I hope you all enjoyed being Irish over the weekend because odds are you’re paying the price today. Whose idea was it to have a holiday that involves drinking outdoors at the tail end of winter and the flu season? Seriously, who was it?!?
“Trainwreck” (written by Amy Schumer, directed by Judd Apatow) is being hailed by many as breaking the rom-com mold, a cinematic milestone for female storyteller, and other grandiose superlatives, and they’re not wrong, but first and foremost, this is a great movie.
It’s always safe to head into a Pixar movie with the assumption that you will ball your eyes out (“Up” you know what you did). I would recommend bringing a box (or two) of tissues with you the “Inside Out.”
Dreamworks’ Turbo is a classic underdog tale, except in this case the dog is a snail. Theo (Ryan Reynolds) is not just any snail, but a snail who loves racing. Car racing, that is—a sport which his brother Chet (Paul Giamatti) pretty accurately (and hilariously) defines as a sport that is composed entirely of making left turns.