Movie Review: The Hunger Games

By Kendyll Boucher Unless you live under a rock, or don’t pay any attention to popular culture, you’ve heard of The Hunger Gamestrilogy.  Chances are you’ve read the books, or at least heard your friends talk about them incessantly.  The hype surrounding the series grew exponentially last year when Lionsgate bought the rights to the trilogy…

Movie Review: Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

By Kendyll Boucher I have a broad sense of humor. While I love raunchy, dirty comedies like Superbad, I also crack up watching animated family films. The entire Shrek series puts me into hysterics. I’m pretty positive soda came out my nose the first time I heard Donkey tell Shrek that “they’ll stay up late telling manly stories,…

Movie Review: The Vow

By Kendyll Boucher Sometimes, I love a good cry.  For me, the best cries come from watching an unbelievably sad movie.  I’ve seenTitanic at least ten times, and I still get teary-eyed when I watch it.  I’ve seen every movie based on a Nicholas Sparks book, and sobbed hysterically during each one.  So as you can…

Are You In There, Chelsea Handler?

I am a huge Chelsea Handler fan.  I’ve read all of her books at least twice: My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One Night Stands, Are You There Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang, and Lies Chelsea Handler Told Me.  I regularly watch her talk show on the E! network, Chelsea Lately.  I’ve seen her…

Movie Review: Like Crazy

by Kendyll Boucher I wanted to love Like Crazy. I wanted to love it so badly. It seemed like my kind of movie—a heart wrenchingly romantic tale about two star-crossed lovers. It even stars one of my favorite actors, Anton Yelchin. I had seen the trailers on TV for a while, and I was anxiously awaiting its…

A 50/50 Review of “50/50”

by Kendyll Boucher A comedy about cancer has the potential to be disastrous. After all, millions of people suffer the horrors of the disease everyday. Everyone knows someone whose life has been affected by cancer- whether it is themselves, or a friend or family member. Chances are, their experience was not a positive one. Cancer…