Bart Got A Room offers a mildly funny look at the trials and tribulations of a High School Senior as he deals with finding the perfect Prom date and changes in his family life. That said, it should not be seen as a teen-centered film as it deals with much deeper themes of commitment, friendship, and familial bonds that involve all of the characters. This movie is rich with sentiment, heart, and love that will give the viewer a positive feeling as they exit the cinema.
I Love You Man is a great experience for men and women alike. It is full of laughs and gags that do not go to the overly extreme or come across as contrived.
For a film that is primarily aimed at children, Monsters vs. Aliens is shockingly violent, full of sexual innuendo and lots of “potty mouth” comments. That aside, it is seemingly enjoyable but nothing near fabulous.
Adventureland is an excellent coming of age film that bridges the seriousness of life with comedic undertones. It is not only nostalgic for the 1980s but reminiscent of how films of that era dealt with young adulthood and finding oneself. The movie is a delight as it has the quirky, the outrageous, the disillusioned and the painfully geeky characters all together for an experience one will not soon forget. Plus, it features the resurgence of the “mix tape” – how can you resist?
The charming smile of Clive Owen (Ray) could not save Duplicity or the star persona of Julia Roberts (Claire). It is quite frankly, a horrible mess.