Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for another magical mystery food tour.
Thu 14 Aug 2014
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Wed 30 Jul 2014
Quick takes on two smaller movies, now in theaters.
Fri 13 Jun 2014
Grooving on the unique musical stylings of the Swedish punk rock flick, We Are the Best!
Fri 23 May 2014
Bryan Singer gives the X-Men franchise, and his own career, a much-needed adamantinum shot in the arm.
Fri 6 Jul 2012
Oliver Stone’s Savages is one of the summer’s most purely enjoyable entertainments. I definitely had more fun with this rollicking crime story than the leaden reboot The Amazing Spider-Man. Check out my reviews from the last few weeks by clicking the links below.
Fri 22 Jun 2012
Pixar’s Brave is yet another sumptuously animated feature from America’s premiere animation house. But is it one of the studio’s best works? Read my review over at TWoP along with the rest of the week’s content.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Review
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Review
To Rome With Love Review
Woody Allen Press Conference
I Want My DVD
Pixar’s Best and Worst Heroines
Fri 15 Jun 2012
The ’80s come alive again in Rock of Ages, a big-screen version of the Broadway jukebox musical. I wish it were as fun as it sounds. I review that film and offer a few other pieces of content at TWoP this week.
Sat 9 Jun 2012
Ridley Scott’s Prometheus is one of the most visually impressive films I expect to see all year. Just wish he and Damon Lindelof had taken an equal amount of care with the plot. I break down my issues with the movie further in my review over on TWoP. Follow the links below.
Fri 1 Jun 2012
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Snow White and the Huntsman puts a new spin on the old fairy tale and winds up being one of the summer’s most enjoyable surprises. Check out my review over a TWoP by following the link below.
Fri 25 May 2012
Men in Black 3 is the weekend’s big release, but the movie that you should be seeing (if it’s playing at a theater near you, of course) is Wes Anderson’s hugely enjoyable story of young love, Moonrise Kingdom. Check out my review and the rest of this week’s content over at TWoP.