The Wedding Singer marked its 25th anniversary in February and the film remains one of Adam Sandler’s best comedies. I meant to review film earlier this year for its anniversary. Unfortunately, I was still recovering from Sundance and didn’t get around to doing so. It wasn’t until catching Sandler receiving the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on the DVR in which I made sure to take care of the rewatch for the anniversary review.…"The Wedding Singer: A Belated 25th Anniversary"
Friendsgiving, featuring a talented group of comedy stars, is now available to watch from your couch on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. This is one of those films that generally looks good on paper. But in terms of the film’s execution? Not so much. A few of the cast members here do the best with the material at hand. However, it simply isn’t enough to elevate the film to, well, being watchable. It would be one…"Friendsgiving Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD"
The Orange Years: The Nickelodeon Story is a documentary that takes us back in time to the glory years of the Nickelodeon network. It’s no surprise to see Adam F. Goldberg attached to the documentary as an executive producer. If his ABC series, The Goldbergs, is any indication, the man has a serious love for everything pop culture. But enough about Adam, this film isn’t about him. No, it’s about the slime–I mean, Nickelodeon. Nick…"DOC NYC 2018: The Orange Years"