It’s another Tina Fey vehicle, but certainly a different go-round for the comedy legend-in-the-making.
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
“Alex of Venice” brings with it all the best elements you’ve come to want in an indie film: drama, humor, romance and an overall welcome effort to keep it simple.
Characters make you laugh and cry and laugh again. And in the middle of it all is a very compelling and touching story about friendship.
Paul Preston’s annual once-over of the nominees. Who will win, who should win, and the Top 10 Films of 2011.
A flashy feature film entrance for the excellent Dominic Cooper but lacks real punch due to sparse story-induced character introspection. A good rental if you’ve seen everything else at the Redbox.
Capsule reviews by The Movie Guys include “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia” and “Paul”. Quick plot, quick opinion and we’re out.
The Movie Guys on three short films that caught our eye – “The Butterfly Circus”, “The Embalmer” and “Touch”
The terrifying adults in this film often acted as if they hid the town secret of the local werewolf, but no such wolf ever shows.
We all have dreams, but if we don’t achieve them, does that mean we can’t still be happy?