Category Archive: Comedy

Blindspotting

Wow. Just wow. This weekend doesn’t have too much happening in the way of movies but that’s quite alright because one of the new releases threw us a curveball in the best way… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* The To Do List

I’m not gonna lie, there have been a few good releases this week. None of which I got to see so I decided to give you an all time favorite of mine that… Continue reading

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

Back for a minute with a good one for you. Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates stars Zac Efron (Dirty Grandpa, The Lorax, 17 Again), Adam Devine (The Intern, Modern Family *Series, Pitch… Continue reading

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

I’m back for the moment with a good one! Are you big fan of the Lonely Island like me? Because if so you’re going to love this. Lonely Island team, Andy Samberg (Celeste… Continue reading

*Hidden Gem* The Voices

  I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I make it a valid point not to cuss in my blogs. I like it to be very PG…-ish but I’m sorry I feel like… Continue reading

Deadpool

Hold on! I haven’t forgotten an update this weekend! It’s just kinda sorta late is all…but well worth the wait. Valentines weekend brought us the release of Deadpool in all it’s R-rated foul-mouthed,… Continue reading

Ride Along 2

Ride Along 2 stars Ice Cube (Boyz N the Hood, Are We Done Yet?, Three Kings) and Kevin Hart (About Last Night, The Five-Year Engagement, This is the End) returning for a sequel… Continue reading

Joy

To be completely 100% honest with you the trailers for Joy didn’t give much to go on. I had no idea what the movie was about I just knew that I’d be seeing… Continue reading

The Peanuts Movie

“Good grief!” Why did it take so long for us to have another Peanuts movie? Maybe because the world wanted a classic to remain a classic and not have any new flashy up-to-date… Continue reading

The Visit

So this weekend we had the release of The Visit a sort of mock-umentary about two kids first visit to their grandparents house and all the disturbing occurrences that take place while they’re… Continue reading

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    • Toronto Film Review: ‘David Foster: Off the Record’ September 19, 2019
      By the early 1970s, as the counterculture was dissolving and reconfiguring, there were new pop-star archetypes on the horizon that we still tend to think of — the glam rocker, the sensitive singer-songwriter, the hair-band metal strutter, the prog-rock wizard, the belting pop chanteuse, the punk rocker. But there was another figure of the era […]
      Owen Gleiberman