Three years too late. That’s the first – and most likely last – thought that comes to mind when news leaked that one-time mobile game app champion, “Angry Birds,” would receive the big-screen, animation treatment (otherwise known as corporate brand extension). Half a decade ago, Angry Birds could be found on
PIXELS: The best visual effects $100 million can buy make it an almost bearable experience (operative word being “almost”).
The Bourne Legacy continued without Matt Damon, Ted and Ice Age: Continental Drift are the big releases this week in my opinion. A fun difference in genres too with Animation, Comedy and Action/Drama. All three films had good releases and plenty of people enjoyed them! Also, the first season of
Dear Readers, I love fairy tales. From the Grimm brothers—who killed Snow White’s evil step-monster by making her dance-til-she-died in “red-hot iron shoes” at Snow’s wedding—to the comparatively kinder and gentler Disney Classics, the material is always ripe for a unique twist. Although TV is relatively new to the fairy-tale-themed party, arriving
The Primetime Emmys are supposed to represent the cream of the crop when it comes to honoring the year’s best television programs, and before I go any further, I’d like to say that for the most part, the academy did a good job with its nominations. Still, The Emmys tend to
What can possibly be said about Game of Thrones that hasnt’ been said by nearly everyone already? Well plenty actually. Despite what you have heard, this show is filled with surprises and is the kind of great show that warrants multiple viewings in order to absorb it all, and you’ll