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Movie Review: The Campaign (2012)

A Republican getting positive treatment in a modern Hollywood film? This IS a trip to Fantasy Land, or “Rainbow Land” to quote from The Campaign, the newest comedy starring Will Ferrell, who, along with Zach Galifianakis (“The Hangover,” “The Hangover Part II“), attempt to parody the current political season with somewhat successful results. Actually though,…

Movie Trailers: Anchorman: The Legend Continues (2013)

Will Ferrell announced on Conan a few months ago that the long awaited sequel to “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” was greenlit. Today, two teaser trailers for Anchorman: The Legend Continues were released by Paramount Pictures whetting the appetites of fans of the creepy, chauvinistic Channel 4 News Team. From the intro, the guys…

Movie Trailer: The Campaign (2012)

Just in time for the presidential election in the United States comes Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Campaign. The satirical comedy pits suave incumbent congressman Cam Brady against Marty Huggins, a simple guy who works at the state Tourism Center. As is par for course in American politics, the race gets ugly — and when I…

Movie Review: Casa de mi Padre (2012)

La traición, la lujuria, la familia y el amor. Those are popular themes in Spanish soaps. For native speakers, backstabbing spouses, a secret romance between married individuals, and conflicted family men are sources of entertainment. But I’m sure they realize how convoluted and silly the onscreen drama is. There’s a lot to poke fun at…

Movie Review: Megamind (2010)

A late-2010 picture delivered by the DreamWorks animation factory, Megamind can best be described as Pixar’s The Incredibles meets Despicable Me. See, Megamind is a clever dissection of superhero movie conventions which functions as a character study of the supervillain. In the realm of superhero movies, there is always one given: The hero always wins….

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