Hancock (2008) 07/09/2008
This movie was not quite what I expected. I thought it was going to be an action-comedy. Don't get me wrong, there is action, and there is comedy. It's Will Smith, folks, you almost can't have him in a movie without action and comedy. However, there wasn't nearly as much as I thought there would be, and there was more than just a touch of drama.
Will Smith gives a dramatic performance in this comedy-marketed film. Jason Bateman and Charlize Theron are a happily married family. Will Hancock, a one-of-a-kind superhero, bring them closer together or tear them apart?
Tommy Boy (1995) 07/06/2008
Chris Farley and David Spade take you on an adventure to save the Callahan Family business after Thomas 'Big Tom' Callahan dies of a heart attack. Farley and Spade are unaware of evil doers attempting to sell the company, Big Tom's new wife, Bo Derek, and her so called son. Dan Akroyd gives his performance as Ray Zalinksky, the competition in the brake business.
Go (1999) 07/04/2008
A group of hedonistic youth spend 24 hours pursuing drugs, sex and freedom; and they have a good time doing so.
Slums of Beverly Hills (1998) 07/04/2008
A family of apartment-nomads in the 70's moves into Tinseltown and rediscovers the meaning of the "good life".
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007) 07/03/2008
Chuck, Adam Sandler, is a ladies man and Larry, Kevin James, is a single dad raising two kids. When Larry saves Chuck's life, He asks him to return a huge favor...the two pretend to be a gay couple to gain governmental benefits for Larry's kids in case Larry were to die. The word gets out and the work begins. A very good comedy with many small cameo performances by some well-known faces. This comedy will keep you laughing, but also, the film withholds a theme for gay rights.
Fool's Gold (2008) 06/29/2008
Matthew Mconaughey and Kate Hudson strike gold for chicks looking for a flick...again. We didn't get enough of their on camera chemistry in How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days. The movie is entertaining, although not a cinematic classic for romance. My vice...it was national treasure in the Caribbean.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) 06/23/2008
The characters work very well together. It's the perfect combination of mystery and comedy. This movie is from the creator of Lethal Weapon, writer and director Shane Black. Since it only made 4.2 million in its opening weekend, I never decided to watch the movie. Thankfully, I met someone who told me otherwise.
Get Smart (2008) 06/22/2008
Steve Carell's dialogue was very funny, and he delivered his lines perfectly every time. The plot was slow-paced but action-packed. The romance was cheesy and too quick to be realistic. Also, there was the surprising appearance of Bill Murray. Overall, it's another Steve Carell movie with Steve Carell playing Steve Carell!
Good Burger! (1997) 06/21/2008
"Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?" Keenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell team up to bring you this Nickelodeon classic. I knew I had loved this movie as a child, but even today, it's still genuinely funny. With small cameos from your favorite All That cast members and also other star performances from Sinbad, Shaq, and Carmen Elektra, this movie ensures laughs.
Baby Mama(2008) 06/18/2008
The women of Saturday Night Live are breaking into film! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are too funny. Although it is not a cinematic masterpiece, it had some really good laughs and a happy ending. This movie straddles the line between chick flick and comedy. Good for a date, I suppose.