Sometimes movies are good, and sometimes movies are fun.
Let’s celebrate both.
Alisa throws down the gauntlet for efficient movie reviewing and her Top 4 Reasons to see this early-blooming summer stunner.
In the Trailer Park, we dissect, discuss, and otherwise call attention to trailers for upcoming films. Yeah, we know trailers are just effectively forms of marketing for the full product that is the feature film, but there’s still something to be learned from them all the same. TJ: OK, I’ll cop to having my eye…
Alisa makes a case for this Netflix flick you should definitely add to your queue.
TJ rewatched a favorite movie from his childhood. Did it hold up to what he remembered? Read on to find out!
Alisa and TJ break down the new Thor film, its place in the Marvel Studios canon, and where the stories go from here.
Roland Emmerich’s films are frequently derided as emptyheaded spectacle. TJ explains why this analysis is all wrong.
In our first forum post, the Drunk At The Movies Staff discusses their favorite instances of pop music used in a film.
Alisa’s first DATMovies review of Now You See Me: Predictable but entertaining, worth it for the cast alone.
TJ saw Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity over the weekend, and he’s still trying to catch his breath.
TJ O’Neill takes a look at Blade Runner‘s relationship between humanity and technology.