Still full of far too much filler and not enough actual content, last night’s Lip Sync Battle raised the bar a bit by pitting good friends Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt against each other. The two verbally sparred back and forth for most of the evening but Hathaway stole the night with her performance of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” (watch Blunt’s reaction in the background to her performance).
Yup, you read that right: It’s an hour and 15 minutes of nothing but The Dark Knight Rises discussion with your hosts Aaron & Alan, along with our pals Trevon McGee and Ian McFarland. Worry not, folks! It’s a wholly spoiler free discussion of Christopher Nolan’s last chapter in his Batman trilogy and as you might expect: There’s a whole mess of differing opinions, crude remarks at each others’ expense, and of course the lesson of love.
One Day is the type of movie that women are likely to enjoy far more than men. It has two likable stars, is less clumsy (in spots) than most romantic comedies, and wants desperately to be better on-screen than it is on the printed page. Sadly, the movie is nothing more, or less, than a romance novel put to screen.