America Ferrera

Todd Berger

One of our very favorite festival hits from last year, Todd Berger‘s side-splitting It’s A Disaster, is due to hit theaters (and VOD for all you shut-ins out there) in the next few weeks, so we’re pleased the production has debuted a new trailer. Berger’s film centers on the domestic catastrophe that is brunch amongst couple friends. Kidding. Well, sort of. Starring a large ensemble (including Julia Stiles, David Cross, America Ferrera, and many more), It’s A Disaster starts off with a tough enough situation – Stiles’ character is tasked with bringing her new paramour, played by Cross, to meet all of her friends at their traditional Sunday brunch – and then ratchets that up significantly. Oh, how significantly? Apocalyptic significantly. With an apparent worldwide disaster knocking on their front door (along with Berger himself, who makes an amusing cameo), the group must begin to deal with all kinds of fallout (emotional and possibly nuclear). It’s the funniest apocalyptic film you’ll see all year. After the break, ready your mimosas for the new It’s A Disaster trailer.


How to Train Your Dragon

Here we take a one dimensional view on the latest 3D film from Dreamworks Animation of which we saw only in two dimensions. The major lesson learned is that you apparently don’t need polarized glasses to tame a reptile.


Fat Guys at the Movies

Some sound gremlins invade the Magical Studio in the Sky as Neil prepares for drinking and partying at SXSW. Neil is also recovering from a bout with food poisoning while Kevin is recovering from seeing Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me (and Kevin insists he suffered more).



Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is the protagonist of How to Train Your Dragon. He’s the son of Viking King Stoick the Vast, chief of the Hairy Hooligans. But it’s hard to live up to his father’s expectations. Especially when you are faced with training the huge dragon in this photo.



Kevin and Neil attempt to discuss movies that might not even be right for them. Kevin insists he’s not a stoner, and Neil insists he’s not a teenage girl.


Boyfriends and husbands may need something to get them through it, but their girlfriends and wives are going to love this movie.


Ugly Betty gets her drink on in Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2

If you’re a girl, you’re probably looking forward to Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. If you’re a guy, you’re probably dreading your significant other dragging you to see this movie. If you can sneak in a can, a flask or a whole fifth, here’s a way to make the experience work better for you.


Girl Power in Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2

In general, I try to avoid any movie with the word “Sisterhood” in the title. Be it traveling pants or divine Ya-Ya secrets, the s-word in the title is a red flag to me that it will not be my cup of tea.



What’s so fresh about Anne Hathaway or Jessica Biel? C’mon Variety!

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