Keegan Michael Key
Three years too late. That’s the first – and most likely last – thought that comes to mind when news leaked that one-time mobile game app champion, “Angry Birds,” would receive the big-screen, animation treatment (otherwise known as corporate brand extension). Half a decade ago, Angry Birds could be found on
In Keanu, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key try to save the most adorable kitten on the face of the earth from a drug dealer. The visionary creators of the fantastic TV sketch show, Key & Peele, joining forces to save a kitten? In a feature film? Sounds fantastic. Then within the first 10 minutes
VACATION: Neither the journey nor the eventual destination proves to be particularly memorable, let alone funny except sporadically.
TOMORROWLAND: A deeply flawed, problematic sci-fi/adventure ostensibly meant for family audiences.