Posts Tagged: movie reviews

FILMDRUNK REVIEWS

Cool Costume, Jude Law. A Review Of ‘Dom Hemingway.’

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If you want a drinking game to play during Dom Hemingway, drink every time someone says "Dom Hemingway."

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REVIEW: ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Is The ‘Bourne Supremacy’ Of Superhero Movies

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' aka Law and Order: Special Beefcakes Unit is less like watching a movie than having one explained to you.

Darren Aronofsky

‘Noah’ Review: 40 Odd Days Of Incest

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Like Russell Crowe himself, 'Noah' is a big, bloated, beautiful mess.

ANNIVERSARIES

Some Words About 'Eternal Sunshine,' Which Turns 10 Years Old This Week

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Eternal Sunshine turns 10 years old this week, and I tried to remember what was so great about it.

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A Guide To The Veronica Mars Movie, By A Veronica Mars Virgin

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From what I can tell, 'Veronica Mars' is a movie for people who read US Weekly but are smart enough to feel embarrassed about it.

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REVIEW: ‘Bad Words’ Is A Stiff Little Middle Finger

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Jason Bateman's directorial debut, 'Bad Words' is like 'Bad Santa,' but with Indian jokes.

BERLINALE 2014

Review: ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Is Wes Anderson’s Most Whimsical Contradiction

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Grand Budapest Hotel: simultaneously Wes Anderson's most sophisticated and his most immature work, his greatest visual achievement and his most irritating precious costume party circle jerk.

AIR SEX CHAMPIONSHIPS

‘Love & Air Sex’ Reviewed By A Guy Who Knows Way Too Much About Air Sex

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With Leather reviews 'Love & Air Sex,' a sports movie about the regrets that come with lost love and also people pretending to have sex with dinosaurs.

BERLINALE 2014

‘Blind’ Is A Delightful Norwegian Mindf*ck

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'Blind,' from first-time Norwegian director Eskil Vogt, is a charming, playful mindf*ck that subverts your expectations of a "festival movie."

BERLINALE 2014

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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‘Nymphomaniac Volume 1′ Director’s Cut: Uncut Dongs Going In, The Review

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Vince reviews the director's cut of the first half of Lars Von Trier's hardcore sex comedy epic, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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‘Monuments Men’ Review: When Screwball Comedy Goes Wrong

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George Clooney is back in Leatherheads form for his latest directing gig, The Monuments Men, starring all of your favorite actors in the world.

HEATHER REVIEWS

REVIEW: Seltzer-Friedberg’s ‘Best Night Ever’ is ‘Worst Night Ever’ for Anyone Forced to Watch It

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Imagine if the creative geniuses behind The Hangover Part III met up with the directors of The Starving Games and then hired real-life human Bratz Dolls to take round-the-clock dumps on camera.

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Streaming Review: ‘The Great Chicken Wing Hunt’ Will Teach You A Lot About Buffalo Wings & A Little About Life

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'The Great Chicken Wing Hunt,' now available on VOD, will teach you a lot about Buffalo wings, and a little about life.

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REVIEW: ‘Labor Day’ Is Like A Nicholas Sparks Movie, But Good. …Almost.

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Prison Super Dad saves the day with sexy biscuits in Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day.'

ARE WE OFFICIALLY DATING

Why ‘That Awkward Moment’ Made Me Want To Become A Communist

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Why 'That Awkward Moment' made me consider becoming a Communist, by Vince Mancini.

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Lone Survivor Review: I Am Peter Berg’s Jingoist Erection

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Like Amy Adams says in Her, "falling in love is like this socially acceptable form of insanity." In Lone Survivor you just have to remember that Peter Berg is in love with America.

BEN STILLER

BYO Barf Bag: Heather Reviews ‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty feels like it was produced by a teenager who reads too much J.D. Salinger


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