James Marsden

Movie Review: Welcome to Me (2014)

She enters in a swan boat to a meager audience barely populating the struggling studio wherein her talk show is being recorded and aired for the first time. Her is she. She is me. Me is Alice Klieg. Alice is a Californian divorcee in her early 40’s who has been fighting against mental illness for…

Movie Trailer #3: Anchorman: The Legend Continues (2013)

Today Paramount Pictures put out another full length trailer for Anchorman: The Legend Continues and I laughed. Out loud. And that is something that rarely happens. It continues the misguided adventures of Ron Burgandy and his gang as they make their way to the Big Apple and bigger audiences. Fittingly, along the way they’ll have…

Movie Review: 2 Guns (2013)

If ever a motion picture suffered enough schizophrenia for a roomful of Sigmund Freuds, it’s 2 Guns, the newest effort from director Baltasar Kormákur (“Contraband“) starring Mark Wahlberg (“Ted“) and Denzel Washington (coming off of his Oscar-nominated turn in “Flight“). While the running thread of the mismatched black and white partners forced to work together…

Movie Trailer #2: Anchorman: The Legend Continues (2013)

Today, with a fresh trailer, Paramount Pictures has released another taste of what is to come in Anchorman: The Legend Continues. In it, Ron Burgundy and his team of the chauvinistic and racially insensitive (Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner) return, but this time they’ve left the local news circuit and are…

Movie Review: Robot & Frank (2012)

The near future doesn’t look too bad. Phones are translucent and are just a sliver in thickness, you video chat through your television by voice command, cars are getting greener and smaller, and your local library will no longer maintain hard-copy volumes for you to check out. The domestic robot market is also taking off….

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