with Tony Lantz
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Movie: Being Elmo
Running Time: 80 Minutes
Director: Constance Marks
Starring: Kevin Clash
Narrated by: Whoopi Goldberg
June 16, 2012
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Written and Directed by: Jennifer Westfeldt
Starring: Jennifer Westfeldt (Kissing Jessica Stien), Adam Scott (Party Down), Chris O’Dowd (The IT Crowd), Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Maya Rudolph (Up All Night), Ed Burns (The Groomsmen)
May 2, 2012
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Tony is busy at the “National Youth Arts Week” here in Bridgewater.
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April 24, 2012
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Cabin in the Woods
Running Time:95 Minutes
Written By: Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel, Dollhouse, Firefly, Serenity, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-ALong Blog), Drew Goddard (Cloverfield, LOST, Angel, Buffy)
Starring: Fran Kranz (Dollhouse), Chis Hemsworth (Thor, The Avengers), Kristen Connolly (As The World Turns), Anna Hutchison (Go Girls), Jesse Williams (Brooklyn’s Finest)
If you have any suggestions for a movie review please leave a comment below- thank you..
April 20, 2012
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Running Time: 107 Minutes
Directed By: Stephen Spielberg
Starring: Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot), Andy Serkis (The Hobbit), Simon Pegg (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol), Nick Frost (Snow White and the Huntsman), Daniel Craig (Skyfall).
Do you have a movie you’d like to see Tony & Sam review? Please leave your comments below!
April 5, 2012
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Running Time: 86 Minutes
Directed By: Chris Renaud and Kyle Balda
Starring: Betty White (Off Their Rockers), Danny DeVito (Twins), Rob Riggle ( 21 Jump St), Taylor Swift (Valentine’s Day), Zac Efron (The Lucky One), Ed Helms (The Hangover)
March 21, 2012
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Not to worry, loyal viewers, we have not forgotten about you =).
We shot two reviews, one for The Lorax and one for TinTin and are just editing them so that we can post them for you. It’s going to be a trio of “kid’s” movies as we will be doing a review for The Muppets over this weekend as well. Expect to see the first two in the coming week and the third hot on it’s heels.
I’m in the middle of final projects, so I’m holding up production =P
Thanks for watching,
Tony & Sam
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March 10, 2012
8:59 am | 3 Comments » |
Running Time: 90 minutes
Directed by: Kyle Newman
Starring: Jay Baruchel (Goon), Dan Fogler (Man Up), Sam Huntington (Being Human US), Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars, House of Lies), Chris Marquette (Alpha Dog)
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March 2, 2012
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We’ve decided to put the View back in review. From here on out the movie reviews on this blog will take on the form of video and will eliminate the need to read my thoughts. You can now merely watch and listen.Plus to make it more of a conversation and to get more than one opinion, I’m joined by my lovely partner in crime Samantha Green.
Running Time: 98 Minutes
Director: Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky)
Starring: Jay Baruchel (Goon, Tropic Thunder, Fanboys), Scott Speedman (The Vow, Underworld), Emily Hampshire (The Trotsky)
Trailer: Normally this is where the trailer would be located, but we feel the trailer gives too much away and have not included it.
We welcome any feedback on the video, and are also open to suggestion as to movies people would like to see reviewed.
“A good neighbour is a fellow who smiles at you over the back fence, but doesn’t climb over it.” – Arthur Baer
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January 10, 2012
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Starring: Tyler Labine (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Lake Bell (No Strings Attached), Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses), Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks), Leslie Bibb (Iron Man), Nick Kroll (The League), Lindsay Sloane (She’s Out of My League), Lucy Punch (Hot Fuzz), Will Forte (Macgruber)
A group of 30 year old friends attempt to throw one last Labour Day party before the summer house is sold. That party…is an orgy.
Right off the top I know that you’re thinking this is just another excuse for language and nudity, which is not the case. Granted, both components are certainly available during the film’s 95 minutes, they are not the movie’s main focus. The movie has a lot more heart than the title gives it credit for, and it really is a story about friendship, and growing up. In a nutshell, it’s a coming of middle age story. The characters are all very relatable and it would be my guess that if you can’t relate to one of them personally, you’ve definitely crossed paths with one or two of them.
I picked this movie up based solely on the fact that Tyler Labine was in it, and he has yet to disappoint. After seeing this, I am happy to report that he still has a flawless record. It was also nice to see Martin Starr with a larger role and the entire cast was incredibly well rounded. Everyone brought something unique to the table, it’s a very diverse group of actors and they all played to their strengths.
I felt I needed to do a review on this movie as I figured the title may scare some people away. While it’s probably not the best choice for a family movie night, I would definitely recommend it for either a date night, a night in with some friends, or if you feel like kicking back and having a laugh solo.
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