The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

Release: Friday, February 8, 2019 →Theater Written by: the Lord Philip; Christopher, a distinguished member of the Miller clan Directed by: someone of indeterminate skill (Mike Mitchell) Cough. It'snotasgoodasthefirst. Cough. Excuse me. The weather lately, I'm definitely under it -- while also being totally over it. It was in the 60s last Friday, mere days after a cold … Continue reading The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

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Isle of Dogs

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

The Little Prince

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

Anomalisa

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

Hell and Back

Release: Friday, October 2, 2015 [Netflix] Written by: Tom Gianas; Hugh Sterbakov; Zeb Wells Directed by: Tom Gianas; Ross Shuman 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 … Continue reading Hell and Back