Tag: Ed Helms

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Tag’ mines the heart and humor from an absurd, true-to-life premise

| June 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Tag’ mines the heart and humor from an absurd, true-to-life premise

If anything can be said about Hollywood filmmaking today, it would have to be the fact that almost anything can be made into a movie these days. From spur-of-the-moment ideas to stories that have been boiling for decades, with the proper backing, almost anything can make its way to the big screen if it’s sold […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Love the Coopers’ is a warm, fuzzy, comfortable holiday film

| November 13, 2015 | 1 Comment
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Love the Coopers’ is a warm, fuzzy, comfortable holiday film

The holiday season is always an incredible time for film. With the awards season approaching fast, studios rush to release their best movies of the year around this time, putting myself in what I like to call “positivity limbo,” the time in which I give far more positive reviews than I normally would, always making […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Vacation’ brings the R-rated laughs in spades

| July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Vacation’ brings the R-rated laughs in spades

The original “Vacation” was one of the first R-rated films I ever watched, and while the film — at least by today’s standards — is pretty tame, I still felt pretty badass amongst my fifth grade peers. But despite this landmark achievement in my life, the remake of “Vacation” never really came on my radar as […]

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Ed Helms talks about his role in “Jeff, Who Lives at Home”

| March 13, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ed Helms talks about his role in “Jeff, Who Lives at Home”

Ed Helms, known for his comedic roles in NBC’s “The Office” and “The Hangover” movies, will soon be stepping out of his niche on Friday, March 16th, 2012 when “Jeff, Who Lives At Home” is released in theatres. The movie follows Jeff (Jason Segel) as he leaves his home in his mother’s basement to run […]

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