directed by Greg Tiernan & Conrad Vernon
written by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Kyle Hunter & Ariel Shaffir
story by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg & Jonah Hill
starring Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton & Salma Hayek
distributed by Columbia Pictures
release date: August 12, 2016
viewed at the theater
5 out of 5
Sausage Party is a hilarious, raunchy animated comedy from the twisted mind of Seth Rogen. Please watch the above video for our full take on this amazing movie. Yes, it’s full of spoilers!
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The Duff is a teen comedy about a “designated ugly fat friend”, who decides to change into a hot chick. Wait, are the 90s really back? No, no, they are not. Unfortunately, this film doesn’t evoke She’s All That, though it desperately wishes that it did. Please watch the video above for my full review.
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The Age of Adaline
directed by Lee Toland Krieger
written by J. Mills Goodloe and Salvador Paskowitz
starring Blake Lively and Harrison Ford
distributed by Lionsgate
release date: April 24, 2015
viewed on Amazon Instant Video
This romantic drama centers on the life story of a young woman who stops aging at 29. I am a bit torn on it. Watch my video review for my full thoughts. Check it out if you are a huge fan of Blake Lively or Harrison Ford.
In collaboration with Sammy Sunshine, I bring you our first He Said, She Said movie review. Watch us volley this new and controversial superhero flick back and forth.
out of 5 stars
BEWARE~~~ALL THE SPOILERS
(we actually caught this opening night, but I just got this up)
Watch the entire video for our full thoughts. I transcribed a few good bits below.
(on the nightmares)
“too many nightmare scenes”~Sammy Sunshine
(on Wonder Woman)
“Wonder Woman kicked some ass in that movie.”~Sammy Sunshine
“He made a really good point…if they hadn’t told you Wonder Woman was gonna be in the movie, it would have been a lot more interesting when you find out who Wonder Woman was.”~missemmamm
(on the politics in the film)
“You know how I feel about the superheroes, they’re superheroes.”~Sammy Sunshine
(on Jesse Eisenberg)
“I will say, Jesse Eisenberg, I did not like him as Lex Luthor.”~Sammy Sunshine
“I really liked him.”~missemmamm
“He was acting too Jokery.”~Sammy Sunshine
“Jeremy Irons is a fucking lead actor…I don’t want to see Jeremy Irons as the butler. Jeremy Irons is supposed to be like fucking people and then like, throwing them down the stairs.”~missemmamm
(on the tone)
“It was a really depressing movie, most of the time.”~missemmamm
“You know, it was supposed to be emotionally deep, I suppose, but emotions do go beyond the range of sad and depressing and Lex Luthor crazy.”~Sammy Sunshine
P.S. There’s nothing after the end credits. You don’t have to wait.