A retrospective analysis of 2012’s chick flicks and a few of my hopes and dreams for 2013’s.
This week we mark the return of Bond….James Bond by reviewing his latest adventure Skyfall. We also dig into the whole Disney & Star Wars thing that happened this week too. Download Episode THIS WEEKS REVIEWS Dan – Skyfall, Ruby Sparks Gwen – Skyfall Mal – Ruby Sparks, The Myth
This week we have two big releases! I’d say the biggest one is The Campaign with Safety Not Guaranteed as the other big release. The Campaign was one of the big comedies that came out during the summer and Safety Not Guaranteed definitely got some buzz as a great film.
One indie film that we think you need to see is Ruby Sparks. While on the surface it’s about a writer who writes his dream girl into life, like a more intellectual Weird Science, there’s actually a lot more to it. Read our review of the DVD release and don’t miss out on
Writer/actress Zoe Kazan stars in Ruby Sparks — her first feature film as a screenwriter as well — as the title character that is created out of Calvin’s (Paul Dano) mind as he is writing his latest novel. Here, we’ll outline our other favorite “Indie Film Ladies” including Brit Marling,
Struggling novelist Calvin Weir-Fields (Paul Dano) wrote his magnum opus at age 19, but is dealing with a serious case of writer’s block a decade later. However, his life begins to change when he begins writing about his ideal mate, who surprises Calvin by suddenly manifesting in his apartment, fully
Surprise, surprise: The Dark Knight Rises (already discussed) was the champion at the U.S. box office for a second weekend in a row, and neither of the new wide releases, Step Up: Revolution and The Watch, came close to ending its reign. Even when combining their weekend grosses, the dance
This week we review Ruby Sparks, Ted, Indie Game The Movie and 2 Days In New York. We also decide to embrace this weeks talking point by breaking this episode into multiple parts, yeah we’re cool like that. Download Episode REVIEWS Dan – Ted Gwen – Ruby Sparks Mal –