Almost forty years later, kids at Camp Firewood are still engaging in the same typical summer camp chicanery, but now with the added challenges of global warming. Whether they’re dealing with the mischievous kids from the rival camp or fending off swarms of gigantic disease-carrying mosquitoes biting their faces off, this is one climate change comedy you won’t want to miss!
(R, 102 mins)
The apes have finished taking over the world and all they want now is some good eggs benny. (PG-13, 116 mins)
With his parents long dead and his brother in a group home, it’s just two…
Sharks Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, and Mark Cuban wait for the next entrepreneur.
ANNOUNCER: Next into the tank is a maker with a brand new concept for sentient organic matter!
GOD: Hi Sharks, my name is God, and I’m an omnipotent, celestial, creator-deity with over 10 billion years of experience making stuff. For the longest time, the universe has just been a bunch of hydrogen, helium, and rocks. Until now. …
Ten years after the sinking of the RMS Titanic, Rose Dawson and her new jazz saxophonist boyfriend, Tito, are on their way to Europe to tour with his band when their steamship hits, you guessed it, an iceberg. Will they find a piece of debris big enough for two this time? Stick around for three and a half hours to find out! (PG-13, 208 mins)
Though not a spawn of the devil, Rosemary’s second baby is still kind of a brat. After graduating with a philosophy degree from Brown, he and his girlfriend Piper move out to California to “do…
2. Hates going out in public with you.
3. Is cuddling with you one minute, then the next minute they’re hissing at you for something that apparently rubbed them the wrong way.
4. Occasionally throws up all over the floor of your apartment at 3 in the morning.
5. Demands to see you and then leaves the second their needs are satisfied.
6. Refuses to interact with your friends and instead spends the entire time staring at the wall.
7. Hides things from you that, by the time you discover them, it will be…
With the recent release of The Irishman, people are once again discussing America’s favorite hot-button subject, Robert De Niro. So let me just remind folks one last time: Robert De Niro is a myth.
Movie directors first started talking about Robert De Niro in the early 1970’s. By the mid-1980’s, several mainstream directors were claiming to have cast Robert De Niro in their movies, including Francis Ford Coppola, Sergio Leone, and Terry Gilliam. Since then, the lie that Robert De Niro exists has continued to spread, starting in avid movie-going circles and eventually making its way to the general public…
Carlos is an engineer, writer, and occasional Bruno Mars impersonator based in Boston. He’s also the editor of the satirical news blog and sketch show RF News