Tag Archives: Kate McKinnon

The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018) Review

A TONALLY UNBALANCED SPY PARODY   Comedy films are a dime a dozen, examining the value of laughter within various types of jokes and gags in order to drum up entertainment humor within its viewers. While this genre has parody / satire other genres of movies, the combination of the comedy mixed with the action spy genre has been one

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Ferdinand (2017) Review

YOU BETTER BULL-IEVE IT!   While the powerhouse giants of Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, and Illumination Entertainment jostle with the yearly releases of animated features, Blue Sky Studios is somewhere trailing behind them; caught in their dusty cloud smoke of racing to the “success” finish line. Originally connected to 20th Century Fox as their parent studio (which is probably now owned

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Leap! (2017) Review

POTENTIALLY GOOD, BUT A MISSED OPPORTUNITY   Its nearing the end of August (when I’m writing this review) and the 2017 summer at the movies seems to be winding down. As to expected, this seasonal timeframe saw a lot of ups and downs in the way of box office / critical success within all the movies being released. Within the

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Office Christmas Party Review

A WILD NIGHT AT THE OFFICE   Each year, Hollywood produces several comedy movies that are labeled “R-rated adult comedies”. These films have a plethora of jokes, and gags that are filled with raunchy, crude, and crass. Some hit their mark and have become quite famous (American Pie, The Hangover, 21 Jump Street, etc.), while some miss their mark and

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Ghostbusters (2016) Review

WHO YOU GONNA CALL? A NEW TEAM.   Everyone knows the words “If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! If there’s something weird and it don’t look good, Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! I ain’t afraid of no ghost…etc.”. Such is the iconic song (sung by Ray Parker. Jr) from the 80’s movie Ghostbusters. Debuting

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