Father of the Bride I & II Blu-ray Review

The Movie Pool gets hitched to the Father of the Bride I & II Blu-ray set!

Bringing Down the House Blu-ray Review

The Movie Pool blames Steve Martin and Queen Latifah for Bringing Down the House on Blu-ray!

The First Trailer for ‘This is 40’ Nails the Mid-Life Crisis,...

Every few years, famed comedy director Judd Apatow rises from the ground to return to the director's chair, covered in dirt and spare $100 bills.  Most of the time, Apatow only returns because he has some intimate or personal story to share, ala Funny People.  Or he just wants you to laugh your balls off, ala The 40 Year Old Virgin or Knocked Up.  You know, whatever works.  Regardless, the next movie from director Judd Apatow is always held in high esteem.  This time around, we're getting This is 40, the Knocked Up semi-sequel countinuing the story of side characters Pete and Debbie (played by Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann).  This one seems to be on the more personal side of the spectrum, as it shows Pete and Debiie working their way through a midlife crisis.  Which is fine setup for a comedy.  But if this is a comedy from Judd Apatow...why the hell am I not laughing?

Bullseye! (1990) DVD Review

The Movie Pool thinks the first-ever Bullseye DVD seriously misses the mark!

Geek Charming DVD Review!

The Movie Pool goes full-on nerd for the Disney Channel's Geek Charming on DVD!

Good Morning Vietnam Blu-ray Review!

 The Movie Pool tunes in to the new Blu-ray of the Robin Williams classic Good Morning Vietnam!

Crazy, Stupid, Love Blu-Ray Review

We got the chance to check out Crazy, Stupid, Love (courtesy of WB) on blu-ray, and marveled at the ability of the filmmakers to create a smart and witty, comedy that breaks through the pitfalls of it’s genre to stand among one of the better films 2011 has to offer.

Honeymoon in Vegas Blu-ray Review!

The Movie Pool loves horse-faced women while watching Honeymoon in Vegas, on Blu-ray for the first time!

Horrible Bosses Review: Three Men Plot to Kill Their Bosses in...

Reviewing a comedy is one of the hardest things to do in the film journalism world.  Unlike action movies or drama flicks, a comedy is completely dependent on one thing, and one thing only; did you laugh?  It could be terribly directed and have a piss poor plot but, if you laughed enough, none of that would really matter anyways.  So going into this review of Horrible Bosses, know this; I cannot understand your sense of humor.  To do that, I imagine it would take weeks of long, hard psychoanalysis.  But I do know mine.  And for what it's worth, Horrible Bosses tickled my funny bone just right.

Death at a Funeral (2007) Blu-ray Review!

The Movie Pool offers condolences for the Blu-ray release of Death at a Funeral!

‘Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution’ Receives an Official Western Manga Adaptation

The latest Pokémon film, Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution, has received an official manga adaptation previously only available in Japan. A manga adaptation of Pokémon: Mewtwo...