Tag Archives: Ike Barinholtz

Blockers (2018) Review

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW   Speaking in general terms, it’s a commonplace theme / mantra (almost a “rite of passage” to some) for teenagers to (or to simply attempt) in losing their virginity sometime before their high school years come to an end. Whether good or bad (depending on the circumstances of things in reality), its usually during this point

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Snatched (2017) Review

A UNDERWHELMING COMEDY ADVENTURE   Back in 2015, female stand-up comedian Amy Schumer made her starring lead role debut in the comedy film Trainwreck. With the screenplay written by her and guided by well-known raunchy comedy director Judd Apatow, Trainwreck was a standout comedy film of 2015, especially in Schumer’s performance, which found her to be hilarious and heartbreaking as

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Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising Review

NEIGHBORLY WARFARE (PART DEUX)   Frat comedies, a subgenre to “comedy movies”, have been timeless in their own right. Filled with humorous pranks, frat boys, and riffing on college aspect (as well as Greek life), the movies have been time-honored tradition to watch, with notable ones including National Lampoon’s Animal House, Van Wilder, Old school, and Accepted. Back in 2014,

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Sisters Review

A HILARIOUS (YET FAMILIAR) PARTY HOUSE COMEDY The comedic actress styles of both Amy Poehler and Tiny Fey are highly enjoyable and entertaining. Hitting their comedys strides during stint on SNL (Saturday Night Live), the duo collaborated in the 2008 comedy Baby Mama and shares some great on-screen chemisty of playful banter. Since then, the pair have created some memorable

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