Behold ladyrage given full candy-colored, sparkle-sprinkled voice in an ironically comical spectacle: Haha, isn’t this delightfully absurd? Or is it? This is kidding-not-kidding on celluloid.
Nostalgic without being mindlessly retro; a sweet, heartfelt girl-and-her-alien-robot-car action-adventure buddy dramedy that hits all the right notes. Hailee Steinfeld is terrific, and there’s not a whiff of Michael Bay to be found.
What if “monster trucks” actually meant — wait for it — that there were monsters in the trucks? From an idea by a four-year-old (really), and it shows.
Cute and sweet and will put you to sleep, like a diabetic coma, and then it will smack you awake with its relentlessly cheery vivid-pastel optimism.
Actual unretouched phrases that people plugged into search engines this week that led them to this site (with some commentary from me)…
If you have access to a 3D printer, you can download the instructions and make one for yourself.
The Cloverfield monster battles Transformers. Was I supposed to laugh at this? Cuz I did…
Should we get Judi Dench into a Fast & Furious movie? Ian McKellen into Alvin & the Chipmunks? Marion Cotillard into a Hangover flick? How about a new Rush Hour movie starring Will Smith and Doona Bae?
Stuff my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
Does it serve any purpose beyond tribal bonding? Has the Net era encouraged and amplified geek grudge-holding? Will fandom ever learn how to forgive and forget?