EASY A (Will Gluck, 2010)

Emma Stone is a star and in a cast where everyone seems to fit their roles to a tee (Amanda Bynes as the Bible-thumping beeyotch, Thomas Haden Church as the professor of reason, Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson as the coolest parents on Earth), she still manages to outshine everyone. It may be hard to […]

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THE BACK-UP PLAN (Alan Poul, 2010)

I’m saddened by the fact that this supposed romantic-comedy is actually offensive to women and mothers. The main character played by Jennifer Lopez is a dimwit that didn’t learn anything from What to Expect When You’re Expecting (yes, she’s seen reading the book in one scene). Let’s see, here’s a woman desperately wanting a child […]

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MULI (Adolf Alix, Jr., 2010)

This is probably one of my least favorite Alix movies. The gay theme just seems to be out of place in the heavily political setting. It’s hard to feel for the central characters when the movie doesn’t really establish much of their love story. They just seem to be two confused people in need of […]

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