The Disaster Artist | Movie Review

You're tearing me apart, James Franco.  If you have experienced the phenomenon known as The Room then you may expect a behind the scenes bio-pic would answer some of your burning questions about the origins of the filmmaker, Tommy Wiseau. However, this film has no answers, only more questions, and speculation. But The Disaster Artist is surprisingly sweet homage to the worst film ever made, and an overall love letter to the film industry and those

Why Him? | Movie Review

Writer/ Director John Hamburg has been in the business for quite some time now. Born in Manhattan to New York Radio personalities Joan and Morton l. Hamburg, John got a degree in history from Brown University and then attended Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. In 1996 John screened his Short film Tick at the Sundance Film Festival which eventually led to his first feature film entitled Safe Men. From there he

TRUE STORY | Movie Review

Even though Jonah Hill is one of the most recognizable actors working today, he only began his career a little over ten years ago. He played small, bit parts on several different TV shows and films but it was the 2006 college comedy  Accepted that made him a household name. From there he has gained more and more notoriety with the films Knocked Up and Superbad. He since has transitioned himself from being only a

“This Is the End” Movie Review

Zombies. Outbreak. Umbrella Corporation. Tiny robot bogs that suck up all the electricity. We are in no short supply of apocalyptic scenarios in Hollywood, but the one we all seem to forget about; the Biblical Apocalypse (well at least Hollywood seems to have forgotten about it.) I know for me, I sat in Sunday school for years learning how to cleanse my soul and be a good person for fear of being left behind. Seth Rogen

“Spring Breakers” Movie Review

Pack your bags, kids, it’s time for spring break. That’s right, that time of the year where we get to cut loose and forget about our troubles. A preview to summer if you will. We get forget about finals, forget about grades, forget about bills and anything else we could remember to forget. Booze, remember the booze though. Neon lights flood the streets as bathing suit clad college students drink and party into the wee

Oz the Great and Powerful – Movie Review

Like most kids I remember watching the The Wizard of Oz as a kid. I wanted nothing more than to have a pair of ruby-red slippers and a dog to follow me around as I skipped along a yellow brick road on my way to get my wishes granted. Alas, I only had red sneakers that light up and I put a bow on my cat that I carried around in my makeshift picnic basket

Red Band Trailer: THIS IS THE END

    Synopsis: While attending a party at James Franco's house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and many other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse. Directed by: Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen Produced by: Sony Pictures Entertainment, Point Grey Pictures, Mandate Pictures Starring: Emma Watson, Paul Rudd, James Franco, Jason Segel, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, David Krumholtz, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Rihanna, Aziz Ansari, Craig Robinson, Evan Goldberg, Martin Starr, Mindy Kaling, Kevin Hart. Releases: June 14th, 2013   Trailer: *Warning - Graphic language,