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Our favorite musical holiday cheer

Published Dec. 15, 2013

Beyond all the holiday pap blaring from department store speakers at this time of year, there really is some good - OK, maybe more fun than good - holiday musical cheer to be had. Here are some of our favorites.


"Grown Ups 2" somehow finds a new low for Sandler and company

Published July 14, 2013

I have a habit of perhaps getting a bit long-winded with some of my reviews (if I'm going to say someone's million-dollar creation is or is not worth $10 and two hours of your time, however, I feel the need to explain myself in full). So let me put my feelings toward "Grown Ups 2" as clearly and as upfront as possible. Don't. See. This. Movie.


You are cordially invited to the five best movie weddings

Published April 23, 2013

While the big climactic wedding has become the romantic comedy cliché to end all clichés, some films have still managed to turn marital vows into movie magic. In honor of this weekend's "The Big Wedding," here are five cinematic weddings that are worth getting down on one knee and spending the rest of your life with - or at least a quiet Saturday night.


Hold off on a visit to "Hotel Transylvania"

Published Sept. 28, 2012

I don't think it's unfair to be hesitant when Adam Sandler's name is attached to a movie these days. "Hotel Transylvania," however, was kind of a combo-buster. Overcoming any of Sandler's potential influence must have been a lot of work, though, since the resulting movie barely clocked in above average.

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Rev. Ron reviews "Grown Ups 2"

The first Grown Ups film was one of the most uncomfortable movies I've ever sat through. The movie was never funny and the impression I got from watching Adam Sandler's lackeys was, despite the rumor that they are all friends in real life, they absolutely hated being around each other. Every sing...

Versatility Pays Peanuts

Tuesday May 7th, 2013 – Lake Zurich, IL    Versatility in the entertainment business can be a two edged sword. On one hand, it can allow a performer to have the luxury of more than one option to receive a paycheck. On the other, there’s a “jack of all trades, master...

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