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Peyton Reed

Bring It On 2000

Bring It On 2000

    25 August 2000 (USA)

1h 38minReleased

5.9
IMDB: 5.9/10 73,366 votes

Bring It On is the sort of mindless fluff I would expect on the Disney channel to pass for "quality entertainment", but I doubt they would let the multitudinous cheesecake shots and phallic symbolism which permeate nearly every scene play on regular family television. It's no surprise that director Peyton Reed's (Down with Love, The Break-Up) previous work just so happens to be in made for TV movies, which might also explain the derivative nature and poor handling of scenes ...

Yes Man 2008

Yes Man 2008

     19 December 2008 (USA)

1h 44minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 284,119 votes

Audiences will say “yes” to this energized, easy-watching tale of an antisocial, bummed-out L.A. junior loan officer who is suckered into a rousing seminar of the “Power of Yes” movement and swallowed into its frenzied mantra of even saying “yes” to complete strangers and their dubious requests. As with all his best films, Jim Carrey, this generation’s Jerry Lewis, carries this one big-time. What sets apart both comedians from their peers is that it’s impossible to imagine anyone else in ...

The Break-Up 2006

The Break-Up 2006

     2 June 2006

1h 46min Released

5.8
IMDB: 5.8/10 106,376 votes

Would anyone really want to break up with Vince Vaughn? Honestly, how could you argue with the guy? To make matters worse, is his new movie "The Break Up" a snapshot of Vince and Jen's future reality? Real-life friends-with-benefits Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston star in "The Break Up," a movie about two people breaking up and the comedy that ensues. Okay, so what ensues wouldn't normally be funny, but when you have a stubborn asshole in the form of Vaughn ...

Ant-Man

Ant-Man

Ant-Man    17 Jul 2015

PG-13 117 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 358,276 votes

I remember talking to a friend in what would now be considered the early days of Marvel’s movie empire, and appreciating how clever the studio had been in grounding even the most ridiculous concepts. We were living in the era of gritty superheroes, I argued, and there was no way to buy into the idea of a buff outer space god and his magic hammer unless the movie was couched in some sort of pseudo-science. Thor, Iron Man, and other ...