John C. Reilly delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in the cult classic musical biopic spoof that is Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. While 2007 may have been the year of Judd Apatow, Walk Hard was not well-received by audiences. It’s since gone onto become a cult classic. I mean, the fact that we’re talking about this film on its 15th anniversary tells you the respect that it commands today. You cannot make a musical biopic…"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Marks 15th Anniversary"
Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers isn’t a reboot but a comeback of the world famous chipmunk detectives in an all-new adventure. If you’ve watched the trailer already, you should probably know that it gives too much of the film away. We already know from the trailer that Disney is taking advantage of their library of characters. It works in the film’s best interest much like a similar occurrence in Ralph Breaks The Internet. There are…"Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers: A Nostalgic Adventure"
A cheerleading captain wakes up after two decades in a coma and decides to go back to high school in order to finish her Senior Year. If you have not watched Deep Impact, I suggest turning on HBO Max and watching the disaster thriller. If you don’t have HBO Max, please feel free to rent the movie. Otherwise, there will be Deep Impact spoilers during this film. It’s not a major part of the film…"Senior Year: Rebel Wilson Comedy Has Heart"
Disney+ gave us the first look at the upcoming live-action/CG animated action-comedy reboot, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers. Their comeback has been 30 years in the making as we catch up with the former Disney Afternoon television stars in modern-day Los Angeles. Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers premieres May 20, 2022, exclusively on Disney+. In advance of the release, we got the first look at the trailer and an official poster. Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue…"Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers – First Trailer"
Home Sweet Home Alone starts out slow but once the slapstick starts is when the film truly gets hysterical with the laughs coming nonstop. Hunter (Tim Simons) says it the best when a remake/reboot of Angels with Filthy Souls is on TV. Why remake the classics when they’re never better than the originals? He’s not wrong. Jeff and Pam are not the Wet Bandits. They’re just parents trying their best. These to are as opposite…"Home Sweet Home Alone Is Fine (It’s Not)"
Austin Found tells the story of what one mother will do for fame. Directed by Will Raee from a screenplay written by Brenna Graziano, the indie comedy stars Linda Cardellini, Skeet Ulrich, Ursula Parker, Patrick Warburton, Jon Daly, Chris Parnell, Matt Jones, with Kirsten Schaal and Craig Robinson. Leanne Miller (Cardellini) used to be the queen bee in high school. Nowadays, she’s the mother of a young girl, Patty (Parker) that she enters in beauty…"Austin Found: What A Mother Will Do For Fame"