From the trailers, one might have hoped that Hail, Caesar! was a fun ensemble comedy, and a return to form for the Coen Brothers whose classic comedies like The Big Lebowski and O Brother, Where Art Thou? have taken a back seat in recent years
Poor DreamWorks can’t seem to catch a break. Despite putting more effort into most of their films than Pixar has in recent years, and having as much to do with sparking the ongoing animation boom as Pixar did, “DreamWorks movie” still tends to be more
I’ll say this much for the blizzard that has left me more or less trapped in my apartment for the weekend – between it and graduating, I am finally catching up on my leisure reading. Most recently, I finally finished a book I got as
Not for the first time, I owe Donnie Yen a sincere thank you. Going into this weekend, I was stuck between a rock-and-a-hard place in terms of choosing a movie to review this week. Even by the usual standards of mid-January releases, this week offered
It would appear that the Solar System may have a ninth planet once again – ironically enough, courtesy to a discovery from the same team that got Pluto demoted. NASA : we were wrong , there ARE 9 planets in the Solar System PLUTO: I’m
You know, if you’d have told me a few hours ago that Michael Bay was capable of making a gripping, intense war movie, one centered on one of the most controversial international incidents in recent history no less, I might have laughed in your face.
No, none of you reading this will win Powerball. Somehow, I think everybody reading this knows that already. Even a small amount of common sense should tell you that, much less even rudimentary statistics. The odds of winning Powerball right now are 1-in-292 million, just a