Across a nameless country an epidemic is causing people to lose their sight. The government takes drastic measures and quarantines the afflicted. A doctor (Mark Ruffalo) becomes blind and his loyal wife (Julianne Moore) pretends she’s blind in order to accompany him into quarantine.
Following in the footsteps of Kevin James’ Paul Blart: Mall Cop (and what a mighty fierce piece of shit that looked like), Observe and Report features Seth Rogen as Ronnie Barnhardt, a slightly mentally handicapped mall cop with delusions of grandeur in this comedy/drama/underdog story/ummmmm…..
17 Again is the story of Mike O’Donnell, a one-time high school basketball superstar who finds himself with two kids he barely knows and on the brink of divorce with his high school sweetheart. He longs to relive his golden days and in supremely predictable cinematic fashion has his wish granted.
Sometimes you want a friend to watch a movie for the rush of sharing a meaningful theatrical experience with them. Other times you want that friend to watch a movie purely for the enjoyment of watching them writhe in agony.
So 11 days and 50 films later, here I sit trying to make sense of it all. There are a few great films, a few horrible films, and many in between. I’ll keep things short and give you a list of the ones worth seeking out.
Well, I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m sick and tired of seeing my beautiful webpage soiled with all this green, pretentious writing. It’s time I turn this petry dish of insightful fungus into a beautiful, blue lagoon of awesomeness.
A Game for Girls – Matteo Rovere – Italy A group of rich highschool girls go through life controlling and manipulating all the people around them. Things come to a head when the new young[…]
I haven’t had this much fun in a movie theatre since I got an ex-girlfriend to reinact a particular line of Alanis Morissette’s breakout hit You Oughta Know with me while watching The X-Files Movie in 1998!