Category: comedy

  • “Senior Year” Movie Review

    “Senior Year” Movie Review

    One day away from attending her senior prom (and hopefully being elected Prom Queen), young Stephanie (Angourie Rice) falls to the ground during a cheer and….. 20 years later 37 year old Stephanie (Rebel Wilson) wakes up in the hospital where she has been in a coma! Yikes! Problem is…..Stephanie’s mind is still 17 years […]

  • “The Lost City” Movie Review

    “The Lost City” Movie Review

    Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) has been a romance novelist for many years, and has written many “Lost City……” books all of which have been very successful. Five years ago, Loretta’s husband and “soulmate” passed away. Since then, Loretta has struggled writing her next novel and, in fact, has become a shut-in in her own house. […]

  • “Pitch Perfect 3” Movie Review

    “Pitch Perfect 3” Movie Review

    The Bellas have now graduated from college (except of course for Emily (Hailee Steinfeld) and are working at their, less than wonderful, jobs. Speaking of less than wonderful jobs….Beca (Anna Kendrick) finally got up the nerve to quit her terrible music producing gig and now has time to spare. With all the old Bella’s gathering […]

  • “Pitch Perfect 2” Movie Review

    “Pitch Perfect 2” Movie Review

    The Bellas are now the champs and are singing for a huge audience at the Kennedy Center….including President Obama (remember this takes place in 2015). Part of the show is to have Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) hanging in the air while singing and doing acrobatic stunts. Well…….Fat Amy has a clothing malfunction and….hmmmm…..flashes her down-under […]

  • “Spider-Man: No Way Home” Movie Review

    “Spider-Man: No Way Home” Movie Review

    Picking up where the last movie left off, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is now known as Spider-Man. Problem is, the Fox News-like media has villified Spider-Man and made a hero of the villian, Mysterio. Typical stupidity. Problem is…..Peter, MJ (Zendaya), and Ned (Jacob Batalon), have all applied to colleges and as the “acceptance” letters roll […]

  • “Turning Red” Movie Review

    “Turning Red” Movie Review

    Meilin “Mei” Lee (Rosalie Chaing) just turned 13. Mei is an independent “woman” (it says she is an adult on the mass transit card) not afraid to speak up for what she believes in and do what she wants to do. Except…..her mother, Ming (Sandra Oh), will not let her go to the upcoming 4*Town […]

  • “I Want You Back” Movie Review

    “I Want You Back” Movie Review

    Peter (Charlie Day) and Anne (Gina Rodriguez) have been together for 6 years. Peter is blissfully happy, then Anne tells him she wants to break up with him! Damn. Noah (Scott Eastwood) and Emma (Jenny Slate) have been together for 18 months. Emma is blissfully happy, then Noah tells her he wants to break up […]

  • “Free Guy” Movie Review

    “Free Guy” Movie Review

    Software geeks, Millie (Jodie Comer) and Keys (Joe Keery), developed an artificial intelligence (AI) based game called “Life Itself”. The object of that game was to watch the people in the game grow and learn from their experiences. It never made it to market. And, I have no idea how this happened….(I will watch it […]

  • “Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania” Movie Review

    “Hotel Transylvania 4: Transformania” Movie Review

    Dracula (Brian Hull) is planning to announce his retirement and his plans to hand over the hotel to Mavis (Selena Gomez) and Jonathan (Andy Samberg). Mavis, with her super hearing, overhears this and tells Jonathan, who goes all stupid with Drac, who then changes his mind and says he can’t legally transfer the hotel to […]