Tag: Seth Rogen

Long Shot (2019) Blu-ray Review

Taking Shots at Politics Long Shot makes no attempt to restructure the mainstream romantic comedy. It uses bigger stakes – the American Presidency – and still finds a way …

Arizona 4K UHD/Blu-ray Review

Brittle Satire Danny McBride is meant to play an idiot in Arizona. Set at the beginning of the recession, McBride is turned into an American consumer satire, an SUV-driving, …

Sausage Party Blu-ray Review

Steak Night There’s an egregious inconsistency to Sausage Party: Either the food’s packaging is alive or the food itself is. The answer isn’t consistent. And if it’s the food, …

Kung Fu Panda 3 Blu-ray Review

Po-faced Kung Fu Panda 3’s important lesson buries itself under 80 or so minutes of frantic action. Po (Jack Black) learns the value of failure and how it makes …

The Night Before Blu-ray Review

Levitt, Rogen, and Mackie pair for this lagging buddy comedy The cast of The Night Before have a great time on set. Audiences might not since the fun doesn’t …

Steve Jobs Blu-ray Review

Performing the Job(s) Steve Jobs releasing so near the Ashton Kutcher-starring Jobs is a Steve Jobs thing – confident, arrogant, and knowing the competition will fail. Whether the market …

The Interview Blu-ray Review

Black crush hampers an otherwise gorgeous presentation For a film meant to shamelessly satirize the situation in North Korea, The Interview makes the mistake of casting the superlative Randal …

The Interview Theatrical Review

Probably not worth an internet-based conflict In an alternate reality The Interview is an important film, one with a sardonic lock on North Korea’s uncomfortable existence while satirizing the …

The Guilt Trip Review

Cue 90-minutes of listening to people who never shut up in an enclosed space while being completely oblivious to each others needs.