Some Kind of Hate

Release: Friday, September 18, 2015 (limited) [Vimeo] Written by: Adam Egypt Mortimer; Brian DeLeeuw Directed by: Adam Egypt Mortimer This review is my fifth contribution to Mr. Rumsey's Film Related Musings. A big thanks to James for hooking this one up! Adam Egypt Mortimer takes a stand against bullying in his feature film debut. The irony is he … Continue reading Some Kind of Hate

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Zombeavers

Release: Friday, March 20, 2015 (limited) [Netflix] Written by: Jordan Rubin, Jon Kaplan, Al Kaplan Directed by: Jordan Rubin Zombeavers is another one of those head-scratching concepts that happens to operate as both film title and plot synopsis. To be fair, a more in-depth plot synopsis would read something like: a bunch of horny teens -- a group that … Continue reading Zombeavers

Ant-Man

Release: Friday, July 17, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Edgar Wright; Joe Cornish; Adam McKay; Paul Rudd Directed by: Peyton Reed Well, it's official. After watching this, stepping on ants for me is a thing of the past. Stepping on ants is murder. If someone were to ask me what would be the strangest superhero for Marvel Studios to base … Continue reading Ant-Man

Hateship Loveship

Release: Friday, April 11, 2014 (limited) [Redbox] Written by:  Mark Jude Poirier Directed by: Liza Johnson At a certain point, restrained filmmaking can put a strain on its relationship with its audience. Liza Johnson's thoughtful but underwhelming Hateship Loveship is a film that dares to be subtle, so much so that it has trouble balancing its thematic and entertainment responsibilities. Despite the oddball title Johnson manages … Continue reading Hateship Loveship

Non-Stop

Release: Friday, February 28, 2014 [Theater] In this episode, Liam's on a mission to make sure one hundred and fifty million doll-hairs are transferred into the proper account otherwise. . . . .well, you can probably guess what the otherwise is. This is another one of those instances where you can glean everything you need to … Continue reading Non-Stop