Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Movie Review: Date Night



Before this movie even came out, I always thought that Tina Fey and Steve Carell were going to do a movie together one day. Three years later, I got my wish, and they worked together in one of the best screwball comedies I haven't seen in a very long time. If you guys want to watch an extremely plotted screwball comedy, I recommend you go get Date Night on DVD now.




I am a huge fan of both of them. Tina Fey for her amazing work on Saturday Night Live and her Emmy-award winning television show 30 Rock. She is one of the most original writers I have ever seen. Every single episode she has written for the show ended up being one of my favorite episodes on the show. Then she started doing movies like Baby Mama. Not a day goes by that I am inspired by her work in comedy.



I am also a fan of Steve Carell. I watch The Office every second I get and I am sad that this is his final season on the show. Dan In Real Life is still to this day one of my favorite comedies from him. When it comes to him he is a true master of improv. Tina Fey is great as well.

In New York City, a case of mistaken identity turns a bored married couple's attempt at a glamorous and romantic evening into something more thrilling and dangerous.


Date Night
is the perfect movie to give you a good laugh while laying on the couch. You won't get bored for a single second. I sure didn't, so I know you'll like it. If you like my review, I am sure you are seconds away from going on Netflix or driving 110 miles an hour to a nearby Blockbuster.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Movie Review: Resident Evil: Afterlife



I spent the time this weekend to watch Resident Evil: Afterlife. I am a huge fan of the fantasy world. So it was obvious that I was going to watch this movie.

Recently, the fourth movie broke the franchise's record by grossing over $27 million dollars opening weekend here in America. It made $73 million dollars opening weekend worldwide. After watching these numbers I just knew this was going to happen. The fourth movie was by far the best in the entire franchise.

The storyline was clear. They wrote an amazing script. Milla Jovovich kicks butt more than any female action star that I've been watching throughout the years. The entire supporting cast each carried their own in this movie, but I was looking at Milla's character and how she interacted with the others.

If anyone is a fan of fantasy, horror, thriller, action, adventure, or science fiction this movie is all of that rolled into one. I highly recommend this film to everyone.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

All My Friends Are Everywhere And That's Bad



I am extremely happy to have friends all over the planet. I have friends in Los Angeles, New York, and Maryland. It feels great. Friendship is the most important thing in life. I care about people. That's why I'm feeling the way I'm feeling right now.

Even though it is good to have my friends everywhere it feels sad because I'm am lonely here in New Orleans. All of my friends are around the world while I am alone here in New Orleans.

I'm sure I will be able to get over this, but this is just one of those days where I'm feeling lonely because no one is here with me.