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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.
Last Vegas Movie Review
A group of AARP-aged friends get together for a friendís bachelor party. It just happens to be taking place in Las Vegas, and these golden-aged guys gear up for one final night of debauchery - provided they take their pills and donít miss their bedtime.
Liar Liar Movie Review
Fletcher Reede is an up-and-coming lawyer with a promising career and a terrible family life. Itís all about to change when his son makes a wish for him to stop lying, in what is possibly the most depressing plot MacGuffin used for massive comedic effect in the history of cinema.
Movie Review - Clue
How do you know when a particular board game is popular? Not when Parker Brothers buys it. Not when it sells millions of copies. Not when the game has been around for decades. No, itís when the director of The Blues Brothers and Animal House co-writes a flop movie about it.
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."
Mrs. Doubtfire Movie Review
Iíve decided to switch gears and make this remembrance of Robin Williams go a bit longer. Today I review a classic of his, and certainly one of my favorite movies growing up as a kid. What happens when a man-child voice actor gets a divorce? Letís just say it gets old before it gets better.
Murder By Death Movie Review
Neil Simon's send-up of murder mystery movies and novels is corny and bitingly funny at the same time. An all-star cast including Peter Falk, Peter Sellers, and Maggie Smith makes for a fun time for anyone wanting a little escape from the heaviness of other genres.
Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb Review
The latest film in the Night at the Museum series comes to a sincere and incredibly bittersweet end, with a sense of laurel-passing, while maintaining the campy humor found in the other two movies.
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.
Oscar Movie Review
I didnít know this was a John Landis movie, I promise. I just have a habit, I guess. This quick little piece of business isÖ frenetic to say the least. But I guess thatís what happens when you make a corny movie about the day a gangster goes straight
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