Everybody Wants Some!! is a Spiritual 1980s sequel

Writer-drector Richard Linklater returns to the big screen in the form of Everybody Wants Some!!, a spiritual sequel of sorts to his 1993 film, Dazed and Confused. Set during the 1980s on a college campus, Linklater brings together a cast that includes Will Brittain, Zoey Deutch, Ryan Guzman, Tyler Hoechlin, Blake Jenner, J. Quinton Johnson, Glen Powell, Wyatt Russell, Austin Amelio, Temple Baker, Tanner Kalina, Juston Street, and Forrest Vickery. Jenner stars as Jake, a…

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Mr. Right: Anna Kendrick, Sam Rockwell star in Action Comedy

Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick star in Mr. Right, the romantic action comedy opening Friday in limited theaters and Video on Demand platforms. The two have perfect chemistry together in this enjoyable comedy. Paco Cabezas directs from a screenplay written by Max Landis. Rockwell and Kendrick lead a cast that includes Tim Roth, James Ransome, Anson Mount, Michael Eklund and RZA. Landis’ screenplay has it all and because of that, the film is hard to…

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The Boss is another Melissa McCarthy Hit

Melissa McCarthy more than makes up for Tammy with her upcoming film, The Boss. While anything McCarthy does with director Paul Feig makes for classic comedy, it’s the films not directed by Feig that give some pause to question whether the film is any good. This one is good though. It’s not too long either with a running time of 99 minutes. Directed by McCarthy’s husband, Ben Falcone, the movie stars McCarthy, Kristen Bell, Kathy…

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Archived Flicksided Reviews

You can read my old Flicksided reviews here. 2013: This is The End Much Ado About Nothing White House Down The Way, Way Back: Best Comedy of 2013 Girl Most Likely We’re The Millers is a fun road trip Kick-Ass 2: The Sequel Lives Up To The Hype Lee Daniels’ The Butler: A Look Back at the Civil Rights Era Blue Jasmine: Another Best Picture Candidate for Woody Allen Blackfish: Sea World will never be…

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