Adam DeVine

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Jul 22 2016

Ice Age: Collision Course

In its 14-year lifespan, the Ice Age franchise has never varied from its “family first” ethos – your family may not be the one you grew up with, but the one you find later in life, and both families are equally important. Granted, the quality of the films has changed from cute to loathsome and […]
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Oct 6 2015

The Final Girls

Growing up in the 1980s was a very fun time for horror fans like myself. Although my parents were vigilant about what kind of horror movies I was able to watch, my dad (with my mom’s consent) got my love for all things horror started with viewings of the network television versions of John Carpenter’s […]
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Sep 24 2015

The Intern

There are a multitude of reasons why The Intern is irresistible and delightful. Yet, since we are in writer/director Nancy Meyers’ world, there are a few reasons why it could be seen as elitist and exclusionary. I’m at war with my own opinion of this movie because I walked out at film’s end gushing about […]
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May 14 2015

Pitch Perfect 2

“The Pitch Is Back.” So say the promotional materials for Pitch Perfect 2, the sequel to the sleeper hit from 2012 that captivated hearts and voices everywhere. If you missed it, here’s a slight recap: Pitch Perfect featured Anna Kendrick as Beca, an introvert in her first year at fictional Barden University, who breaches her […]
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