Archive for August, 2015

Promoted to his level of incompetence, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) manages a small paper sales office in Scranton, Pennsylvania, treading that line between friendly and creepy; inappropriate and illegal; unprofessional and… well he’s always unprofessional. The Office is a comedic look at the incompetence and inefficiency of middle management and the general dregs of a   Read More …

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Seth McFarlane yet again proves that even though he can be a clever writer, he chooses to pander to a demographic that has the maturity of a preteen, yet is old enough to get his early 80s pop culture references. Lonely seven-year-old John Bennett wishes for his new Christmas present – a two-foot tall teddy   Read More …

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Dr. House is the brash, narcissistic department head of diagnostics at Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital in New Jersey. He’s also always right. House, M.D. follows Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) and his fellows as they solve the unsolvable cases of the hospital and beyond. Arrogant and difficult to deal with, House’s motto “everybody lies” gives him excuse   Read More …

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In 1944, after landing on Normandy, Captain John H. Miller (Tom Hanks) is assigned to locate and retrieve Private James Ryan (Matt Damon), who is being sent home due to the deaths of his three brothers. Captain Miller takes his men through the north of France, facing horrors of the war, and risking and giving   Read More …

Categories: Movie Review