Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve and limit this COVID-19 horror show as much as possible. We’re donating where we can, but mostly we’re staying out of the way, hauled up alone in our apartments riding it out so we don’t contribute to the spread of this thing. So that means we’re […]

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve and limit this COVID-19 horror show as much as possible. We’re donating where we can, but mostly we’re staying out of the way, hauled up alone in our apartments riding it out so we don’t contribute to the spread of this thing. So that means we’re […]

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve and limit this COVID-19 horror show as much as possible. We’re donating where we can, but mostly we’re staying out of the way, hauled up alone in our apartments riding it out so we don’t contribute to the spread of this thing. So that means we’re […]

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined…

  Kelly Bedard

Hello, Fellow Social Isolators! Like you, we’re determined to do all we can to #FlattenTheCurve and limit this COVID-19 horror show as much as possible. We’re donating where we can, but mostly we’re staying out of the way, hauled up alone in our apartments riding it out so we don’t contribute to the spread of this thing. So that […]

  Chris Behmke

With Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker in theatres and Disney+’s hit show The Mandalorian finishing its first season, Star Wars is again firmly back in the contemporary zeitgeist. Critics and general viewers will have their differing reactions to the newest Star Wars stories, but there is only one Star Wars production that stands alone with the […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

In 2011, when Captain America: The First Avenger came out, I wrote a review that basically boiled down to: I’d watch the TV show but am bored with the pilot episode. Given my glee and love for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, I’d say that was about right. I feel the […]

  Kelly Bedard

I was really looking forward to The 5 Year Engagement. I was convinced it would be the movie that would finally make me love Emily Blunt (I’ve never warmed to her, but remain convinced that John Krasinski would never marry a cold fish). And she fares pretty well. She’s just goofy enough to shed that […]

  Jason Hellerman

The Lorax is one of my favorite Dr. Seuss stories.  It’s a morality tale, a sort of new-age parable about appreciating what you have and taking care of what you’ve got.  It is not as anti-industry as it is pro-practicality.  It’s modern economical ethics for kids with rhymes.  The 2012 film adaptation takes this core […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

Wanderlust, the new David Wain (Stella, Wet Hot American Summer) comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, is a deeply funny movie, with laughs that run the gamut from the shocked “Oh Shit!” style laughter to the character-based chuckle. Unfortunately, despite its producer pedigree in the form of one Mr. Judd Apatow, it’s also a […]

  Jason Hellerman

I was extremely excited when I got a special sneak preview of Act Of Valor, the highly promoted film starring actual Navy SEALS and based on “real life” scenarios they may face in the field.   I have a number of friends who served in the armed forces and a few who, while in active […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

There are many, many things that do not work about This Means War; check out Rotten Tomatoes, where the film is currently getting a 26% fresh rating. The movie is home to enough clichés to power about fourteen thousand post-modern comedies (like Friends with Benefits) about how clichéd romantic comedies are. The ending you can […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

The Vow is exactly what you expect from watching the trailer. This is a good thing, generally, because it means that you can watch those three minutes and know, absolutely, if this movie is going to be worth your time. But let me help you even further. The trailer makes the movie look cheesy. It […]

  Kelly Bedard

I am the first one to admit that I flipflop on this issue. I am a massive Rom-Com fan. It’s probably my favourite genre. When I was little and we went to Men in Black for my brother’s birthday and I got really scared by that opening scene where they blow up the alien, my […]

  Kelly Bedard

This was a tricky movie to make, no one’s going to argue that. There’s never been more sensitive ground for modern American filmmakers to tread than the memory of 9/11. But Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close should have moved me. It made me cry, I’ll admit to that, but it didn’t move me- and yes, […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

When I was little, I went to see The Secret Garden in theaters with my mom. During one scene, as young Mary Lennox is creeping towards the garden, I started to freak out. When my mom asked, “What’s wrong?” in a very nice voice, although I’m sure what she meant was “Why the hell is […]