Category: Reviews, Reviews, Reviews

Here It Is, the Greatest Movie Trailer I Have Ever Seen.

Here It Is, the Greatest Movie Trailer I Have Ever Seen.

| July 11, 2010 | 5 Replies

Men, are you sick and tired of wussified chick flicks and metrosexual leading men? Does the flood of glittery vampires from Hollywood cause the bile to rise in your throat? Has the Oprahfication of our culture left you craving real entertainment red meat, with explosions and scenery-chewing villans and hot women and heroes who toss […]

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This is No Good, No Smurfing Good At All.

This is No Good, No Smurfing Good At All.

| July 5, 2010 | 2 Replies

Hollywood, I’m warning you. Don’t you do this. Don’t you dare do this. I realize I can’t stop you from releasing this theatrical assault on the childhoods of millions of good Americans, this Gulf Oil Spill of cultural ruination you are about to visit on the pelicans and little baby turtles that we call our […]

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More Aslan, More Better!

More Aslan, More Better!

| June 17, 2010 | 4 Replies

Gird your loins, Narnia fans. The trailer for the next movie in C.S. Lewis’ wonderful world is out and it looks pretty good. Off-screen are the two eldest Pevensie kids and in is a new cousin (this will be no shock to you Lewis aficionados). You won’t get any large-scale battle scenes, but there looks to […]

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The Delivery Presents – Lost, In My Eyes.

The Delivery Presents – Lost, In My Eyes.

| May 26, 2010 | 1 Reply

I decided to run the whole show solo this week, which means that Episode 40 is freewheeling and just a little bit ranty. I do think I got the balance between bloviation and entertainment balanced well enough, though. The chatroom folks seemed to like how it came off. I think we’ve come up with a […]

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At Least I Saw the Happy Soap Opera Ending!

At Least I Saw the Happy Soap Opera Ending!

| May 24, 2010 | 3 Replies

You might have heard this morning that there was a television event last night of some cultural significance. Heck, you’re probably hearing about it today around the office or from your e-mail or Twitter accounts. You’ll be hearing about it at least through the week as folks continue to analyze the cultural impact of Lost, […]

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I Sing the Birds Cinematic

I Sing the Birds Cinematic

| May 9, 2010 | 2 Replies

There is a right way and a wrong way to look at birds. This is the wrong way. Apparently, this Godawful waste of celluloid has become a minor cult hit, for reasons I can not fathom. I know from good cult movies and this one doesn’t come close to qualifying. It has no redeeming feature, […]

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The Delivery Presents – Release the Filibusterer in Chief!

The Delivery Presents – Release the Filibusterer in Chief!

| April 7, 2010 | 1 Reply

Episode 33? Done in a bun, folks. I decided on another solo show this week, mostly because other parts of my life demanded more time than usual and I didn’t have much time to devote to lining up a guest or two. It’s the way it goes sometimes, but I think the show is a […]

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Tom Hanks’ Unnecessary Slander

Tom Hanks’ Unnecessary Slander

| March 12, 2010 | 7 Replies

Tom Hanks put himself squarely in the bullseye of many a blogger this week with this interview in Time magazine. For most of the interview he was pretty much what I’ve known him to be, a humble and intelligent man who is trying to preserve a part of our history eroded by age. His work […]

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The “I’m on a horse” Guy is Pretty Funny

The “I’m on a horse” Guy is Pretty Funny

| March 11, 2010 | 1 Reply

Why yes. Yes this is a link to the Ellen DeGeneris show, why do you ask? She interviewed the actor from the Old Spice “I’m on a horse!” commercial and it’s funny. Don’t judge me! At some point, the person or people who wrote that commercial will get some credit. Yes, Isaiah Mustafa does a […]

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The Delivery Presents: Muir on Cartooning and Haney on Hollywood

The Delivery Presents: Muir on Cartooning and Haney on Hollywood

| March 10, 2010 | Reply

Episode 28 of The Delivery is now plated and ready for you to dig right in.  I tried something a little bit new this week – having a guest in each half of the show. Chris Muir anchors the first half and Kimberly Haney comes in for the second. I enjoyed myself so much that I […]

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