SDFF 2014 Review: ‘Laggies’ is Uncomfortably Genuine, Funny, and Simple

Lagies SDFF 2014 Movie Review

It’s been said that your twenties are about self-discovery as well as finding your people and place in the world. That’s pretty overwhelming if you think about it: placing the fate of your existence on a single decade of your life. Embarking on an adventure to punch existentialism in the face, Laggies fails to push past conventional storytelling, but does so with a very delightful cast and off-the-wall attitude. Continue reading

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Official ‘Men, Women & Children’ Trailer Seeks a Connection (81 Screenshots)

Men Women and Children Official Trailer

How little do we know about the people that we know? Has technology destroyed the way we act with one another? In Jason Reitman’s new film, Men, Women & Children, takes a somber look at the way we connect with one another, or how we aren’t connecting. Watch the new full-length trailer after the break. Continue reading

‘Men, Women & Children’ Teaser Paints a Melancholy Look at Technology (48 Screenshots)

Men Women and Children Teaser Trailer

Technology has run rampant in our everyday lives, and director Jason Reitman wants you to know about it in his big ensemble adaptation of Men, Women & Children. From cell phones to home computers, it’s pretty difficult to breakaway from our interactive light screens. How has the digital age affected human interaction? Watch the trailer after the break and see for yourself. Continue reading