of the park and leave you rolling in the aisles. By aisles, I mean your sofa and/or floor.
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Movie Review - Men In Black 3
The most recent Men In Black installation might not be on your radar, but it's a good watch. With a new spin on the same old partner dynamic we've come to expect from the series and an immensely satisfying twist at the end, it's easy to say that this "Black" is the best "Black."
I Love You Phillip Morris Movie Review
Looking for a movie that flips the romantic comedy on its head and then dances in the street with it? This buried treasure stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor in an uproarious mix of true love, hard work, and prison.
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