A seventh grade middle school student and a B*Bot become strange pals in Locksmith Animation’s new film, Ron’s Gone Wrong. As Barney Pudowski (Jack Dylan Grazer) returns to Nonsuch Middle School for the new school year, he lacks what everyone else has: a B*Bot. He’s not the most popular kid in school and not owning a B*Bot makes him the outcast of the crowd. His dad, Graham (Ed Helms) knows how much he wants one…"Ron’s Gone Wrong A Film About Friendship"
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison spoke with Solzy at the Movies about their new film, Together Together, opening this weekend in theaters. One thing I love about the film is that it is a game-changer for transgender representation. I said as much in my review during Sundance and then some. Besides this, the film is led by the strength of Helms and Harrison in bringing about a new charming comedy. In addition to this film,…"Ed Helms, Patti Harrison talk Together Together"
Together Together marks a cinematic game-changer in terms of opportunities given to transgender talent on the big screen. Transgender talent are have really just begun to start getting more opportunities in big screen roles. More often than not, it’s usually a supporting role or a mere cameo in a big screen film. What we see in this film is a complete game-changer in every sense of the word. Not only does Patti Harrison have a…"Sundance 2021: Together Together"
With comedic narration provided by Ed Helms, Disneynature’s Penguins is able to offer some lively insight into the lives of Adélie penguins. Earth Day traditionally means the release of a new nature documentary from Disneynature. This year’s offering takes us to the cold of Antarctica and go after our funny bone in the way that Helms narrates the film. We’re quickly introduced to Steve. He is a 5-year-old Adélie penguin making his way back home to Antarctica after…"Penguins: Ed Helms livens up Disneynature Film"
Corporate Animals finds a way to hysterically comment on workplace situations during a team-building exercise that just happens to go wrong. The film sucks us in with a commercial for the Incredible Edible Cutlery Company. The company’s mission is to rid the planet of disposable plastic cutlery. While it’s not a bad idea in theory, it’s easier said than done. Run by CEO Lucy Vanderton (Demi Moore), she’s hoping that a corporate retreat in the New Mexico desert…"Sundance 2019: Corporate Animals"
Tag is a fun summer comedy about a group of friends who get together during the month of May for a very competitive game. They’ve been playing tag since since 1983 and one player has never been tagged. Set in 2013, Hogan “Hoagie” Malloy (Ed Helms), Randy “Chilli” Cilliano (Jake Johnson), Kevin Sable (Hannibal Buress), Bob Callahan (Jon Hamm), and Jerry Pierce (Jeremy Renner) have gotten together every May for the last 30 years. What makes this…"Tag: You’re It In This Fun Summer Comedy!"
Chappaquiddick is a film that strives to take an even-handed look at the tragic events of July 1969 but it’s just not compelling enough of a film. It’s not so much a political film inasmuch as it is one that seeks to take an investigative look. John Curran, directing from a screenplay written by Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, takes us back to yet another cursed moment for the Kennedy family. It’s a sad moment for…"Chappaquiddick: Character Study Falls Short"
I Do…Until I Don’t boasts an all-star cast but the laughs are few and far between. Written and directed by Lake Bell, the film stars Bell, Ed Helms, Dolly Wells, Amber Heard, Wyatt Cenac, , Chace Crawford, with Paul Reiser, and Mary Steenburgen. Vivian (Wells) is a documentary filmmaker and she’s going around Vero Beach, Fla., in hopes of finding some couples to be in her next film. With lifespans getting longer and attention spans…"I Do…Until I Don’t falls short"