This movie is a sequel to the 2006 movie “Night at the Museum.” In the first movie, Larry Daly (Ben Stiller) discovers the museum he guards comes to life at night, thanks to… continue reading this Movie Review.
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Posted in Movie Review, Uncategorized, tagged Amy Adams, artifacts, Ben Stiller, dioramas, exbibits, Hank Azaria, Larry Daly, Movie Review, Museum, Museums, New York, Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, owen wilson, Ricky Gervais, Robin Williams, Shawn Levy, Smithsonian on May 25, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Movie Review, Television, Uncategorized, tagged Danny Huston, Dominic Monaghan, Gavin Hood, Heroes, Hugh Jackman, Leiv Schreiber, Lynn Collins, Marvel, Marvel comics, Movie Review, movie reviews, Professor X, Ryan Reynolds, Sabretooth, superhero, superheroes, Wil.i.am, Wolverine, X-Men, X-Men Origins: Wolverine on May 5, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Atonement, Bach, Beethoven, Catherine Keener, cello, Jamie Foxx, Joe Wright, L.A. Times, Lamp Community, Los Angeles, Michael Bunin, Movie Review, Nathanial Anthony Ayers, Nelsan Ellis, Rachael Harris, Robert Downey Jr., Steve Lopez, symphony, The Soloist, violin on April 27, 2009| 2 Comments »
I’ve been watching preview for this movie for what seems like a year. The original release date was December 2008, but for some reason it was pushed to April 24, 2009. The movie is the true story of L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez (Robert Downey Jr.), who discovers a homeless man playing a violin on the streets of Los Angeles. The homeless man, Nathanial Anthony Ayers (Jamie Foxx), isn’t an average street performer… read the rest of this review.
Posted in Movie Review, Uncategorized, tagged 1980's, 1986, 80's music, Adventureland, amusement parks, Bill Hader, comedy, Eighties, eighties movies, eighties music, Greg Mottola, Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Kristin Wiig, Martin Starr, movie, Movie Review, Ryan Reynolds, Superbad on April 7, 2009| Leave a Comment »
The previews for this movie boasted, “brought to you by the creators of ‘Superbad,’” but this movie is very different. I never got around writing a review of “Superbad,” but I wasn’t a fan of the movie. It was occasionally amusing, but I found most of the jokes to be at best, sophomoric, and at worst, downright disgusting.
Obviously, I had low expectations for “Adventureland.” Read the rest of this review.
Posted in Movie Review, Uncategorized, tagged Bourne, Clive Owen, Duplicity, Jason Bourne, Julia Roberts, michael clayton, Movie Review, movies, Paul Giamatti, Rick Worthy, Tom Wilkinson, Tony Gilroy on April 3, 2009| 2 Comments »
I had high hopes for this movie. First, I was excited to see Tony Gilroy associated with this film. He was the writer/director behind my favorite movie of 2007, “Michael Clayton.” He has also a screenwriter on the Bourne film franchise.
Second, Julia Roberts will always hold a special place in my heart… read the rest of this review.
Posted in Book Review, Movie Review, Uncategorized, tagged academy awards, best picture, DVD, dvd review, grogan, Jenny Grogan, John Grogan, Marley & Me, Movie Review, Slumdog Millionaire on April 1, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Movie Review, Television, Uncategorized, tagged Adam Samberg, bromance, Favreau, I Love You, J.K. Simmons, Jaime Pressly, Jane Curtain, Jason Segel, John Hamburg, Jon, Lou Ferrigno, Man, Movie Review, My Name is Earl, Parks & Rec, Paul Rudd, puggle, Rashida Jones, Sarah Burns, the office on March 22, 2009| 2 Comments »