Tagged: mood: eye-rolling
After being diagnosed with advanced lymphatic cancer, beautiful hard-working Ye Lanqiu is caught in the nightmarish bus that will ruin hers and the lives of everyone that’s around her when she refuses to give her seat to an elder and is caught on camera.
Deb is out of control while a new serial killer nicknamed The Brain Surgeion is making his rounds in Miami as some Dr. Vogel magically shows up in the city to tell Dexter that she was the reason Harry gave Dexter The Code for which he rules his life.
The movie will split in two with Hit-Girl being thrown in a Mean Girls/Carrie sorta mash-up, and with Kick-Ass discovering new costumed heroes to do good with.
There ARE tiny people known as Leafmen trying to defend their kingdom from evil skull-wearing creatures called Boggans, led by the most evil of all: Mandrake.
How much has The Offspring changed since their latest efforts? Not much, really. Days Go By isn’t an awful album by any means, but I’ll admit that it grew on me a little bit on my recent re-listen.
David Lowery delivers a film that longs to achieve Malick’s visual poetry but ends up being a mixed bag.
As messy and flawed as it is, Teen Beach Movie’s love for musicals, smart choreography, and genuinely enjoyable nature help make it something that isn’t nearly as bad as one might think.
Bunty Aur Babli is a light-hearted take on the classic crime caper genre, lead by an all-star cast and boasting hit songs.
The Canyons is a film that suffers from two immensely conflicting views: the sleek and sexy post-American Gigolo world of Schrader and the aggravatingly nihilistic and shallow world of Ellis.
By explaining everything and leaving nothing to the imagination, Now You See Me falls into dreadful and ridiculous predictability.