We’re back after a brief hiatus. We’ve been picked up by another network and things should be back to normal around here pretty soon, with a couple exceptions. Nate has been replaced by Dick Sargent, and we’ll be introducing the character of “Flixy,” a furry, movie-obsessed, Muppet-like character. Think Elmo crossed with Ebert, but edgier. We think you’ll love the changes we’ve made. (more…)
Archive for October, 2011
It’s another newsy day, folks, as Nate was too lazy to drag his carcass to the theater, or even be bothered to watch a movie on his DVR. Or on cable. Or Netflix streaming. Or Netflix DVD. Or Amazon Unboxed. Or, hell, on Zune on his XBox. This is how little he cares for you. This is why he fails.
I, on the other hand, love you like a mother, and provide a (probably far too effusive) review of Hanna, which I watched.
For you, folks. All for you. (more…)
We start of this week with a quick review of Moneyball, which I saw, and Wall Street: Micheal Douglas Had Nothing Better To Do, which Nate saw. But at least they’re both money movies, right? (more…)