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Movie Review: 22 Jumpstreet
Director's Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, hot on the heels of this year's already successfully great animated film The Lego Film, return as co-directors 01for 22 Jump Street. They wisely spend the film's two hour runtime poking fun at the film's existence while bringing down college films, football films, and the cliched nature of sequels in general.
Movie Review: Godzilla (Jason’s Review)
Personally, I can’t really think of many other movie franchises that have lasted over the course of nearly half a decade. There have been a few that have tried and failed horribly. Thankfully, Godzilla is one monster that continues kicking ass and blowing stuff up exactly the way a gigantic movie monster should. Truthfully, I can’t say that every Godzilla movie I’ve seen has been a success. The giant radioactive reptilian has had his hard fought battles with moviegoers. That being
Movie Review: Chef
There aren’t too many films written about cooks. In fact, the only one I can really think of is Ratatouille and that film has very little in common with Jon Favreau’s new film Chef. Chef is an interesting, fun, and spitfire of a film about a once trend setting chef who quits his job at a successful restaurant to get back to his roots. I know what you’re thinking. How exciting could that actually be? I thought the same and was not disappointed. Written, directed, and starring Jon
Movie Review: Godzilla (Richard’s Review)
For anyone who still has a bad taste in their mouths from Roland Emmerich's terrible 1998 reboot of the Godzilla franchise, rest assured. Gareth Edwards has FINALLY given us all the proper high-budget Godzilla film that we've been clamoring for after all these years of disappointment, and it was mostly worth the wait.
Movie Review: Neighbors
Neighbors is a refreshingly intelligent comedy that recalls the maturity of a Judd Apatow directed film, while having the same ridiculous amounts of inappropriate humor as Seth Rogan's last film, This Is The End.
Movie Review: Locke
Just a few weeks ago, Dallas had one of its largest events for film reviews. The Dallas International Film Festival is a highlight for movie goers, actors, and film promoters. This is where I first heard of the new film Locke. The film festival has grown quite a bit since it began. In fact, it’s grown so much that I and 35 other people couldn’t get into this film even with a media pass. Sad day for me. Anyhow, I was able to obtain admission to a screening just a week later and my expectations