Tag: Jason Sudeikis

The Final Trailer for The Angry Birds Movie 2 is Here!

As summer continues, the final trailer for The Angry Birds Movie 2 has arrived and reminds us of what's at stake for the residents...

The First Angry Birds Trailer Drops…And Lays An Egg

After years of addictingly and somewhat maniacally slingshotting birds into pigs (that sounds so bad when you break it down like that) we are now getting a movie.  Here is the trailer for the Angry Birds!

Jason Sudeikis Takes the Lead in Fletch Won

Ever since Warner Bros. bought the rights to the Fletch franchise (originally books turned into incredible movies starring Chevy Chase) in 2011, they've been hard at work on getting a new movie off the ground.  While a writer was hired to pen the script, not much else has come to fruition.  Now, they've taken a big leap forward on the film, Fletch Won, by casting Jason Sudeikis in the lead role of Fletch!

Rated: We’re The Millers – a Holiday Road Trip For A...

The next R-rated comedy to come out this Summer is set to release on Wednesday (Aug 7th), and last week we got the chance to check out the film (as well as sent several of our lucky readers to screenings as well), in order to tell you whether or not We're the Millers is comedy gold, or another dud.  Come inside to check out our full review!

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.

‘Hall Pass’ trailer gets a solid A for effort

The Farrelly Brothers were once a staple of modern day adult comedies.  I mean, they pretty much established the current template with There’s Something About Mary way back in 1998.  Since then, Todd Philips and Judd Apatow have taken the crown for the kings of this interesting sub genre.  But now the Farrelly Brothers are back, and, if this trailer is any indication, better then ever.

Machinehood – Book Review

Hugo Award nominee S.B. Divya (Runtime) is back with Machinehood, an action-packed sci-fi thriller about artificial intelligence, sentience, and labor rights in the near...