Posts by Ryan Koch

10 Memorable Summertime Movies

Stroll down movie memory lane as Ryan Koch looks back at his favorite summer-themed films.

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The Increasingly Good Reasons to Watch ‘The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret’

Ryan Koch reviews season one of David Cross’ television creation and explains why anyone nostalgic for Arrested Development or old style British comedy ought to be tuning in.

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Community and NBC ‘Taking a Break’?

Ryan Koch explains his dismay that Community seems destined for cancelation.

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Review: ‘A Dangerous Method’

David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method is a fascinating character study that examines the early days of psychoanalysis. Ryan Koch has the review.

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What’s Next For Jim Carrey?

In light of Jim Carrey's recent video declaring his love for Emma Stone, Ryan Koch takes a look at the current state of Carrey's career and where it could be headed.

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Review: ’30 Minutes or Less’ Provides Less than a Half Hour of Comedy

Your opinion of 30 Minutes or Less may depend on your expectations, Ryan Koch says in his review.

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Worst Movie Taglines

Ryan Koch has had it with movie taglines. He shares with us some of the worst, and hopes to eliminate them altogether.

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The Best Journalism Movies of Each Decade

With a new documentary on the New York Times out in theaters, Ryan Koch looks at the best journalism movies from each decade.

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Woody Allen: 42 Films and Going Strong

At age 75, Woody Allen has just completed his 42nd movie Midnight in Paris, and it's receiving rave reviews. While he's received criticism for some of his work in recent years, Ryan Koch expresses admiration for the acclaimed filmmaker, and says he's still producing great films.

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Interview: Jeff Bergman of ‘The Looney Tunes Show’

The Looney Tunes franchise officially gets rebooted tonight with new episodes of The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network. In an exclusive interview, Ryan Koch spoke with Jeff Bergman, the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Tweety Bird, and Foghorn Leghorn.

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Review: Morgan Spurlock’s ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’

Morgan Spurlock's new film POM Wonderful Presents the Greatest Movie Ever Sold offers a unique concept about consumerism in our modern media, but ultimately it's unfocused, says Ryan Koch.

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Nicolas Cage Arrest is in Character

Just a month ago Ryan Koch wrote about how Nicolas Cage could get his career back on track. After being arrested in New Orleans for domestic abuse and disturbing the peace, Koch says it was simply a result of Cage trying to stay in character.

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Review: ‘Your Highness’ Goes Low

David Gordon Green's Your Highness provides some lessons in modern day cinema, says Ryan Koch. That is, Danny McBride isn't much a screenwriter, Green hasn't found his stride as a director, and Justin Theroux can outshine a cast the includes Natalie Portman, James Franco, McBride, and Zooey Deschanel.

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Marriage Imitates Art, or does Art Imitate Marriage?

Ryan Koch asks the question in the headline through his review of Certified Copy starring Oscar winner Juliette Binoche and William Shimell.

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Getting Nicolas Cage Back on Track

Nicolas Cage's career has gone off the rails, and Ryan Koch is here to try and make it right again.

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