The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel is director Wes Anderson’s latest feature film in his critically-acclaimed repertoire. The film stars Ralph Fiennes (Schindler’s List, The English Patient) as Gustave H., the concierge Continue Reading →

Peyton Manning 4 PREZ

Unlike the current POTUS, Peyton Manning can handle pressure and make believers out of even his most critical critics. After passing for a record seven touchdowns in a blowout win Continue Reading →

Robert Downey Jr. does an HTC commercial for some reason

I’m not really sure why he did this, but Robert Downey, Jr. decided to do a somewhat bizarre commercial for HTC. He plays himself…or Tony Stark…or maybe just himself. I Continue Reading →

Must Watch Videos: Veep’s Tony Hale Practices Emmy Speech (& Loser Face)

As I’ve mentioned before, I think that the guys over at What’s Trending are hilarious. We’ve also made it clear that we’re pretty big fans of Arrested Development here at Continue Reading →

“A Shore Thing” by Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: A Critical Analysis, Part I

Much to the surprise of everyone ever, it turns out that Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi of Jersey Shore fame is actually not illiterate. In fact, she’s a published author with three Continue Reading →

The 2013 NBA Draft: The Iowa Caucus of the Sports World

At 22, I have many friends who are settling down and embracing their future.  Some are married, while others exist in a state where they might as well just get Continue Reading →

Avengers Report: How will Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. compare to the Avengers?

In some ways, the very premise of this article is an unfair one. Comparing the upcoming TV show Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to The Avengers is a tough thing to do Continue Reading →

Double Dribble: Tony Parker’s Thought Process

There has been a lot of chatter recently about Tony Parker allegedly double dribbling before hitting a jumper that sealed game one. Obviously Heat fans will say he double dribbled Continue Reading →

NBA Finals Game 7: Heat “Fans” File Out of American Airlines Arena Following 27-24 First Quarter Deficit (Satire)

Following Tony Parker’s driving lay-up that ended the 1st quarter of game 7–giving the Spurs a tenuous three point lead–the “fans” at American Airlines Arena headed en masse for the Continue Reading →

Arrested Development – Season 4: A Review

Prior to watching the long anticipated 4th season of Arrested Development (now available for streaming on Netflix), I had convinced myself that I would either love it or hate it. Continue Reading →