Morgan Freeman

Movie Review: Ted 2 (2015)

Like so many sequels, especially of comedy films, a serious drought of what made the first funny and charming takes place in Ted 2, forcing writers to substitute true laughs with obscenities (saying the “F” word over and over does not make it any more clever), crude jokes and, in this case, far too many…

Move Trailer: Ted 2 (2015)

Although they got back together at the end of “Ted,” John (Mark Wahlberg) and longtime girlfriend Lori (Mila Kunis), are not getting married in the follow-up to the raunchy hit, Ted 2. As a matter of fact, Lori doesn’t even make an appearance in this trailer (probably got hit by a bus or something equally…

Movie Review: Lucy (2014)

If there is a mindset that is getting on my nerves more and more as it becomes steadily more prominent, it’s the idea that a work (especially a film) possessing a certain level of either style or ostentatiousness is in and of itself worthy of praise. It’s an ideology that gave the laughably atrocious 2002…

Movie Review: Transcendence (2014)

Science-fiction fans are no strangers to tales of artificial intelligence, and even the average film-goer has had his share of computers gone wild. These films range from thought-provoking and thrilling (films like “The Matrix,” “2001: A Space Odyssey”) to enjoyably fun and entertaining (I’m thinking of “War Games” and “The Terminator”) to downright awful and…

Movie Trailer: Transcendence (2014)

It’s going to happen some day. Computers will become so advanced they will become aware. How it will happen is anyone’s guess but in Wally Pfister’s directorial debut Transcendence it happens when the consciousness of a scientist is implanted into a machine. From the trailer released this evening by Warner Bros. even with the best…

Movie Trailer: The LEGO Movie (2014)

They’ve made a movie about every other toy in creation so why not everyone’s favorite building blocks, LEGO? Well today Warner Bros. put that to rest with their trailer for The LEGO Movie. Starring every superhero and lovable character imaginable, the family-friendly movie follows a typical smiley figure named Emmet (Chris Pratt) as he bumbles…

Movie Review: Last Vegas (2013)

Last Vegas, despite the clunky title and a tried-and-true plot, has plenty of funny moments, due mostly to the charm and enthusiasm of its aging cast and the script itself, by Dan Fogelman. But is it inspiring? A laugh-out-loud comedy? Well, no and no — but it still mostly works, at least as well as…

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