Welcome to the Moon Theater, located in an humanoid animal populated version of L.A., owned now by the koala Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey), and impresario that loves his job more than anything, and has dreamed of nothing but making audience happy since he was a kid. As for now, many years of questionable shows and low attendance has taken a toll on Buddy, but he does not want to give up his dream. His only two supporters are his secretary, Miss Crawly (Garth Jennings), an ancient alligator with a twitchy glass eye, and Eddie (John C. Reilly), a sheep whose family has been in the theater business for decades. Eddie’s a slacker, and lives in the family pool house. Read more...(592 words, 7 images, estimated 2:22 mins reading time)
This is most definitely one of the better chick flicks out there, and there are two sequels, so Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) must have been doing something right, but it was not always this way. So what does it make to get a fashion marketing major from L.A. to go to Harvard Law School? A chase and hunt to gain back the man she loves, or so she thinks.
Elle is a typical SoCal kind of girl, living the easy life with her parents in Beverly Hills, and being the president of her sorority chapter, Delta Nu, at C.U.C. L.A. and she is all set to take the next step. She has been dating Warner Huntington III (Matthew Davis), an East Coast preppie with his trust fund and dreams of running for the Senate. Only one thing is getting in his way of having that Harvard Law degree, and that is Elle. He wants a serious woman by his side, one that meets the standards of his blue-blood family, and he is ready to dump Elle to take his next step. After making a scene at a trendy L.A. bistro, and thinking her days with Warner are over, she makes a decision to follow her heart and her man, and applies to Harvard Law. After much studying and a very creative essay video, the old boys at Harvard like the idea of diversity, plus the fact that Elle is so cute, and decide to accept her. Read more...(527 words, 87 images, estimated 2:06 mins reading time)
Monsters have been underrated in the media lately, but Dreamworks sure know how to make sure we don’t forget about them. Monsters Vs. Aliens takes our favourite classic sci-fi cheese monsters from the 50s and 60s and brings them together to fight an equally cheesy alien and his army of clones before they can invade Earth. It all starts at a wedding in the town of Modesto, California back in what seems to be the early 80s. Susan Murphy’s (Reese Witherspoon) dream are about to come true as she is soon to be married to local TV weatherman, Derek Deitl (Paul Rudd) when a freak meteor storm hit the grounds of the church where they are about to take the vows. Susan is outside, fighting with a fit of cold feet, when she is hit by a mutagen-laced meteorite. She gets a bit scuffed up and dirty, but still looks okay, and her mother, Wendy Murphy (Julie White) comes out to get her. They go back into the church, and Susan is now ready to walk down the aisle, but as she does, she grows, and grows, rapidly, and soon, her head is hitting the ceiling of the chapel, and her guests are running in hysterics. Susan is frantic, not knowing what has happened, and she vows to Derek that she will find a way to fix things back to way they were. Fed forces come to the church, and tranq Susan, and she goes blank. Read more...(644 words, 75 images, estimated 2:35 mins reading time)