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Pixels Review

Adam Sandler is at it again! Another comedy full of cliches and a generic plot! It’s Pixels! A few months back, I really had my eyes set on this one. I thought, “What could be cooler than some of my favorite video game characters invading cities across the United States?” Of course, this meant the … Continue reading

Shaun the Sheep The Movie Review

 Shaun the Sheep: The Movie is a new stop-motion animation film written and directed by Mark Burton and Richard Starzak. The story follows a sheep named Shaun (Justin Fletcher) who grows tired of his routine days on the farm, so he decides to head to the big city with his friends. Their farmer (John Sparkes) … Continue reading

Starsky and Hutch Review

 Starsky and Hutch is a 2004 comedy starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, who form an unlikely team who take down criminals while driving around in a red Ford Torino. I recently watched this outrageously fun comedy for the first time in years the pther night. I knew there was a reason I watched it … Continue reading

Minions Review

Minions is written by Brian Lynch and directed by Kyle Balda and Pierre Coffin. It follows the lovable little yellow guys through their first standalone adventure about them trying to find their “boss”. Driven by the desire to serve, minions Kevin, Stuart and Bob travel to Orlando to attend Villain-Con, the premiere event for the … Continue reading

The Cobbler Review

The Cobbler Released: March 13, 2015 Genre: Comedy, Fantasy Rated: PG-13 Runtime: 99 Minutes The Cobbler is a new comedy directed by Tom McCarthy starring Adam Sandler as a cobbler named Max Simpkin, who owns the family shoe repair shop in Brooklyn, NY. After years of dissatisfaction with his routine life and his shoe repair machine … Continue reading

Inside Out Review

Pixar returns with Inside Out, its fifteenth full-length animated feature. It is written and directed by Pete Docter, who is known for his work on Monsters Inc. and Up. The film’s voice cast consists of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Richard Kind, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, and Kyle MacLauchlan. The story … Continue reading

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Review

Directed by Paul Tibbitt, this is Spongebob’s second outing in a full-length feature film. Spongebob and company, including his nemesis Plankton, must journey on land to retrieve the Krabby Patty formula stolen by a swashbuckling pirate (Antonio Banderas). As a fan of the first Spongebob movie, I was pretty interested in seeing this one. I was … Continue reading

Kingsman: The Secret Service Review

Kingsman: The Secret Service Released: February 13, 2015 Rated: R Runtime: 129 Minutes Kingsman: The Secret Service is a spy comedy film directed by Matthew Vaughn and stars Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson. A spy agency recruits a struggling, but promising young man into their training program while an evil tech genius tries … Continue reading

St. Vincent Review

St. Vincent is a comedy-drama directed by Theodore Melfi and stars Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts, Chris O’Dowd, Terrence Howard and Jaeden Lieberher. Murray plays Vincent, an old, grumpy ex-war veteran who gets a pair of new neighbors in a divorced mother named Maggie (McCarthy) and her son Oliver (Lieberher). Vincent and Oliver form an … Continue reading

Paddington Review

Paddington is the story of a Peruvian bear, who after a series of events, goes to London in search of a new home. There, he meets a family who takes him in, but has trouble coping with life in the city and many adventures then ensue. Of course, Paddington the character is based on the … Continue reading

The Wedding Ringer Review

The Wedding Ringer Released: January 16, 2015 Rated: R Runtime: 110 Minutes Review by contributor Austin Winkler The Wedding Ringer is a comedy directed by Jeremy Garelick and stars Kevin Hart and Josh Gad. Gad plays Doug Harris, a socially awkward guy who’s about to get married. When he can’t find anyone to be the best man … Continue reading

The Interview Review

The Interview Released: December 24, 2014 Rated: R Runtime: 112 Minutes The Interview is a political comedy directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.  The film is just now making it’s way to theaters, a few days after the original release date. We all know about the controversy surrounding this film, … Continue reading

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