Mar 122016
 

Sisters had plenty of potential given the cast, writer and director all with impressive resumes. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who don’t have a whole lot to work with and seemed to rely on improvising than anything from the script, do at least share nice comedic chemistry; outside of those two, though, there weren’t a whole lot of genuinely funny scenes.

 

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Feb 022016
 

Universal Pictures has announced the date and released artwork for the comedy, Sisters starring Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph and directed by Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect). Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.

 

 

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Dec 222014
 

This is Where I Leave You is a bit uneven where the comedy seemed to work far better than the overindulgent dramatic areas. Jason Bateman and Tina Fey are both great but by far Adam Driver steals the show to the point I kind of wish his character got his own movie, a dark comedy in the vein of Bad Santa perhaps.

 

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Feb 212011
 

Megamind is one of the better non-Pixar computer animated releases and for DreamWorks scores another victory after the response for the highly entertaining How to Train Your Dragon. As for this movie, the voice casting was genius and perfectly fit each roll from the heroic Metro Man voice by Brad Pitt to the villainous ineffectiveness of Will Ferrell as the title character, it all works so well with a clever script and well done animation.

 

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Feb 212011
 

Megamind is one of the better non-Pixar computer animated releases and for DreamWorks scores another victory after the response for the highly entertaining How to Train Your Dragon. As for this movie, the voice casting was genius and perfectly fit each roll from the heroic Metro Man voice by Brad Pitt to the villainous ineffectiveness of Will Ferrell as the title character, it all works so well with a clever script and well done animation.


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Jan 102010
 

Ricky Gervais, creator of the British “The Office” – which in turn produced the hilarious American version – continues his minor assault into cinemas. Following a supporting role in 2008’s Ghost Town, he takes front and center stage in this clever philosophical comedy which unfortunately kind of runs out of steam…

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