Posts Tagged ‘ Jonah Hill ’

This Is the End

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It’s all about who you know, right? And who do those bigwig Hollywood types know? Other bigwig Hollywood types. If you need evidence, just check out the last two Best Picture winners, The Artist and Argo. Critics seem to love the movies that hold a mirror up to the industry. While This Is the End is everything Hollywood and more, it’s getting such great reviews because it is actually just really funny. Continue reading

The Watch

The Watch poster

For comedies nowadays there seems to be two groups that aren’t necessarily mutually exclusive. We have the Judd Apatow group with Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, and co. Then we have Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Ben Stiller, and their cronies—the old guard, if you will. Sometimes, these groups mix, as is the case with The Watch. No matter the combinations, it seems these guys still play the same roles. Continue reading

The Sitter


You may not be familiar with the name David Gordon Green, but if you are a fan of Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down, Pineapple Express), you are very familiar with Green’s recent work. Green has directed such masterpieces as Your Highness, the aforementioned show and movie, and The Sitter. The latter is the only one not to consist of his foul-mouthed college buddy, but it is a lasting relic in cinematic history: the final act of legendary Fat Jonah Hill. Continue reading


Dating is difficult, complicated and in some cases emotionally exhausting. I haven’t had the pleasure of being divorced (or married), but I can only imagine how difficult it is to stick yourself out there after being with someone for an extended period of time. This is the problem John (John C. Reilly) encounters in the beginning of Cyrus. It turned out to be his most minor problem. Continue reading


A wise man once said, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Maybe so, but what happens if no one can see if it’s broken?  This is where innovation comes into the conversation. Innovation is one of the quickest ways to bring the future to the present and completely overhaul an outdated system. All you need is someone with the facts, Peter Brand (Jonah Hill), and someone with the willingness to embrace the change, Billy Beane (Brad Pitt). Then we can see how something as traditional as baseball changed completely in Moneyball. Continue reading

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