Parks and Recreation Season 5, Episode 2: “Soda Tax”

by Matthew Legarreta

One of the most dependable relationships in all of Parks and Recreation is  the one between Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson.  And this isn’t one of those relationships like Leslie and Ann or Andy and April that works because the two get along together—no, in fact, they disagree on almost everything.  But despite the fact that they almost… Read the full article

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The Office Season 9, Episode 2 Review: “Roy’s Wedding”

by Matthew Legarreta

I find it interesting, yet appropriate, that this season seems to be shifting towards once again showcasing the relationship between Jim and Pam.  In the Paul Liberstein days (a.k.a “The Dark Days”) the show shifted away from the couple when they became boring and happy and shit.  But in the first two episodes of the… Read the full article

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Looper Review: One Joe, Two Joe, Red Kid, Blue Kid

by Jeremy Sollie

We start in a field. Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) checks his watch while softly reciting French. Suddenly a hooded figure appears in front of him and Joe blows a hole through his chest. Welcome to Looper. 

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Marc Webb and His Punderful Name Will Return for The Amazing Spider-Man 2

by Matthew Legarreta

I’m not ashamed to say that I really didn’t like The Amazing Spider-Man. Well I didn’t find it to be a horrible film, I found it to be one devoid of all ambition and life. It was Spider-Man by the numbers, and contained none of the energy, wit, or downright greatness that I loved in… Read the full article

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Last Resort Season 1, Episode 1 Review: “Captain”

by Matthew Legarreta

Shawn Ryan is quite the prolific TV personality.  After making his big break with the very successful and critically hailed The Shield, Ryan moved from show to show, trying to find his next surefire hit.  He was doing The Unit for a while, did a little Lie to Me, and created and show ran two shows last year alone; The Chicago Code and Terriers.  He did all five… Read the full article

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