Format: Film Starring: Channing Tatum Directed by: Steven Soderbergh I didn’t really know what I expected to see when I went to the theater for the midnight showing of Magic Mike. The lobby was crammed with 40-something housewives all charged up cause they were out of the house, young guys being dragged by their girlfriends
Everyone Is Dying To Be In Our Headlines.
Title: Battleship Starring: Liam Neeson and some other people Based On: A god damn board game Hot guy. Explosion. Explosion. Coke Zero™. Hot guy. Explosion. Rihanna. Explosion.
Vampires: Check Werewolves: Check Twilight: Sucks So supposedly you can’t just walk up the midnight showing of Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Pt. 1) and just get tickets. But my roommate and I (avg age 28) decided to do just that. I don’t know why we thought going to a theater with thousands of screaming pre-teens
Crazy, Stupid Love. Director: Dan Fogelman (the genius behind cinematic gems like Cars 2, Bolt, and Fred Claus) Classification: Rom Com Wanting to escape the banality of everyday life, the sister and I ventured to our local cinema to check out Crazy, Stupid Love. I figured it couldn’t be that bad with its “all star” cast