I don’t want to be a bummer, but I’m getting worried about Anchorman: The Legend Continues. Don’t misunderstand me: no matter what happens between now and December, I’m still going to go see it. I would probably plunk down $11.50 … Continue reading
It’s starting to get weird with Judd Apatow. It was acceptable (and quite cute) for him to cast his lovely and talented wife Leslie Mann as a drunk party girl in the writer/director’s debut feature, The 40 Year Old Virgin. … Continue reading
In 1988’s Bull Durham, Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) famously said that “fastballs are boring, and besides that, they’re fascist.” Well, that’s how I feel about Top Ten Movies of 2012 lists. It is that time of year in when critics … Continue reading
In addition to writing this blog, I also write film reviews for “The Rye Record,” a newspaper that services the town I went to high school in. Read my review of “The Five-Year Engagement” by clicking here!
Every two weeks, I’ll be linking to a non-political review published in The Rye Record, a wonderful newspaper that serves the area I grew up in. Please click here to read my review of “Jeff, Who Lives at Home” starring … Continue reading
On Friday, Geraldo Rivera ignited a firestorm when he took to the airwaves to defend the actions of George Zimmerman, a community watch captain who shot Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old man, in what he claims was self-defense. Rivera defended … Continue reading