Review: “A LEGO Brickumentary”

By far, the most all-inclusive brick documentary to date, “A LEGO Brickumentary” is as informative as it is fun. When the film begins with narration by a stop-action minifig (Jason Bateman), it’s immediately apparent this isn’t your average documentary.  Instead, co-directors Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson have created something truly unique: A documentary that kids [...]

By |July 31st, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments

“A LEGO Brickumentary” – Directors and Lego Artist Interviews (SDCC2015)

Last month Kevin had a chance to talk to both the Co-Directors of "A LEGO Brickumentary" and world renown Brick-Artist Nathan Sawaya.  If you don't recognize the name, you will surely recognize his art. (LEGO Oscars anyone?) Co-Directors Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson Junge & Davidson are no strangers to documentaries, both have been nominated for academy awards. [...]

By |July 31st, 2015|Interviews|0 Comments

Review: “Pixels”

Hollywood’s nostalgia-ploitation films keep on coming, this time it’s mining Generation Xer’s love of retro arcade games, but the target audience seems to be small children.   For those of us who used to pump quarters into the old 8-bit arcade games, the premise is certainly intriguing.  The games we used to play, the space [...]

By |July 24th, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments

Review: “Southpaw”

Imagine Rocky, in any of his six films, as an incredibly unlikable character, and you have a quick idea of what to expect from “Southpaw.” Director Antoine Fuqua has made a number of thrilling films.  Regardless of how good or bad they may have been, “The Replacement Killers”, “Training Day”, and “The Equalizer” were entertaining and [...]

By |July 23rd, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments


Amy Schumer is the writer and star of this summer’s Romantic Comedy, Trainwreck. Amy is a complacent magazine editor who leads a rather promiscuous personal life. Thanks to the slight brainwashing of her father, Amy insists that her aversion to commitment is realistic and in her best interest. She keeps everyone, including her family at [...]

By |July 17th, 2015|Movie Reviews|0 Comments

Review: “The Overnight”

The rare sex comedy that can be called “smart”,  this is as enjoyable as it is unusual.   Alex(Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) have just moved to LA with their young son.  While visiting their local park, they become acquainted with Kurt(Jason Schwartzman) and Charlotte (Judith Godrèche), a very friendly couple who have a [...]

By |July 3rd, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments


With dance music currently becoming more mainstream, Eden serves as a retrospective look at the development of French dance music through the eyes of Paul (Félix de Givry). Paul is immediately captivated by electronic music as soon as he hears it for the first time in a secluded rave in the middle of the forest. [...]

By |July 3rd, 2015|Movie Reviews|0 Comments

Review: “Magic Mike XXL”

Magic Mike’s second coming may end up as one of the funniest comedies of 2015. Steven Soderbergh’s 2012 “Magic Mike” was loosely based on Channing Tatum’s early days as a male exotic dancer and featured equal parts of humor and drama into a moderately entertaining film. XXL is a entirely different beast, a much more [...]

By |July 1st, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments

Review: “Terminator: Genisys”

Playing like Terminator Fan Fiction, “Genisys” has fun with some of our favorite characters and moments, before degrading into a painfully stupid script. Ignoring the last two films, this fifth entry in the “Terminator” series instead focuses on elements from the beloved first two.  A surprisingly entertaining credit sequence brings everyone in the audience up [...]

By |July 1st, 2015|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments