So Many Montages: A Review of Bad Moms

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For what it is, Bad Moms isn’t a bad movie. If you have had a long day and you just want to shut off your brain and have fun, Bad Moms is the perfect movie, but for the more discerning movie goer Bad Moms has some problems. Continue reading “So Many Montages: A Review of Bad Moms”

Here for the Jokes: A Review of Brother Nature

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Brother Nature is a fairly cliché story. Continue reading “Here for the Jokes: A Review of Brother Nature”

An Empty Fun Feeling: A Review Of War Dogs

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War Dogs is a movie that came out recently and stars Miles Teller and Jonah Hill. Those are two of my favorite actors working in Hollywood right now, so I decided I would watch and review it.

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Teenage Fantasies: A Review of Superbad

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I would like to apologize to anyone who follows this blog and was upset because I didn’t post a blog yesterday. I really have no excuse, I just drank a little to much and wasn’t able to write a blog on time. I hope it will never happen again, but I can’t make any promises. Anyways, today I’m going to review the move, Superbad, because why not.

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Boy’s Weekend Debauchery: A Review of Joshy

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Joshy came out just this year and I have been looking forward to it for a while so I decided to review it. It was written and Directed by Josh Baena and it stars Thomas Middleditch, Adam Pally, Nick Kroll, and Alex Ross Perry. Continue reading “Boy’s Weekend Debauchery: A Review of Joshy”

The Confusion of Infinity: A Review of The Man who Knew Infinity

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“Ever heard of Ramanujan?” Goes the line from Good Will Hunting where Stellan Skarsgard tells Robin Williams about a brilliant mathematician who lived one hundred years ago in India and with no formal education changed the world of mathematics. From the story in that one scene a movie has emerged. Continue reading “The Confusion of Infinity: A Review of The Man who Knew Infinity”