Posts Tagged ‘Matthew Broderick’

Juno And The Restless Virgins

Posted 10 Jun 2011 — by contributor
Category Film Reviews, Movies I Got

By Stuart Nachbar

Juno, USA, 2007 Ellen Page's charm offensive nails adolescent trauma in this new pregnancy comedy JUNO.

Directed by Jason Reitman

Since I wrote a novel based around sex education, I’ve tried to pay attention to other books and movies that do the same. I reviewed Tom Perrotta’s The Abstinence Teacher, which I thoroughly enjoyed. This time, I’m reviewing Juno, a movie I enjoyed so much I saw it twice, the first time with my wife, the second time alone, so I could take a more insightful look at the story.

Juno is the story of a pregnant teenager who is trying to make sense of her difficult circumstances. Ellen Page, who plays Juno, makes the movie. She’s not only funny, but she appears wise without taking things too seriously. Juno is the geeky guy’s best friend, someone you can talk to, jam with, but you’d forget she was a girl unless she reminded you – and that’s how she gets pregnant. She reminded the cheese on her macaroni, before he ever knew he was. Read More

25 Year Anniversary Release of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Posted 08 Jun 2011 — by Nicole P
Category Essay, Film Industry News

By Rachel Menendez Any eighties kid is going to be excited, and perhaps a little shocked, to learn that August 2nd sees the release of the 25 year anniversary Blu-Ray and DVD version of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Any eighties kid is going to be excited, and perhaps a little shocked, to learn that August 2nd sees the release of the 25 year anniversary Blu-Ray and DVD version of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

It is hard to believe that it is 25 years since writer/director John Hughes gave us Ferris Bueller. To celebrate the occasion Paramount is releasing an anniversary version.

The anniversary version features special packaging and graphics as well as in-depth bonus material and features to take viewers behind the scenes and get a whole new perspective on this eighties classic.

The charming comedy centers around Matthew Broderick as a high school student and his girlfriend Sloane (Mia Sara) and best bud Cameron (Alan Ruck), who ditch school to enjoy one perfect day as a kid with no responsibilities. The audience strap themselves in to enjoy Ferris’ wild adventures in the Windy City during a single, glorious day off. Read More