Release: Friday, December 14, 2018 →Theater Written by: Phil Lord; Rodney Rothman Directed by: Bob Persichetti; Peter Ramsey; Rodney Rothman A Review from the Perspective of a Spider-Newb A cornucopia of visual delights that rivals the best of Pixar and Studio Ghibli, two of the giants in the world of animation, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has taken Sony Pictures … Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Release: Friday, April 13, 2018 →Theater Written by: Wes Anderson Directed by: Wes Anderson When it comes to Wes Anderson, 'more of the same' is absolutely a compliment. I don't find myself saying that about many other filmmakers. Now nine films deep into a career that has netted him an ever-growing, passionate and devoted fanbase it is clear … Continue reading Isle of Dogs
Release: Friday, April 7, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Makoto Shinkai Directed by: Makoto Shinkai To say Makoto Shinkai's massively acclaimed anime is ambitious would be an understatement. Your Name. seems to be an opus on everything from teen awkwardness to the relationship between time and memory to astrology. At its core it's a grand romantic tale but fastened to that are … Continue reading Your Name.
Release: Wednesday, November 23, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Jared Bush Directed by: Ron Clements; John Musker; Don Hall; Chris Williams Moana might just be Frozen's spiritual, tropical sequel. But to be honest, I'm only just guessing that -- I never saw Frozen. Couldn't stand the hype. When hype for a film made by a film company I generally … Continue reading Moana
Release: Friday, August 19, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Marc Haimes; Chris Butler; Shannon Tindle Directed by: Travis Knight Kudos to Kubo for being a wee bit different. I mean, generally speaking his story isn't one you haven't seen before -- unless of course you've had since your diaper days an elaborate scheme for avoiding all things Disney for … Continue reading Kubo and the Two Strings
Last time we were here, Paul helped inspire and orchestrate one of the most exciting and memorable comebacks in American boxing history as his once-upon-a-time prized fighter, Jimmy 'The Irish Hope' Braddock, fought his way out of a desperate situation amidst the chaos of The Great Depression to win it all. Now Paul turns from inspiration to oppressor … Continue reading Paul G — #7
Release: Friday, August 5, 2016 (Netflix) [Netflix] Written by: Irena Brignull; Bob Persichetti Directed by: Mark Osborne The Little Prince is a gem. It's a crime it never received a theatrical release. It's a heartwarming journey rivaling anything Pixar has created on an emotional and intellectual level, and perhaps it's the complex, multi-layered animation that truly sets the … Continue reading The Little Prince
Release: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 (limited) [Redbox] Written by: Charlie Kaufman Directed by: Charlie Kaufman; Duke Johnson Someone please give Michael Stone a hug. I'm starting an online petition to see if we can get Michael Stone just one good hug, because he really, really, really, really, really needs one. Either him or writer-director Charlie Kaufman, I'm not sure … Continue reading Anomalisa
Release: Friday, August 12, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; Kyle Hunter; Ariel Shaffir Directed by: Greg Tiernan; Conrad Vernon Sausage Party represents Seth Rogen's strongest screenwriting effort since Superbad. It's been even longer since he's been this charming in a lead role as well, and he plays a six-inch-long frankfurter. Or sausage, wiener, whatever. He's … Continue reading Sausage Party
Hey everyone, I thought I would re-blog my entry into A Timely Blogathon, an event that has been co-hosted by Rob of MovieRob and Anna of Film Grimoire. I apologize for the belated posting as the review actually went up a few days ago, but better late than never. Please be sure to visit their sites as they wrap up the blogathon with other great reviews from bloggers from around the globe. Thanks guys!
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Tnx for taking part Tom!
Hell and Back (2015)
Hell and Back is the result of a very goofy experiment. It manifests as Tom Gianas and Ross Shuman’s crude mash-up of Beavis and Butthead‘s juvenile sense of humor with Team America‘s suggestive (offensive?) usage of stop-motion animation.
The long and short of it? If you’re a fan of things like South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut or even just the episodes of the show where Satan plays a prominent role in the narrative, this gleefully profane trip to…
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