John’s Reviews

John’s Review of Taika Waititi’s Potentially Nonsensical Thor 4

Despite working at a summer camp with limited access to the internet, I yet again managed to spoil the ending of this movie for myself. But some people are smart and don’t do that. So, as always, I will clearly mark when I start spoiling the movie. Thor: Love and Thunder stars Christopher Hemsworth, Natalie … Continue reading John’s Review of Taika Waititi’s Potentially Nonsensical Thor 4

John’s Review of Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

I will clearly mark when I begin to spoil both of these movies with very long titles, because I think these should both be seen. One in particular, because I think both of these movies tackle similar themes, and one does a much better job of it. But they’re both fun to watch, so I … Continue reading John’s Review of Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

It’s Time To Review Morbius!

No spoilers for the movie Morbius will be covered in this post. No purposeful spoilers, at least. I want people to experience this without knowing anything going in. Morbius(2022) stars Jared Leto, Adria Arjona, Michael Keaton, Matt Smith, Jared Harris, and Tyrese Gibson. It was directed by Daniel Espinosa, and the screenplay was written by … Continue reading It’s Time To Review Morbius!

Ruddtrospective #19: Tiny Justice

Spoilers for the movie Ant-Man! I’m finally covering one of the Marvel movies! Although if you’re reading this you’ve probably seen it already. Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Corey Stoll, Michael Peña, David Dastmalchian, T.I., Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer, and Abby Ryder Fortson. The cast also features Anthony Mackie, Hayley Atwell, John … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #19: Tiny Justice

I Rewatched Space Jam: A New Legacy And This Is The Full Review!

Full spoilers for this full review of this bad movie that I love! About five months ago I attempted to rewatch my favorite/least favorite movie, Space Jam: A New Legacy. My plan was to provide 115 thoughts I had while watching it, because this movie is 115 minutes long. But the awesomeness that is this … Continue reading I Rewatched Space Jam: A New Legacy And This Is The Full Review!

Ruddtrospective #18: Road Trippin’/Road Paintin’

Spoilers for Overnight Delivery, a movie you haven’t seen and shouldn’t see because it’s terrible and weird and no. Also spoilers for Prince Avalanche, a movie that I kind of would encourage you to see. Overnight Delivery(1998) stars Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Christine Taylor, Sarah Silverman, and Larry Drake. Paul Rudd plays Wyatt Trips, a … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #18: Road Trippin’/Road Paintin’

Ruddtrospective #17: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Three

Spoilers for the movie This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s second depressing movie about being forty years old. This Is 40(2012) stars Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Maude Apatow, Iris Apatow, Jason Segel, Chris O’Dowd, Robert Smigel, Annie Mumolo, Megan Fox, Charlyne Yi, Albert Brooks, John Lithgow, and Melissa McCarthy. It was written and directed by Judd … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #17: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Three

Ruddtrospective #16: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Two

Spoilers for Knocked Up and the Paul Rudd/Seth Rogen Super Bowl Lay’s commercial. You probably already know that I like this movie, so I’ll just say that now too. Knocked Up(2007) stars Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl, Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segel, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Martin Starr, Charlyne Yi, Maude Apatow, and Iris Apatow. … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #16: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Two

Ruddtrospective #14: A Schmuck Reviews A Movie About Schmucks

Spoilers for Dinner For Schmucks. But what do you care? You haven’t seen it. Most people haven’t. It got horrible reviews. Dinner For Schmucks stars Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis, Jemaine Clement, Stephanie Szostak, Bruce Greenwood, Lucy Punch, David Walliams, Ron Livingston, Larry Wilmore, Kristen Schaal, Andrea Savage, Nick Kroll, Randall Park, Chris O’Dowd, … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #14: A Schmuck Reviews A Movie About Schmucks

Super-Ranking the Comic Book Movies and TV shows of 2021

Spoilers for everything in the ranking except for Thunder Force, Y: The Last Man, M.O.D.O.K., Hit-Monkey, Sweet Tooth, and all the CW and HBO Max DC shows released this year. I’m not going to talk about those because I haven’t seen them. I’m probably forgetting some other things I haven’t seen. I try to keep … Continue reading Super-Ranking the Comic Book Movies and TV shows of 2021

I Rewatched The First Half Of Space Jam: A New Legacy And I May Never Recover

Obviously spoilers for this horrible movie that I love. Two months ago now I sat down to review Space Jam: A New Legacy. My plan was to write a thought down for every minute of the film, which has a runtime of 115 minutes. But I couldn’t do it. I got halfway through and it … Continue reading I Rewatched The First Half Of Space Jam: A New Legacy And I May Never Recover

Ruddtrospective #3: Rock And Roll All Night And Part Of Every Day

Full spoilers for the movie Role Models(2008), including all my favorite jokes; the plot isn’t that intricate and you’ll still be able to enjoy this despite spoilers This is one of my all-time favorite movies, and probably my favorite Paul Rudd movie? It’s definitely up there. It’s very funny, in my opinion. Paul Rudd has … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #3: Rock And Roll All Night And Part Of Every Day

John’s Review Of Marvel’s Eternals And Why It’s Not As Bad As People Say

I’m going to try my best not to spoil this movie but there are no guarantees. Most of what I am going to mention will be things I knew going in to the movie, which might sound like a spoiler. But that’s only because I’m a freak and I research these things too much. Enjoy! … Continue reading John’s Review Of Marvel’s Eternals And Why It’s Not As Bad As People Say

Why Pitch Perfect and Monsters University are the Same Movie: A Contemplation

This is something I’ve wanted to write about for some time now, as it’s a very clear comparison that not many people have made. At least, from what I can tell. But when I’ve told people this, I’ve been mocked and ridiculed. People think that I’m not serious just because I’m comparing two seemingly different … Continue reading Why Pitch Perfect and Monsters University are the Same Movie: A Contemplation