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Highlights Include Universal Pictures’ Neighbors, Predestination & New Episodic Section The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival announced a diverse features lineup for this year’s Festival, the 21st edition and...
Comic-Con‘s just-announced Day 3 schedule will see many of the San Diego convention’s biggest panels for film and TV, including presentations of Marvel Studios‘ Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. WB and Legendary...
THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE 4 STARS Chock full of more jokes, puns, and references than there are virtual plastic bricks, The LEGO Batman Movie is a breezy blast of unabashed fun. Twirling with dazzling animation and saturated with endless character possibilities...
From old-school nightclub veterans to alt-comedy legends, Patton Oswalt to Pryor, our picks for the greatest to ever grab a mic… Cavemen whacked one another in the nuts for cheap yuks, and Medieval fools jabbered in a flop sweat to keep from being beheaded...
The Lego Movie (Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, 2014) – On paper The Lego Movie should be a inhuman blockbuster fondle announcement like Transformers or Battleship. Thankfully, a devise fell into a hands of co-directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller...
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CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE I’m sure from the title you can glean the level of seriousness to expect, but how funny “Captain Underpants: The First…… Read more “Jon Espino reviews “Captain...