The highly anticipated return of the cult classic leaves our reviewer feeling lukewarm and yet hopeful.
Blast talks to the leads in the latest indie style comedy
Don't expect much more than what you see in the trailers.
We want more Bluths and Serenity!
Well, Blast readers, we have 10 passes for "Year One" to give away, but this time, we're going to make you work for them. Submit the biblical story you would most like to see brought to the big screen -- and...
I think I just blue myself.
The biggest problem with "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist" is that it stays well within the bounds of a normal teen rom-com. It doesn't go above and beyond, nor does it fail in creating a cutesy teen movie. It just was alright. The movie had the potential to be really great, even original, but settled with just being good.