Jennifer Cleary

Theo James and Shailene Woodley, "Divergent" Black Carpet Event

Top Pop Culture Stories in Three Sentences or Less

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Spar in Final Presidential Debate – While Clinton justified her stances on women’s rights and immigration, Trump provided some much-needed comic relief with gems such as calling Clinton a “nasty woman” and admitting to being a future poor loser. This late in election, you have to laugh to keep yourself […]

10/21/2016

This Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: Taylor Swift Disses Tina Fey, Amy Poehler— Taylor Swift can’t take a joke, not even when it’s coming from two of the funniest women in entertainment. In a recent magazine interview, Swift responds to the harmless joke made by Fey, Poehler at […]

CW69–03/18/2013

Stoker

Stoker Review

The family drama is an all too familiar genre, but add dark humor, murder and incest to the mix and it makes for a fun, demented thriller. In “Stoker,” Korean director Chan-wook Park teeters between art and vulgarity. While the script from Wentworth Miller (“Prison Break”) needs to be fleshed out more, I couldn’t look […]

CW69–03/15/2013

Emperor Review

Movies based on historical events don’t have to be boring, with “Argo,” “Apollo 13” and “Saving Private Ryan” being a few of my favorites. Often times when making a movie based on real events, creative liberties must be taken so that the story is compelling to watch on-screen. Unfortunately, Peter Webber’s “Emperor” doesn’t translate well […]

CW69–03/09/2013

Oz the Great and Powerful Review

For many, “The Wizard of Oz” is a childhood staple, inspiring other works of fiction like “Wicked” and “The Wiz.” Sam Raimi’s “Oz the Great and Powerful” is yet another derivative of L. Frank Baum’s wondrous novel. While it’s packed with visually stunning special effects, solid performances and light humor, the last hour left me […]

CW69–03/08/2013

Top Oscar Moments Over the Years, in 3 Sentences or Less

In honor of the 85th Academy Awards, I’ve put together 10 of the most memorable Oscar moments over the past decade in three sentences or less. Adrien Brody Kisses Halle Berry— In 2003, Adrien Brody won Best Actor for his performance for “The Pianist.” Overcome with emotion, Brody passionately kissed presenter Halle Berry. Since then […]

CW69–02/26/2013

Top Picks for the 85th Academy Awards

Sunday’s 85th Academy Awards marks the end of the 2012-2013 awards season. No more pageantry, Harvey Weinstein jokes, disingenuous acceptance speeches (cough, Anne Hathaway, cough) and rigged voting systems. Still, I’m sad to see the awards season come to a close. For over eight years, I’ve watched the Oscars religiously, and for the past three […]

CW69–02/22/2013

A Good Day to Die Hard Review

At some point, you have to accept your own limitations. Unfortunately, the executives over at 20th Century Fox refuse to accept theirs. 20th Century Fox’s “A Good Day to Die Hard” is another example of how greed can tarnish even the most beloved franchise’s reputation.  Bruce Willis has become too old to play tough as […]

CW69–02/14/2013

Identity Thief Failed to Make Me Laugh

Seth Gordon’s “Identity Thief” is yet another oddball comedy about polar opposites traveling cross-country together. The movie stars Jason Bateman as the straight-laced nice guy trying to clear his name after his identity is stolen. Melissa McCarthy, best known for her role in “Bridesmaids”, plays the outrageous but laughable con artist named Diana. While the […]

CW69–02/08/2013

Warm Bodies Pays Homage to Zombie Genre

Zombie movies have been around since the late 1960’s, with “Night of the Living Dead” being one of the first films to feature the living dead. Since then, countless zombie movies have been made. While films like “Shaun of the Dead” are light-hearted satires, others such as “Land of the Dead” are horror-driven. Jonathan Levine’s […]

CW69–02/01/2013

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