Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Buddy Comedy Strays Puts Crude Humor and a Surprising Bit of Heart into a Dog’s Tale

Sometimes you can just feel that dogs want to be your best friend in the world, and other times, you can simply look them in the eyes and know they […]

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Review: Parody Songs and Plenty of Heart, Laughs (and Cameos) in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

It should come as a surprise to no one that when approaching his own biopic, song-parody performer “Weird” Al Yankovic would be mostly incapable of telling his story seriously. In […]

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Review: The Foo Fighters Get Possessed in a Mostly Fun, Mostly Forgettable Studio 666

The tradition of having musicians star in movies is a long and dubious one. I’m not talking about the practice of putting song and dance performers in leading roles; no, […]

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Review: Netflix Animated Feature America: The Motion Picture Pokes Boisterous Fun at America’s Founding

America Motion Picture

It’s safe to say, I don’t believe your high school history classes taught you the version of the Revolutionary War that is presented in the animated action movie America: The […]

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Review: Animated, Direct-to-VOD Scoob! Is Somehow Too Much and Not Enough

Scoob

If it’s possible for a film to be both too much and not enough, then that’s probably the best way to describe Scoob!, the latest studio feature film that was […]

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Review: Genre-bending Extra Ordinary Spooks, Jokes and Thoroughly Entertains

Extra Ordinary

Heading to the movie theater might not be at the top of your list of Things To Do This Weekend, and it’s understandable if so. If, however, you’re more of […]

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Review: Middle School Mayhem—and Hormones—in an Entertaining Good Boys

Good Boys

Charm will always win out over crass, so imagine combining these two noble traits into one genuinely heartfelt, R-rated comedy about three sixth graders who set out on an epic […]

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