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Movie Review: ‘Turbo’

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Turbo is a much-needed hilarious entry for everyone this summer, particularly the starving for entertainment, family-oriented crowd. Read More »

Movie Review: The Hangover Part III

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If any series was in need of a do over, it was The Hangover. After the huge success that was the original, director/co-writer Todd Phillips followed it up with the laziest sequel imaginable. The Hangover Part II was literally a case of substituting the original setting while filming a near shot for shot remake in Bangkok. While it still went ... Read More »

Movie Review: Pain & Gain

Another notch on Bay's belt of contempt for audiences. Read More »

TV Review: Community – “Regional Holiday Music”

Community lambasts an undeserving Glee, but does it in an original, brilliant, clever, funny way. Read More »

TV Review: Community – “Documentary Filmmaking: Redux”

Community explores the real Dean Pelton, while Jeff channels him, and Britta and Troy grow closer. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Big Mommas – Like Father, Like Son

Like a really bad episode of Bosom Buddies mashed with the worst High School Musical entry — only of much shoddier quality. Read More »

Movie Review: The Hangover Part II

The Wolfpack is back ... better than ever? Read More »

Movie Review: The Hangover Part II

Second verse exactly the same as the first as Todd Phillips' films keep getting progressively darker. Read More »

TV Review: Community – “A Fistful of Paintballs” and “For a Few Paintballs More”

Community gives a very, very creative two-part paintball war send-off to season two. Read More »

TV Review: Community – “Critical Film Studies”

Community delivered something something special, (WATCH COUGAR TOWN!), pop culture references overshadowed by philosophical debate. Read More »