Sausage Party is yet another dumb stoner comedy from Rogen and his idiot friends. Don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing at all wrong with a good stoner animated comedy. We need these, I get it. But this feels like something these boys would have done years ago. Aren’t they past this phase in their careers yet?
Ultimately True Story fails to create any real suspense, its only saving grace is the compelling nature of its source material.
You name a cinematic technique, Scorsese uses it here. It’s impossible not to relent to its hallucinatory style, and you may begin to feel a little under the influence yourself.
Seth Rogen is one of those actors who who seems like he might have sprouted fully formed from a movie like Slacker. He’s actually Canadian, but his comedic tendencies seem to have evolved from a similar worldview as the Austin fringe thinkers.
After a week off, Trevan, Eric and Trey are back with three movies for your listening pleasure.
Because This is the End has transplanted the egotistical and childish behavior normally reserved for Team Apatow’s lovable manchild characters onto the actors themselves, it feels dangerous.
Does Django Unchained continue Tarantino’s hot streak or is it a misstep? Find out on a not especially Christmas-y Christmas episode of the podcast.
A pair of tongue-in-cheek movies about aliens are new on Blu-ray and DVD this week and neither of them involve Men in Black.
Can the film help but force us to recall the Trayvon Martin case, and if it can’t, does that keep us from being able to laugh? No. The Watch doesn’t have that problem, but that doesn’t mean it’s loaded to the gills with gold-star jokes to begin with.
Two comedies that were big hits at the box office have made their way to DVD and Blu-ray and you may want to check them out.
Coming off his recent Oscar nomination for Moneyball, Jonah Hill headlines the comedy ‘The Sitter.’ ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ is Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut about the worst European war in the last 50 years.
It’s a light-weight week for new releases as Trey and Eric tackle Jason Segel and Ed Helms in Jeff Who Lives At Home and Trevan and Trey talk about Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s surprisingly awesome 21 Jump Street reboot. This week’s podcast is spoiler-free unless you count some botched retelling of jokes from both movies and [...]
’21 Jump Street’ has no right to be anything other than a furtive Hollywood cash-grab, but instead it’s a pleasant surprise for lovers of smart, quirky, sometimes vulgar comedy.
Eric Melin from KTKA and KSNT reviews Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill in “Moneyball”
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