Everyday I Write the Book (And It Sucks): The Words Reviewed

the words

Movies & Television
Sometimes, things get lost in the shuffle around here. The Words, a romantic drama with an alleged literary pedigree, opened two weeks ago, and critic Saundra Sorenson wrote this dire warning for anyone thinking a movie featuring Bradley Cooper as a embattled plagiarizer might be worth plunking down money to see. Unfortunately, while her truncated review has appeared in print, the full review has gone ...   More
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 SAUNDRA SORENSON

Pill Street Blues: Limitless Reviewed


Movies & Television
Bradley Cooper's post-Hangover energy burst wasn't screened by WW press deadlines, but we took our medicine anyway. It wasn't so bad.LimitlessWW Critic's Score: 71Limitless is a Hollywood writer's fantasy—you can tell because as soon as the hero (Bradley Cooper) gains extraordinary powers, he quits being a writer. But of course the director has the last word: While Leslie Dixon's script is often ...   More
Thursday, March 17, 2011 AARON MESH

Overkill is Underrated: The A-Team Reviewed

So they made The A-Team into a movie, and they didn't screen that movie for critics until after our press deadlines, and then we didn't get around to reviewing it until just now (more accurately, the senior editors got distracted by a foosball table), and so by now you've probably already seen it twice and this review is of no use to you, thanks very much. But here it is: The A-Team WW Critic's ...   More
Friday, June 11, 2010


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