‘Sing Street’ A Musical Masterpiece

Sing Street is a story about a boy who meets a girl, forms a band and writes music that changes all of their lives Here is the synopsis for Sing Street: “Like his earlier films ONCE and BEGIN AGAIN, SING STREET is inspired by writer/director John Carney’s life and love for music, and tells the story […]

Be Careful What You Ask For On the Internet

You probably wouldn’t let the Internet name your baby. So what could go wrong in naming your $289 million polar research vessel?

You Can’t Say That! Lessons Learned from Stand-Up Comedian John Crist

John Crist brings the laughs on this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast.

‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Takes a Real Look at a Tough Issue

The crew is back again and together have to find a way to save the neighborhood they all love I personally have not seen the other Barbershop films but I am a fan of Ice Cube’s work. He makes each of his movies special and they have been enjoyed by tons of people over the […]

A Place Where Everybody Calls You Names

Louis CK’s new show, Horace and Pete, isn’t what you’d expect.

‘The Boss’ A Comedy Some People will Enjoy

Melissa McCarthy is hit or miss with me. I liked her character in Spy and she was okay in Identity Thief, but this is because she played roles outside of her norm. I didn’t care for her much in The Heat or The Hangover 3, but to be fair that last one was bad for […]

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2’ A Peculiar Comedy

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 brings this huge clan together again after a family secret comes to their attention Over the years it has become increasingly tougher for Ian (John Corbett) and Toula (Nia Vardalos) to juggle parenting and marriage. Their relationship has lost much of the spark it once had, and they also […]

‘Fuller House’ A Spin-off Not All Fans Will Like

This Spin-Off had a rough start but as it progressed it slowly got better — Growing up there were a few shows that I loved watching every week and Full House was one of those shows. From the lovable characters, the heartfelt moments and the lessons learned each week this was a clever show that […]

The New ‘Ghostbusters’ Trailer is Here, and it is Pretty Bad

Ghostbusters is a well known franchise. Since the original movie came out in 1984 it has always been loved by fans of all ages. After this movie came out there was a sequel that also did very well and overall was a hit and fans were happy to see the whole cast together again combating […]

‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’ Takes People to the World of War Reporting

See this dangerous type of work in action through the eyes of some reporters who helped tell the world about it In 2002 a cable news producer named  Kim Barker (Tina Fey) gets tired of her dead end job at a local station and is offered and opportunity to go to Kabul, Afghanistan to be a war […]

‘Zoolander 2’ A Silly Sequel that Tries too Hard to be Funny

Zoolander 2 is missing many of the clever elements that made the first movie so wonderful Ben Stiller has made a number of really wonderful comedies over the years. He was hilarious in Dodgeball, hit a home run in Something About Mary, was genius in the Secret Life of Walter Mitty and was very funny […]

‘Deadpool’ Brings the Merc with a Mouth To Exquisite Life

See this anti-hero in action with all of the violence, comedy and other elements that make this character great There have only been a few anti-heroes in the Marvel universe and even less of them in the movies. Some would say Wolverine has these qualities that don’t always make him a hero, and fans did […]

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ A Darker Adaptation of the Book

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has a darker and grittier tone but still makes for a very good story A trend is happening in literature in where many classic books are being rewritten with different tones and gorier story lines. There are now Shakespearean versions of the first three Star Wars movies, Wicked and Son of […]

‘Hail, Caeser’ A Movie that Won’t Be for Everyone

Hail, Caeser takes audiences back in time to the early days of Hollywood The Coen Brothers are a well known team by now. They have made such films as O Brother Where Art Thou, No Country for Old Men, Burn After Reading and many other popular movies, some that have been huge successes. Their films stray from the […]

‘Dirty Grandpa’ Takes a Raunchy Look at the Later Years of Life

This movie has some funny moments but not enough to make it a must see comedy The comedy genre cam get stuck in a pattern pretty easily. But every once in a while something new comes along to shake it up and this can have mixed results. Sometimes it creates classics like Ghostbusters, Revenge of […]

‘Anomalisa’ Takes a Peek into the Mind of A Troubled Man

Michael Stone is a man who goes a business trip where he meets someone real special A lot of films come out every year. They can be funny, dramatic, thought provoking or even animated and meant for the whole family to enjoy together. Anomalisa is not your usual movie. It covers some of these areas […]