A Deadly Adoption: A Spot-On ‘Parody’ of the Lifetime Genre

Where do I even begin to explain what A Deadly Adoption is? I suppose for one to really understand what it is, they would have had to have seen a Lifetime movie already. I haven’t seen a whole lot of Lifetime movies, but basically they always revolve around its characters struggling with elaborate moral dilemmas.…

The Interview: Rogen and Franco Deliver Yet Again

**NO SPOILERS** I like the idea of starting off a review by saying how I feel about the movie right off the bat, then explaining that opinion after doing so. In the interest of that idea, I would have started off this review by saying that The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, is…

Anchorman 2: A Good Time, Worth the Watch

**NO SPOILERS** When I heard that a sequel to Anchorman was being made I had mixed feelings. On one hand, I thoroughly enjoyed the first one, but on the other hand, sequels tend to be money grabs that cannot come close to living up to the original movie. Another thing that I was worried about…

Mean Girls: Soooo Fetch

**NO SPOILERS**   I didn’t think I’d like Mean Girls. I mean it seemed like just another high school drama, of which I’ve seen enough to say I don’t enjoy them in the least. Although after watching this movie, I realized that Mean Girls isn’t just another movie in this genre. This movie defined the…

The World’s End: Absolute Brilliance

This is a *SPOILER FREE* review for This is the En— No wait. The World’s End (not to be mixed up, however, both are extremely hilarious). The World’s End is a British sci-fi movie directed by Edgar Wright, co-written by Wright and Simon Pegg, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and many other hilarious British…