Jennifer Cleary

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

This Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: Beyoncé Lip-Synched “Star-Spangled Banner”— You know our country’s priorities are out of whack when President Obama’s inauguration is upstaged by Beyoncé and Michelle Obama’s new bangs. At least Beyoncé’s pre-recorded rendition worked out better than Ashlee Simpson’s “Saturday Night Live” debacle. Leonardo […]

CW69–01/28/2013

This Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: Justin Timberlake Debuts New Music— On Monday, J.T. debuted his first song in over six years. And as much as I wanted to play hard to get, I’ve had “Suit & Tie” on repeat over the past couple of days. Hopefully the […]

01/17/2013

Zero Dark Thirty Review

9/11 is one of those rare moments in history where people remember exactly where they were when it happened. I was in my 7th grade homeroom waiting to go to my first class of the day. It’s odd how tragedies seem to be the only moments in history worth remembering for years to come, such […]

01/11/2013

This Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: Justin Bieber Caught Smoking Pot— This week a picture surfaced of Bieber holding what appears to be a joint. A few days later Bieber tweeted this nugget of wisdom, “Everyday growing and learning. Trying to be better. U get knocked down, u […]

CW69–01/09/2013

Les Miserables Movie Review

I might be a cynic, but even I’m not immune to fun, over-the-top movie musicals like “Mamma Mia” and “Chicago.” Tom Hooper’s “Les Miserables” possesses some of the same traits, but the mood is somber and on a much grander scale. With the exception of 2011’s “The Artist,” “Les Miserables” is the showiest film in […]

CW69–01/02/2013

This Is 40 Review

There’s a lot to like about Judd Apatow’s “This Is 40,” the sort-of sequel to 2007’s “Knocked Up.” Whereas “Knocked Up” centered on a group of half-baked men, “This Is 40” deals with the day-to-day grind of family life in a clever, heartfelt way. Debbie (Leslie Mann) and Pete (Paul Rudd) are happily married and […]

CW69–01/02/2013

Matthew McConaughey

This Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: Matthew McConaughey is a Serious Actor Now— To prepare for his role as a man battling HIV/AIDS, McConaughey dropped a reported 30 pounds. His dramatic weight loss along with a memorable performance could earn him an Oscar next year. Too bad his […]

CW69–12/10/2012

Hitchcock

Hitchcock Review

Indisputably, Alfred Hitchcock is one of the greatest suspense filmmakers in cinematic history. Today, however, his notorious obsessions with his blonde leading ladies garner just as much attention as his films do. Two movies detailing his directorial tendencies and personal struggles have been released this year. HBO’s made-for-TV movie “The Girl” and the feature film […]

CW69–12/03/2012

Lifetime Celebrates The Premiere Of "Liz & Dick" With The Cast, Crew And Other VIPs At A Private Dinner

The Week in 3 Sentences or Less

Here are some of this week’s biggest stories in three sentences or less: “Liz & Dick”— Much is being made about Lindsay Lohan’s latest role.  Her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor may be the worst acting I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen all of Jennifer Lopez’s movies. The Death of J.R. Ewing— One of the most […]

CW69–11/28/2012

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