Summer of the Buzz continued in Kansas with another night of great music. This time, alternative radio station 96.5 the Buzz brought in Vampire Weekend and Cults for an outdoor show at the Crossroads.
Historically however, horror movie sequels have rarely been as well received as their predecessors, so I went in with an open mind and low expectations. And let me tell you, I was most definitely not disappointed. In fact, I would have to say it is one of the best horror movie sequels I’ve seen in a long time as well as one of the smartest and edgiest.
Beautiful visuals, well done action sequences and a great story deliver all that is necessary for a summer blockbuster and moves beyond this title as a genuinely good film.
“Begin Again” is a love story, but not your typical love story. Not everyone gets a second chance at love and not every second chance is worth giving. For two strangers brought together by unfortunate circumstances, they’re about to get a second chance at love. Their love story brings them together and shows them falling back in love…with music.
“Obvious Child” is the most fun you are likely to have this close to an abortion, and that’s a promise.
If you’re in touch with your feminine side, can handle a film dealing with an abortion, and you want to see an “alternative” romantic comedy, “Obvious Child” is a film that shouldn’t be missed.
When we think about the “old west,” our minds always gravitate towards the excitement and adventure, the outlaws and the opportunity. We never really think about it long enough to realize how much it would actually suck to live back in the 1800′s, especially in the old west. “A Million Ways to Die in the West” is Seth MacFarlane’s ode to just that.
The X-Men have existed together as a franchise since 1963 and have amassed countless fans in that time and Bryan Singer has only added to these numbers when he helped bring the mutant crew to the big screen first in 2000. Now seven films in, Fox has worked for the last decade and a half building their cinematic universe with some misses and stumbles along the way and it is all brought together in “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”
Gareth Edwards made a pretty impressive debut for himself with 2010’s Monsters, a micro-budgeted film about two people navigating through what was once Mexico in a world now invaded by aliens. In this film, Edwards showed his ability to craft together a compelling story with interesting characters surrounded by giant creatures that aren’t necessarily front […]