Yellowcard’s fans hugged each other close and not just because it was unseasonably chilly for a Texas “autumn.” Tonight, everyone at Austin’s Historic Scoot Inn was inching closer to their friends and fan-family as they celebrated the bittersweet ending of an era.
Lead by the incomparably talented Emily Blunt, this all star cast is full of fantastic actors who all encompassed their roles so perfectly that an almost immediate immersion into the story was instant for the viewer. Along with the fantastic performances, a cloudy seaside town in New York perfectly sets the tone for the auras of depression and melancholic dread that fill the story.
Underlined by an eerie, but beautiful score and instagram-worthy scene set ups, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” is odd, creepy, beautiful and engaging.
Summertime: pools open, delicious BBQ smells are wafting through the air, and the influx of summer blockbusters hit movie theaters like a ton of bricks. This year we already have had a new installment of the Captain America series “Civil War”, the hero vs hero saga “Batman v Superman”, the female driven “Ghostbusters”, and the […]
‘Jason Bourne’ feels like an out-of-time, unnecessary appendage that’s been Frankesteined onto an already well-crafted trilogy.
*As a male writing this, I feel the need to add this: Fellas, if there was ever a comedy that sounds “female-centric” that you are going to want to hit up, this is it! Imagine Bridesmaids but WAY WAY funnier. Oh yeah! I said it.* This is one of the best pure comedies that I’ve […]
Chances are that if you’re reading this, you’ve heard about “that new Daniel Radcliffe movie where he plays a farting corpse.” And yes, “Swiss Army Man” is that movie and yes, Daniel Racliffe is in fact playing a farting corpse. You heard right. But this movie is so much more than a long fart joke.
Unfortunately ‘Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping’ refuses to connect on anything close to the levels of fun of its predecessors.