Does Richard Linklater's latest film Everybody Wants Some have the potential to become a cult classic like its spiritual predecessor Dazed and Confused?
Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures want to send you and a guest to an advanced screening of Everybody Wants Some in Toronto (March 30th), Montreal (April 6th) or Ottawa (April 13th).
It's a terrible movie, but at least The Boy Next Door manages to be hilariously awful.
The Fast and the Furious franchise + the spirit of iconic choreographer Busby Berkeley + Josie and the Pussycats = Step Up All In.
This week at the video store we look at the winning animated adventure ParaNorman, the action blockbuster The Expendables 2, the dance-stravaganza Step Up Revolution, the crap-stravaganza The Apparition, and a pair of films that missed theatrical releases despite being directed by Joe Dante and Amy Heckerling.
Somehow the dance franchise Step Up has made it to four movies. Don’t ask how, it’s not worth the inevitable brain strain that would go along with trying to answer such a question. Dance movies have somehow become a viable genre once again and we get a few per year. Step Up Revolution is just as ludicrously plotted and boasts the same brand of ridiculous dialogue that we’ve come to expect from the series, and yet it’s also easily one of the most watchable titles in the whole cycle.