Netflix might be the future. The revolutionary little service that allows you to stream movies and television dang near anywhere --including your smart phone and tablet-- has grown by leaps and bounds since its mail-order rental days.
In the old days, news papers used to print something called the "Crix Picks", similar to what Rotten Tomatoes does. But when the blockbuster movie was born in the 1970's, everything changed. They ditched the "Crix" and started printing the Box Office Top 10, as is the standard today.
Get ready geeks, because this flick is bonkers! It's utterly bonkers from start to finish, but in the best possible way. Going into this movie with no knowledge of the graphic novel series it's based on, I had no expectations. Luckily, I did have a childhood filled with countless hours of Nintendo under my belt.
What happens when the director of Forty Year Old Virgin (Judd Apatow), the creator of Ghost Busters (Harold Ramis) and some of the world's most talented comedic actors (Jack Black, Michael Cera) get together and make a movie? Well, let's just say not exactly what you'd expect.