This Is the End: the lighter side of the apocalypse

It’s been almost two years since I wrote about this, but it’s remained one of my favorite comedies that I’ve reviewed. Anybody else love This Is the End?

Silver Screen Serenade

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Even after surviving Y2K, the end of the Mayan calendar, and countless wild end-of-the-world theories, we’re all still fixated on the idea of the apocalypse. But who can blame us? It’s much more fun to imagine our world ending with a bang instead of a whimper, and Hollywood has supplied us with plenty of grand ideas for what’s going to finally do us in.

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Song and Screen, Pt. 2

Dogs replacing guitars will never, EVER get old.

Dogs replacing guitars will never, EVER get old.

Hiya, friends! I hope you are having a very chill Sunday. I wanted to keep things pretty chill myself, which is why I’m doing another edition of Song and Screen! If you’re new around here, you can read the birth of this idea here, but basically it’s a pretty casual thing I do every now and then where I talk about songs that I can’t listen to without thinking of movies. Continue reading

April Fools 2014: JJames Reviews

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Hey, folks! It’s almost the weekend! Why not kick it off with a few idiots? Lovable film idiots, that is. Josh of JJames Reviews is here to share his own list of April Fools for our reading enjoyment. Hailing from a thorough, intelligent film review blog (that you should definitely follow), Josh wisely chose to narrow the large scope to his favorite film fools of last year alone. Who made the cut? Read on to see! 🙂 Continue reading

The Skinny: Ten Summer Movies

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Summer is winding down and so is a jam-packed movie season. As students prepare to go back to school and adults mourn dwindling vacation hours, it’s nice to get in one last trip to the theater before we return to the daily grind. But there’s so much to choose from! How can you know what’s worth the price of that pricey movie ticket? Maybe I can help. Continue reading