Movies are supposed to move you. To make you feel emotionally attached to them, no matter the genre. And Segel, Stoller and Bobin’s vision of The Muppets does just that. You will be smiling throughout, and you’ll be smiling long after it’s over. It really is one of the best films of the year.
Articles By: George 'El Guapo' Roush
How do the scares measure up in Paranormal Activity 3? George “El Guapo” Roush provides a real-time review of the prequel to the prequel to the sequel. (Some scares are revealed herein.)
This “ring the bell” review is Real Steel, the true story of one man’s journey to forgiveness with his forgotten son and the trials and tribulations he goes through to reconnect with him. Feels like I’m missing something here. Naw, I just saw it, so I’m pretty sure I’m on the money with this synopsis.
If you haven’t read the book, I have a feeling you’re going to feel cheated. Actually, you’re going to feel cheated if you did read the book. More care should have been spent on scenes that actually matter with regard to character arc instead of scenes where the characters stand around and do nothing.
George ‘El Guapo’ Roush tries to fight deja vu while coming to terms with The Hangover Part II.
George ‘El Guapo’ Roush unleashes the power of his Mighty Snark on the latest Marvel Comics character to hit the big screen, THOR.
George ‘El Guapo’ Roush somehow survives the massacre that is Battle: Los Angeles and lives to write about it.
For the latest Farrelly Brothers magnum opus, Hall Pass, two out of three great acts, an interesting premise and awesome hooters makes this one passable in the eyes of El Guapo.
George ‘El Guapo’ Roush takes on The Mechanic and deals with his own personal inadequacies in the process.