A look at some of the lustful ladies who came before Amy Schumer’s TRAINWRECK.
Cinedigm and GKIDS has announced the release of the newest Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli masterpiece, From Up On Poppy Hill. Keep reading for all the details.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Director Dan Scanlon and Producer Kori Rae from Monsters University, the latest feature from Pixar.
Directed by first-timer Dan Scanlon, Monsters University reunites the beloved voices of Billy Crystal, John Goodman, and Steve Buscemi while introducing a powerhouse supporting cast! It is my pleasure to report that real Pixarian heart and humor are back for summer 2013.
Parks and Recreation finishes strong with a return from Burt Macklin and cameos by beloved guest stars.
My biggest problem with Parks and Recreation’s “Animal Control” episode is it’s heavy plot. Read more to find out why.
As long as Leslie Knope is willing to change her to name to Leslie Wyatt, or Congresswoman Mrs. Ben Wyatt (it’s a deal-breaker), Ben and Leslie are set to be married the same night of the park fundraiser gala, instead of three months from now. Just kidding. Leslie wouldn’t change
Parks and Recreation is on a streak of poorly named episodes. It’s at least two, maybe three, I haven’t decided on “Two Parties” yet. It’s functional, yet boring. Be that as it may, Thursday’s episode, “Ann’s Decision,” is a major improvement on last week. The episode opens with Ron ordering a
Poor Chris. He finds out his relationship status at the same time as the rest of Pawnee, and he probably secretly wishes that “in a personal relationship with” means “in love.” I said last week that he’s in store for a legitimate relationship (because establishing long-term romantic relationships seems to
Ken Hotate (Jonathan Joss), leader of the fictional Wamapoke Tribe, is back in Pawnee to call everything racist and promote his casino with a giant neon sign…or just build a playground. That’s great too. Thursday’s episode of Parks and Recreation, “Two Parties,” is much more about Ben and Leslie’s bachelor and