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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Chef’

Film: Chef
Directed By: Jon Favreau
Starring: Jon Favreau, John Leguizamo, Sofia Vergara, Scarlett Johansson

Driving home from my screening of Chef, I briefly considered writing one of those fun little reviews filled with more cheesy food puns than you can shake a drumstick at. I could knock it out in 15 minutes. You’d chuckle a few times. And we’d all go home happy. But you know what? You’re not going to get that here. Rotten Tomatoes tells me there are plenty of other sites for that anyway.

Instead, I’m just going to be honest. I’ve had a shitty …

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Movie Review: Fading Gigolo

Film: Fading Gigolo
Directed by: John Turturro
Starring: John Turturro, Woody Allen

Two cash-strapped friends toeing the line with their golden years find new income thanks to the world’s oldest profession in John Turturro’s Fading Gigolo.

It all sounds so simple at first. Murray, the aging owner of a bookstore that is currently going out of business, is asked by a female friend whether or not he knew any men she could hire to fulfill a sexual fantasy. Without a second thought, Murray recommends his close acquaintance Fioravante, and a few short conversations later the pair are preparing for …

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‘Chef’ Trailer: Jon Favreau And Company Cook Up Heart-Warming Comedy

Jon Favreau has developed a knack for big budget entertainment in recent years, but for his latest film he’s scaling things back and returning to the storytelling roots that made him a household name.

Chef, which debuted at SXSW, was written and directed by Favreau. He also happens to star in the film, alongside an immediately lovable cast that includes Robert Downey, Jr., Sofia Vergara, John Leguizamo, Bobby Cannavale, Dustin Hoffman, Oliver Platt,and Scarlett Johansson. The film tells the story of a man who realizes the importance of creative integrity and flees the security of a high-profile career in …

Film Review New Year's Eve

HOW BAD IS IT?! “New Year’s Eve”

Head of the UTG film department and mastermind behind Reasonable Remakes, Justin Proper has brought us another new edition of his no-holds-barred column. Ladies and gentleman, allow us to introduce you to: How Bad Is It?

Once a year the entire world sets aside their differences and comes together. For that one night, everything is put on hold as everyone looks towards the new year with hope for the future. People forget about their debt, their classes, and about all the stress in their life just to relax for a few hours and celebrate a new beginning. Sure, two days …