A mostly great cast and a twist on the rom-com genre helps save "The Switch" from cinematic mediocrity. By Brittany Hyatt.
Category Archives: Romance
Emotion takes precedence over explosions in this brainy thriller by first-time director George Nolfi. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Anna Faris and Topher Grace party like it's 1988. By Michael L
It may seem like bombast, but Peter Jackson's first action-adventure since The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a rollicking 3-hour roller coaster. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet embody the antithesis of the American Dream, and the results are as captivating as they are depressing. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Christina Aguilera can still sing, Cher looks like a dude, and the musical numbers are pretty great. Plot? Not so much. By Dallas Stakes.
This is a movie by women, for women, about women. And they’re in it to bring the patriarchy down. By Michael L
Bill Murray is perfect. Bill Murray is perfect. Bill Murray is perfect. Review and Illustration By Adam Hyatt
Ode to classic rock tunes makes for a hell of a good time. By Joseph Chirico.
By Michael L (and Inspired by Thoughtful Conversations with Kaila Bell) Fun that from the belly of this religious-conservative maelstrom tea-bopping America seems to be striving towards, we should have Easy A. An updated riff on Hawthorne’s The Scarlett Letter, to be sure, and more … Read More →
by Adam Hyatt TiMER is quite the strange tale of love and fate. The description is what initially caused me to give the film a watch. In the future there is a new type of love service, a sort of evolution of e-harmony that can … Read More →
by Spike Scarberry The story in a sentence: A young man falls head over heels for a non-committal girl, and desperately tries to get over her after their break up. Hollywood has a structure for how romantic comedies are supposed to unfold. Usually it involves … Read More →