Archive for January, 2012
There are a lot of great new releases on satellite and at the box office and maybe a few you haven’t even heard of. If you like movies as much as we do you’re going to love our top three picks for what to pick up or check out this weekend:
30 Minutes or Less: This slapstick style comedy revolves around the idea of a pizza man turned bomber, by force. It’s hilarious in its own right but don’t expect groundbreaking television – it’s just a silly movie.
Cars 2: The kid in you will really enjoy this animated follow up to the Pixar classic but don’t get too excited. Although it’s well done and has many of the same characters it just doesn’t have the spark of the original.
The Change Up: Ryan Reynolds gives us another great performance opposite Jason Bateman in this rude 21st century comedy. It’s not the most original premise in the world but it’s funny and it’s great for a date night, too. Just don’t watch it with your mom.
If you are looking for a great review on a movie that you are interested in, consider why this article will be very insightful for you to read. This review is covering the movie “the skeptic”, and will look at some of the actors that shaped this movie up to what it is today. The storyline follows a man (Bryan Becket) who is a skeptic lawyer and, after his aunt dies, moves into his aunt’s house dismissing Read the rest of this entry »