With Brad Bird directing and George Clooney starring, the Disney film Tomorrowland has had everyone’s curiosity for a while now. Story by Damon Lindelof.
Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon are the odd couple flavor of the month in this gal-pal comedy. One, a by-the-book law enforcement officer from Texas, the other a hotheaded wife of dangerous cartel member, the two are obviously going to have to work together to survive and see justice served.
Sometimes all you need to know about a movie is who stars in it and what the genre is, and you’ll know exactly what to expect. A zombie movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger seems like one of those cases. Don’t be fooled, though, this is not the action movie you might think it is.
In the undefined future, men and women travel to the far reaches of space in the blink of an eye. Slipstreaming long distances as some sort of particle signal is dangerous, but high paying. Sometimes the destination, though, is more dangerous than getting there.
Modern Family did it and now Unfriended has become (to my knowledge), the first full length feature to do it. Taking place (almost) entirely on a computer screen, this horror film has an intriguing premise, but does it amount to anything more than a gimmick?
Alex (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is a workaholic environmental lawyer. Luckily, her wonderful husband George (director Chris Messina) helps to juggle her young son Dakota’s school schedule, cooking for the household, and taking care of her aging and eccentric father. Too bad for her, George is tired of it all and with no warning walks out.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart star in this unlikely buddy comedy. Taking the common formula of opposite personalities working together, Get Hard‘s premise is just about as unlikely as the friendship of our two leads.
Based on the second in the book series by Veronica Roth – which is actually quite good – Insurgent is the sequel to last year’s Divergent. For no apparent reason, you can see it in IMAX 3D.
This is one movie you probably have made up your mind about based on the poster alone. Following in the footsteps of such modern classics as Sharknado, the title says it all.
Don Champagne (Patrick Wilson) and his wife Mona (Katherine Heigl) are living the life. He owns a successful furniture store and she is a driven (to put it mildly) housewife. With lofty goals set for her husband and two children, Mona isn’t going to let a little thing like blackmail from a pregnant mistress getContinue reading “Review – Home Sweet Hell”