Learning that there is a true story that is eerily similar to the plot of 30 Minutes or Less was a bit unnerving.
Crazy, Stupid, Love is refreshingly enjoyable. It is an unpredictable, though implausible, romantic comedy that is laugh-out-loud funny.
Muggles, grab your invisibility cloaks and your dark-rimmed, round spectacles and head to the theater.
After the evisceration that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen received by reviewers and audiences alike, it’s no surprise that the third installment steps up its game some.
In one of the most popular disgruntled-office-worker movies, the guys only wanted to steal from the company as revenge. For the guys in Horrible Bosses, it’s so bad that they think murder is the only way out.
With the topic of education (lack of funding, mandated exams, charter schools, etc.) frequently making nationwide headlines, Bad Teacher seems like just the kind of movie needed to take some hot-button issues and turn them into laughs.
Super 8 is an example of what a good summer popcorn flick should be like. Nostalgia. A little suspense. An adolescent romance. Loud, clanging metal and big, booming explosions.
The extremely popular Hangover franchise (I call it a franchise because I fully expect a Part III in a couple years) is back with another wedding and more drug-induced male debauchery.