To Live and Die in LA The only element that really screams 1985 about William Friedkin’s underrated noir classic To Live and Die in LA is its soundtrack, heavily dosed with the melodic pop of Wang Chung.... Read more »
Weiner-Dog, the long-awaited sequel to 1996’s kooky and lovable indie gem Welcome to the Dollhouse has started shooting, which should send hearts leaping into mouths with excitement and anticipation. But allow those hearts to plummet south again,... Read more »
Don’t you love commercial flops that somehow turn out to be great, like the heavily tube-socked and short-shorts-laden Wet Hot American Summer, which came out in 2001? It bombed with the critics in spite of having a... Read more »
“Ted 2″: The death knell for bro comedy? Is bro comedy dead? “Ted 2″ underwhelms at box office After a ubiquitous ad campaign that lasted for several weeks, “Ted 2″ had a surprising lack of success at... Read more »
Oh no! I’m so sorry, it’s The Moops As evidenced by mistakes involving both the Supreme Court decision and the NBA Draft, Twitter appears to have an autocomplete problem (Gawker, Business Insider) Where you wondering about all... Read more »
(Note: This review of “Escobar: Paradise Lost” first ran last October during the Philadelphia Film Festival. It’s reproduced now on occasion of the film’s release:) Well, at least it’s better than “Medell?n.” That was, of course, the... Read more »
Image Courtesy of Nerdist At the time, it was the second biggest heist in US history. A collection of novice criminals, including a couple who worked for the Loomis Fargo & Company in Charlotte, North Carolina, robbed... Read more »
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