Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again is the newest installment of a franchise that should have ended when Robin Williams died. I would have probably been on board with an animated film if they had the original cast. Instead, this feels much like one of those direct-video sequels where the stars walked away after the theatrical predecessor. When I saw that Nick Daley (Joshua Bassett) was going to be the lead character, I thought,…"Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again"
LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation is the newest canon-adjacent special to follow the sequel trilogy crew in a post-TROS adventure. The Skywalker saga may have come to an end but there’s no shortage of new adventures with Rey, Poe, and Finn. Where Rey (Helen Sadler) had the big focus in the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special, Finn (Omar Miller) gets the biggest focus in this one. Overall, this one is fine. Viewers are getting exactly…"LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation Is Fine"
VHYes certainly brings back the nostalgia by taking us back to a time when television viewing was very different in a pre-digital era. To say that they don’t make films like they used to would not be an understatement. When was the last time that you watched a VHS tape let alone filmed anything on cassette? Don’t answer that. It’s a rhetorical question. While most films are shot in digital in this era, VHYes goes…"VHYes: Don’t Tape Over Important VHS Tapes!"
Dog Days is the type of ensemble comedy that will chew and tug at your heart’s emotions. This is a very large ensemble cast. There’s always a worry when it comes to a film of this nature that someone’s going to get considerable more time than others. This does not appear to be the case. Everyone gets what appears to be an equal amount. In the vein of so many other ensemble films, many of…"Dog Days: A Crowd-Pleasing Comedy"
To put it in simple terms, Half Magic is a very feminist comedy about sex. Written and directed by Heather Graham, the film stars Graham, Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Thomas Lennon, Luke Arnold, Jason Lewis, Alex Beh, Michael Aronov, Molly Shannon, Rhea Perlman, and Chris D’Elia. Honey (Graham) is an aspiring writer and she’s at a complete standstill in both her personal and provate lives. Tormented since she was ten years old by the words preached by Father…"Half Magic: A Very Feminist Comedy About Sex"