I think many of us tend to move between Netflix and Hulu. Netflix is more movies but not real recent. Hulu is more shows but the ones I want to see are usually web only, which means you can’t play it through your TV or even apple TV. Right now I am switching and leaving […]
Chelsea Handler’s opening monologue last night (11/11/2009) had me laughing so hard that if I were older I might have peed myself: I didn’t think anything could make me laugh harder. Until… I saw this scene in “The Ugly Truth”: This movie is a keeper if for nothing else… That scene.
Stages of a Relationship can best be defined by farting. From the movie “Love and Other Disasters“. Hilarious!!!
I can’t believe Screen on the Green is cancelled. Check it out here. At least there are others in the area but down on the Mall was always a treat. My fallback is always the Comcast Film Festival at Strathmore. The lineup looks pretty good this year: Friday, August 14 – “The Curious Case of […]
All of us are finding it a bit difficult to concentrate today. It is now 2:00 and no word yet on the RIFs. Tensions are high and that seems to flowing into all sorts of other areas. Then I noticed on Twitter that Dom DeLuise passed yesterday. So sad! He was only 75 but was […]
Last night I took myself out to see the Watchmen movie. Great movie and unlike anything I’ve ever seen. I have to say Jackie Earle Haley was simply amazing! I was surprised this movie was rated R and Mini Red wanted to see it but after seeing it it had to be R. Besides some […]
Tonight Mini Red and I were watching the movie I.Q. Meg Ryan is absolutely adorable in this flick and then it hits me… Meg Ryan is the new Doris Day. See!
I Love this poster! I love how close up it is. The view of the city in his glasses, his scruffiness and lets not forget his lips. It speaks volumes. Minnie Red and I saw this movie and this is how a summer movie should be. It had everything… Comedy, Action and a bit […]
And now… So will YOU! Check this out: Shining (Romantic Comedy) Evidently, this trailer started it all. “The trailer that started it all. Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror film starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall becomes a feel-good movie about a writer struggling to find his muse and a boy lonely for a father. ” For […]
This has to be one of my favorite scenes of all time. (27 Dresses)