“Here’s something Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter isn’t lacking: fog. If you happen to be a fog junky, you’re in for a real treat.” Nick Honeywell saw Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. He was not amused.
“Enter The Cabin in the Woods: few-and-far-between example of what happens when talented people get to have fun with a great concept. It’s a movie that was made because it’s full of cool ideas and karma-satisfying plot twists, not because it’s going to triple its budget at the box office on the first two weekends.” What a surprise: Nick Honeywell likes a movie.
“Read the book, watch the movie. You’ll pick favorites. You’ll get sucked into the game. If you were in Panem, you’d watch.” Jenny Walton is bloodthirsty, after all.
“If this film were a term paper, it would get an ‘A+’ for taking a controversial stance and tactfully defending it—something most screenwriters, especially comedy screenwriters, don’t bother with these days.” Nick Honeywell applauds 21 Jump Street‘s strong contrarian thesis statement.
“I’m fairly certain that, given $12 million (the film’s modest budget), I could have directed Project X with comparable results. That’s not meant to be a knock on the film—it is decidedly unambitious, and it works.” Nick Honeywell reviews Project X.
“Well, ladies, I hate to be the one to break it to you, but Tim Riggins is on Mars and is totally, batshit crazy in love with the Princess of Helium.” Jenny Walton sheds some light on this Friday night movie option.