Preview: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

Ever wondered what happened to Hansel and Gretel when they grew up??? Here’s a preview!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9246msCh7x4&feature=youtube_gdata_player Advertisements

Chicago Comic Con 2012

This weekend saw the yearly Chicago installment of Wizard World’s tour of Comic cons. The celebrity guest list was huge: everyone from WWE wrestler John Cena to regular favorites like Boondock Saints cast and Lou Ferrigno, and even new to the convention Tom Felton (Draco Felton from Harry Potter) and Jon Bernthal (Shane from The […]

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom is nothing short of adorable. Set in the 1960s in a New England island town, a pair of 12-year-old misfits fall in love through letters and agree to run away together. Sam, an orphan spending the summer at scout camp, wanders backstage at a church play and meets local loner Suzy; […]

The Dark Knight Rises (NO SPOILERS)

The 3rd and final installment of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” series premiered at midnight tonight with an explosive 2 hour 45 minute finale. The tale begins 8 years after the events of “Dark Knight” and Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) has retired from being Batman and ends up a cane-wielding recluse in rebuilt Wayne Mansion. After an […]

Jeff, Who Lives At Home (May 2011)

My roommate brings home this movie under the impression that it is a comedy (“That’s what redbox told me,” he says). Jason Segel is one of my favorite actors so naturally I assumed humor would be involved.   Though light-hearted, this movie deals mainly in kismet not laughs, as slacker and pot smoker Jeff (Jason […]

Safe and Predictable, but Hilarious–Pixar’s Brave

I’m not sure what provoked me to go see Pixar’s first fairytale, Brave. Maybe it was the strong female protagonist Merida (another first for Pixar) or maybe it was the delightful Scottish accents. Either way, I wasn’t disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, for adults this wasn’t a Pixar great that broke through and offered anything groundbreaking, but […]

I Love You, Man

Sorry for a post-bomb, but I wanted to get a few reviews down while I have the time. I Love You, Man is about an up-and-coming real estate broker, Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) who is desperately trying to sell the house of Lou Ferrigno (played by Lou) in order to put a down payment on […]