#Filmdrunk Reviews

Review: ‘Sin City 2′ Is A Movie For Guys Who Wear Fedoras

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Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' is a scummy movie for scummy people.

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Review: ‘Calvary,’ An Irish Film About Alcohol, Catholicism, And Death

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Review of 'Calvary,' the new film from 'The Guard' director John Michael McDonagh, brother of 'In Bruges' director Martin McDonagh.

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Review: ‘Life After Beth’ Stars Aubrey Plaza As A Jazz-Loving Zombie

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Opening today, 'Life After Beth' is a comedy starring Aubrey Plaza as a zombie who loves smooth jazz.

INTO THE STORM

Review: ‘Into The Storm’ Has No Answers Blowin’ In The Wind

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Somewhere, a few years back, deep in the bowels of the City of Angels, the following conversation happened: "People will see a local disaster film, right.

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Woody Allen’s Charm Can’t Overcome His Creepiness In ‘Magic In The Moonlight’

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Woody Allen isn't quite clever enough to overcome his latent creepiness in his latest, Magic in the Moonlight.

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Review: ‘Get On Up’ Is Basically ‘Walk Hard: The James Brown Story’

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The James Brown biopic 'Get On Up' is a painfully mediocre movie with great acting and an exceptional soundtrack.

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Review: Marvel Goes ‘5th Element’ In ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’

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'Guardians of the Galaxy' is more like 'The Fifth Element' than a superhero movie, and that is a very good thing.

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Movies On A Plane: ‘Gambit,’ The Forgotten Coen Brothers Project

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'Gambit' was written by the Coen Brothers and forgotten by almost everyone, so we watched it on a plane.

#The Rock

Brett Ratner’s ‘Hercules’ Sucks On Chariot Wheels

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Brett Ratner is the opposite of what an auteur director is. He's a farteur.

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‘I Origins’ Turns The Creationist Eyeball Meme Into A Sci-Fi Rom-Dram

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Can a film based on a dopey idea turn out kind of good? The paradox at the heart of 'I Origins.'

RICHARD LINKLATER

In Honor Of ‘Boyhood': A Look Back At The ‘Before’ Trilogy, A Lotta Years Later

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With 'Boyhood' opening in a handful more cities, we take a look back at Richard Linklater's 'Sunrise/Sunset' trilogy to see if it's worth revisiting.

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Richard Linklater’s 12-Years-In-The-Making ‘Boyhood’ Is Great If You Like Trying Really Hard Not To Cry

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Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making 'Boyhood' is like all the joy of parenthood without all the hassle of finding a breeder or background checks.

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‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Is An Extended Grunt Lecture About Understanding

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'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is an extended grunt lecture about understanding delivered by a series of live-action and digital stock characters.

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‘Snowpiercer’ Is A Messy Piece Of Inspired Madness

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If you want to see an action movie that isn't bland, dressed-up Hollywood pandering this Summer, 'Snowpiercer' might be your best bet.

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‘The Rover’ Is The Sweatiest Movie Of The Year

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Vince reviews David Michod's 'The Rover,' our most anticipated movie of the summer.

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Sarcastic Children With Cancer Are A Gross But Successful Formula In ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

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'The Fault in Our Stars' attempts to balance sarcasm and syrup, constructing a cancer movie "entirely out of finger quotes."

#22 JUMP STREET

The Spoof Has Become Self-Aware! A ’22 Jump Street’ Review

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No matter how great your impressions are, how impeccable your timing, how clever your word play, one of, if not the hardest thing in comedy is knowing precisely what it is about you that's funny.


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