Steve Carell and Greg Daniels have reteamed following The Office to bring us Space Force, a ripe comedy satire for the Trump era. Steve Carell–playing four-star general Mark R. Naird–is the perfect guy to lead the United States Space Force. Naird dreamed of running the United States Air Force. Alas, those dreams were not meant to be. So now, Mark, his wife, Maggie (Lisa Kudrow), and their daughter, Erin (Diana Silvers), leave the comfort of…"Space Force: The Comedy Satire for the Trump Era"
Following a brief theatrical run, Sonic The Hedgehog, otherwise known as The Blue Blur, is available for fans to bring home on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. After a lengthy delay to fix Sonic’s look, a lengthy theatrical run wasn’t meant to be. The film ended up getting an early digital release at the end of March to make up for the brief run. We certainly don’t know what will happen with theaters this year or…"Sonic The Hedgehog Now Available On Blu-ray, DVD"
A stand-up comedian moves home after four years of struggling to find success in Los Angeles in the recently released Standing Up, Falling Down. The story told in this film is one that is all too familiar. While stand-up opportunities are all over New York City, the biggest opportunities are almost always in Los Angeles. Take it from this improviser who weirdly became a film critic (I haven’t given up on comedy for what it’s…"Standing Up, Falling Down: A Familiar Story"
Blue Iguana mixes up the genres while offering an 80s vibe in both visuals and soundtrack. Unfortunately, it isn’t enough. Eddie (Sam Rockwell) and Paul (Ben Schwartz) spend their days working at a New York diner because a condition of their parole is that they maintain employment. The two are polar opposites but they are able to mesh well because of their personalities. In spite of it all, they are perfectly okay with working…"Blue Iguana: Solid Acting Doesn’t Save Comedy"
Featuring strong acting performances, Outside In is a character study exploring the struggles of a man upon his release from jail. With films like Your Sister’s Sister, director Lynn Shelton has set a reputation of being at her best when her films combine comedy and drama. Outside In plays more to the dramatic side than comedy. This isn’t to say it’s a bad film because it most assuredly is not but it’s a film that…"SXSW 2018: Outside In (Dir. Lynn Shelton)"