The era of silent films was ending but Chaplin made this film despite the changing business. Like the main character in Modern Times Chaplin was rebelling against the new technology and they way it would change the world.
The chaos continues with Clark trying to light his home with 250 strings of lights while fighting to keep the Christmas spirit. In the end it’s guaranteed to be another Griswold experience all the way.
There are moments when we all say things like “I wish they were dead” or “I could just kill them”. Horrible Bosses shows us what happens when words become actions.
I don’t have a lot to say except that I really enjoyed the trip down memory lane. The film kept just enough of the originals in it to be loyal to the beginnings of the Muppets.
When you take a male model at the end of his career and brainwash him into killing the Prime Minister of Malaysia you might not expect laughs. This film defies expectation when it takes this premise and makes it a comedy.
The Change-Up Directed by David Dobkin Starring: Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Leslie Mann, Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin Imagine Freaky Friday meets American
From Arrested Development to The Kingdom Jason Bateman has proven to be pretty versatile. Now comes The Switch starring Bateman opposite Jennifer Aniston in this comedy with a hint of romance. The movie was released in the summer of 2010 to mixed reviews and only recently did I get around to watching it. In the end I was pleasantly surprised.