Tag: Raunchy

Movie Review: The To Do List

IMDB, The To Do List“The To Do List” on IMDB

Comedy, 104 Minutes, 2013

For some reason I’m finding it very difficult to write this review. My computer is ready to go (in other words, Minecraft isn’t running). I’ve got a cold beverage (water). I’ve got some good writing music playing (Queen’s “A Night at the Opera”). I’ve got my review pants on (which is to say, I’ve got no pants on).


Movie Review: We’re the Millers

IMDB, We're the Millers“We’re the Millers” on IMDB

Action, 131 Minutes, 2013

Both Jason Sudeikis [IMDB] and Jennifer Aniston [IMDB] can be hit or miss. Aniston, particularly, is known for making many perfectly average – and perfectly bland – comedies. Harmless enough, true, but nothing special. Going in to this, therefore, I was hoping for nothing more than a decent time-waster and a few chuckles. Instead, I’ll happily admit, this ended up being pretty damn hilarious.


Movie Review: Ted

“Ted” on IMDB

Fantasy,  106 Minutes, 2012

This is a funny movie.  Funny in that old “a teddy bear just said ‘fuck’ and mimed fellatio!” way.  There’s also some of that “a teddy bear just said ‘fuck’ and smoked some weed!” and a little “hey, a teddy bear just said ‘fuck’ and gave somebody the finger!” stuff.  So if you like any of those then you’ll probably like this.


Movie Review: The Babymakers

“The Babymakers” on IMDB

Comedy,  95 Minutes, 2012

The basic idea here is that this guy has been hit in the balls so much that his “sperm are bad” but he’d still like to impregnate his wife.  He remembers that he used to donate sperm all the time and tries to get retrieve some of that but he finds out his last batch has been sold and will be used soon!  So he collects his stereotypical group friends – the fat crazy one, the dumb one and black one – and plans a sperm heist.


Movie Review: A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas

“A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas” on IMDB

Comedy, 90 Minutes, 2011:

I entered into this with mixed feelings.  Having adored the outlandish abandon of the first installment I looked forward to the second… and absolutely hated it.  It felt forced and spiteful where the first was organic and hopeful.  It just didn’t gel for me for whatever reason.  I’m happy to announce that “A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas” is a fine return to form.