Stuber is a well-made action comedy starring Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista as the film throws it back to the great action comedies of the 1980s. In a summer full of remakes and sequels, Stuber is a fresh offering. At the same time, the film is such a throwback to the great action comedies that we love so much. It is going to offer us a nostalgic feeling. A different type than what we typically…"Stuber: A Throwback 80s Action Comedy"
Isn’t It Romantic? makes sure to hit all the romantic comedy cliches in an entertaining way complete with not one but two song-and-dance numbers. You can now bring home the film on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital! Being trapped in a romantic comedy is sure to be anybody’s worst fear. You know that the person you fall in love with is always going to be your best friend. It’s never going to be the deliciously attractive…"Isn’t It Romantic hits Blu-ray, Digital"
A Dog’s Journey is an emotional rerun of predecessor A Dog’s Purpose so please prepare yourselves accordingly with the right amount of Kleenex. A lot has changed since we last saw Bailey reunited with Ethan (Dennis Quaid) in A Dog’s Purpose. Ethan and Hannah (Marg Helgenberger) now have a granddaughter, Clarity June or CJ (Kathryn Prescott as an young woman). Hannah’s son, Henry, died in a car accident when Gloria (Betty Gilpin) was 8 months…"A Dog’s Journey Tugs At Emotions"
Isn’t It Romantic? makes sure to hit all the romantic comedy cliches in an entertaining way complete with not one but two song-and-dance numbers. Being trapped in a romantic comedy is sure to be anybody’s worst fear. You know that the person you fall in love with is always going to be your best friend. It’s never going to be the deliciously attractive hunk of guy. I wrote down early on in my notes who…"Isn’t It Romantic? – A Romantic Comedy Satire"
A love letter to the screwball comedies of the 1930s and 1940s, Future ’38 is a throwback screwball worth seeing. Written and directed by Carmen Sandiego veteran Jamie Greenberg, the film stars Betty Gilpin, Nick Westrate, Robert John Burke, Ethan Phillips, Sophie von Haselberg, and Ilana Becker. The film starts with Neil deGrasse Tyson introducing us to a lost film from 1938. He talks about the science behind the movie and what they got right.…"Future ’38: A Love Letter to 1930s and 40s Screwball Comedies"