Five Year Engagement: I laughed a lot, I cried a little bit and became even more obsessed with all of these actors (if that’s at all possible).
Go see it. You’ll be glad I suggested it.  

Five Year Engagement: I laughed a lot, I cried a little bit and became even more obsessed with all of these actors (if that’s at all possible).

Go see it. You’ll be glad I suggested it.  

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My brief review:
OMG so funny (although the juice boxes of wine we brought helped a little. I got a little giggly )
A couple of really really good celebrity cameos
Never Been Kissed except with cops and guys our age going back to high school
In my opinion, Emma Stone would have been really good as the female lead, although people would have viewed it as “Superbad 2” then. 
Go see it. 

My brief review:

  • OMG so funny (although the juice boxes of wine we brought helped a little. I got a little giggly )
  • A couple of really really good celebrity cameos
  • Never Been Kissed except with cops and guys our age going back to high school
  • In my opinion, Emma Stone would have been really good as the female lead, although people would have viewed it as “Superbad 2” then. 

Go see it. 

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Last night, Laura and I went to see Page One, the new documentary that shows a year at The New York Times and how the newspaper is surviving in a world where every other day someone is declaring the death of print media. 
While it may not be the most exciting film I go see this year, it definitely was one of the more riveting. The filmmakers did a really great job at giving you a “fly on the wall” view of what life is like at the New York Times and how they are adjusting to the digital world. I think the best line that I took away was “this is no longer a transition to digital, it’s now a revolution.” 
I highly recommend checking this movie out if you have any interest in the media industry. It’s currently in limited release, but according to this link it looks like it will be released to more theaters over the course of the summer.

Last night, Laura and I went to see Page One, the new documentary that shows a year at The New York Times and how the newspaper is surviving in a world where every other day someone is declaring the death of print media. 

While it may not be the most exciting film I go see this year, it definitely was one of the more riveting. The filmmakers did a really great job at giving you a “fly on the wall” view of what life is like at the New York Times and how they are adjusting to the digital world. I think the best line that I took away was “this is no longer a transition to digital, it’s now a revolution.” 

I highly recommend checking this movie out if you have any interest in the media industry. It’s currently in limited release, but according to this link it looks like it will be released to more theaters over the course of the summer.

jessicachu:

danhacker:
The theatrical poster for New York, I Love You

Who’s going to see this with me??

jessicachu:

danhacker:

The theatrical poster for New York, I Love You

Who’s going to see this with me??

Tags: Movies NYC