OOH I JUST WANT TO WIPE THAT STUPID SMIRK OFF HIS FACE
Rated PG, 102 minutes (watched 6/21/14)
I don’t recall why, but I know I didn’t like the original How to Train Your Dragon. I thought it had very poor voice acting and that it lacked charm while being a little intense for the wee ones. I know for a fact I was wrong on that last one because the kid I was with fell asleep. Continue reading
I wonder what John Leguizamo is looking at.
Rated R, 114 minutes (watched 6/14/14)
Chef isn’t going to be listed among the great artist achievements of the early 21st Century, but it’s nothing if not a fun, engaging and downright tasty way to spend a summer afternoon. Just be sure you eat before the movie, otherwise you’ll leave starving. Continue reading
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Tagged Alex Guarnaschelli, alton brown, Bobby Cannavale, Bobby Flay, Chef, Dustin Hoffman, Emjay Anthony, food network, Food Porn, Gordon Ramsay, John Leguizamo, Jon Favreau, Oliver Platt, Robert Downey Junior, Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara
Full disclosure: The first time I saw this poster, it took me like 30 seconds to figure out which one was the dude.
Rated PG-13, 136 minutes (watched 6/5/14)
The Fault in Our Stars (TFIOS if you’re cool) is exactly what it intends to be. It’s funny, youthful, sweet, weepy, brutal, transparent and – as the poster’s tag suggests – one sick love story. Continue reading