Anyone But You is the latest Will Gluck film to draw inspiration from a classic play or story and does so with hysteric success. Like any romantic comedy, Anyone But You is not immune to the classic tropes. It’s what the film manages to do with it in which the film lives or dies on its own. If it’s a Will Gluck film, you can expect the filmmaker to find a way to bring Natasha…"Anyone But You: Can Faking A Relationship Save the Weekend?"
Gran Turismo might be telling a classic underdog story but it would help if the film didn’t play loosely in the fact department. I have to be honest here in that I’m not a racing fan. I don’t watch NASCAR or any other racing organization. Even when NASCAR turned to Chicago for street racing, I avoided downtown like the plague. Nature had its own ideas in mind and was probably in the right for all…"Gran Turismo: Underdog Story Plays Loose With Facts"
Love Hard takes the idea of catfishing and somehow, albeit terribly, incorporates the concept into a romantic comedy movie on Netflix. It’s not often that you get to watch one of the best films of 2021 and one of the worst films of 2021 in the same week but here we are. I’ll be honest in that I wasn’t planning to write a review of the film, which I decided to watch and see why…"Love Hard: Catfishing Rom-Com Is A Terrible Movie"
American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules arrives on DVD as the fifth installment in the American Pie Presents Direct-DVD spin-off series. One of the things that sets this film apart from the previous spin-offs is that it is the first film to not feature Eugene Levy in the cast. Levy first portrayed Jim’s dad, Noah Levenstein, in 1999 but of course, the actor has been busy with Schitt’s Creek. At the same time, an appearance by…"American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules Now on DVD"