For people that care about The Hangover canon, there are call backs to situations and characters from the first movie that remind us of headier times for the Wolfpack. The real mystery is how the most successful R-rated comedy franchise in history could tarnish its legacy in just two short years.
C.O.G., a short story from Sedaris’ 1997 collection of essays Naked, is the progeny of this slow-simmered hype, and does about as well as a Sedaris fan might hope for; the story of a recently minted Yale grad looking for a taste of the genuine American experience
We have advance passes to see the new horror movie THE PURGE on Tuesday, June 4 at Screenland Armour at 7:30 PM and we want you to have them!
The Kansas City Art Institute and Alamo Drafthouse have joined forces to bring you Film School, a weekly student curated film series. This week – Vertigo (1958) – Saturday, May 25th at 2:15 p.m.
Parker works as well as most of Statham’s action flicks; it’s enjoyable up to a point but largely forgettable after the credits roll.