There’s a world where animals have evolved to a higher level of think, far past their basic instincts. However, animals all over uses their natural abilities to their advantage. Rabbits farm and the King of the Jungle is Mayor. It’s perfectly sufficient to use your natural talents to cement your place in life, but what if you could achieve more? What if you could change your predestined station in life and follow your dreams? Since she was a kit, Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) of Bunnyborrow has always stood up for the little guy, even though she’s pretty tiny herself. While her overprotective parents Bonnie (Bonnie Hunt) and Stu (Don Lake) would rather see Judy join her 237 siblings and maintain the family farm; Judy wants to protect and serve in the Zootopia Police Department. Continue reading “Movie Review – Zootopia”
Now that Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day) have imprisoned, killed and blackmailed their ‘Horrible Bosses’; the trio, now liberated from the monotony of the office has started a company based on their invention. After their live television appearance pitching The Shower Buddy goes impossibly bad, NicKurtDale Inc. may be dead before it gets off the ground. Now seeking the financial help of a private investor, the boys get an offer from the smarmy Bert Hanson (Christoph Waltz), who will lend $3 million for production of the first 100,00 units. When Hanson suddenly backs out of the deal, the boys need cash to pay their debts, or lose their business.
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I’m a firm believer of the idea, at the core of every great film is great writing. Think about it. The script is the backbone of the film. It’s the difference between a film and improv. Craig Mazin wrote the screenplay for Identity Thief. His credits include: Scary Movie 3 and 4, Superhero Movie, The Hangover: Part 2 and the upcoming Hangover Part 3. Four movies and four examples of fail. With The Hangover: Part 3 scheduled to be released in the spring, Mazin is stepping to the plate with potentially, his fifth straight dud of a script. Though the script makes up the large majority of what makes this film what it is, blame must be spread evenly. Continue reading “Movie Review – Identity Thief”
Most of us have heard the old saying, â€œthe grass is greener on the other side.â€ And the vast majority of ourselves looks at other people and thinks they have it all, are better at certain things, or get jealous of the way they live their life. I’m 100% guilty of that more than at least once per day. So the question than presents itself, would you switch with someone else if given the chance? Do you think that if you had what they had you’d be happier? Or do you think that if you gave up everything you had, it might not be exactly what you expected.
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Bosses suck. Nobody likes their boss unless they are their own boss. Yea, yea, there are going to be some of you out there that will write in saying things like â€œmy boss really is a good person and respects me.â€ But I’ll counter that by saying is that the case all the time? Probably not. Most likely not. Face it, bosses are there for the company and not you. Some of them are stricter than others, but that doesn’t mean that even the nice ones don’t have the company’s best interest in mind. Either you perform well, or to the companies standards or you’re going to have to face your boss, probably not in the most comfortable of circumstances.
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Sci-fi geeks and comic book fans all over the world would love to meet an alien in person. Imagine what first contact would be like. Would you even know what to say? Would they look like what we envision an alien to even look like? Most of us believe that the universe is too large to only have one planet that has life out there. Some of us believe the earth has been visited by alien life in the past and are currently visiting us. And some of us fear what might happen if alien life ever did find its way to our planet.
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