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For being smack-dab in the middle of blockbuster season, this month gets off to a pretty slow start. Guess everybody assumed Solo: A Star Wars Story would be dominating the box office for at least a little while, huh? Oops.…
It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means: It’s time once again to look forward to the movies that no one is looking forward to. Some of you might recall I compiled a list like this…
April is upon us, and it appears to be a time for quiet reflection between the blockbuster releases of March and May, because almost nothing of interest is being released this month. We have only one surefire hit in April,…
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
“For a film that talks about the importance of humanity and human survival, it shows shockingly little faith in it.”
“The second act is a prolonged science lesson with some first-year philosophy thrown in for good measure, albeit a visually stunning lesson with some good action pieces and special effects.”
“Despite the epic length, most of the cast will turn out to have existed to explore ideas or play second fiddle to the father/daughter relationship.”
Morning Sideboob: Amy Adams Gets Wicked At A Gay Bar, The Gosselin Twins Clam Up, And Anne Hathaway Passes Up A Silver Opportunity
Morning Sideboob! Taylor Lautner Gets Gayed, Anne Hathaway Gets Divine Up In It, And Something About Kim Kardashian
'The Simpsons' To Kill Off A Major Character; Betting Now Open In Our Dead Pool
It’s the official “true story” behind Little Red Riding Hood, brought to us by the Weinsteins, which in no way is riding off the success of Shrek!
In this episode: fashion, entry-level jobs, entitlement, ambition, the impeccable Miranda Priestly, and the price of success. Also: Anne Hathaway, impractical shoes, and how to get fired from NerdQuest.
It's time for a New Year's Eve special! Mr. Mendo closes out the year with a double review of Les Misérables and Django Unchained! And as a cap-off, you'll get an answer to the question we know is on your mind!
“The whole production practically makes itself. All they needed was for the director not to fail in every way imaginable. But director Tom Hooper somehow managed to do just that.”
“The movie serves as a fitting, appropriate end to the trilogy.”
Sofie (currently without a camera) shares her immediate thoughts about the final movie in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Sofie goes down the rabbit hole for Alice in Wonderland, another visually impressive yet incoherent mess from Tim Burton, starring Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen, Anne Hathaway as the White Queen, and Mia Wasikowska as Alice. Watch and wonder how a movie this mediocre made a billion damn dollars.