Mike Finkelstein is wondering what it would be like to spend a day with Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. Would it be relaxing? Would it be crazy? Would it be everything he ever dreamed it could be? One day, he went to the movies to find out...suddenly, Mike is a little scared to hang out with Walken and Pacino. Here is his review for “Stand Up Guys”.
Mike Finkelstein wants to be a cowboy. Sadly, he is not a cowboy. But then, one day, some random, skeevy looking place gives him the chance to make him think he’s a cowboy. Instead of working, though, the process really, really, really messes with his mind, and now, he looks like Jack Nicholson at the end of One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest. Next time, maybe he’ll just go to the movies. Here is his review of “Total Recall”.
Mike Finkelstein just saw the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy. He was so excited, he decided to run through lower Manhattan in his Batman pajamas. Adam West soon joined him. Here is his review of “The Dark Knight Rises”.
Mike Finkelstein is psychic. You pick a card, any card, and he will tell you what it is! Okay…is it the…four of spades?! No?? Um…six of hearts! No…Okay, okay, one more guess! Queen of clubs!!! NO?!?! Damnit…Fine…While he tries to work out his psychic kinks, here is his review for “Red Lights”.
Mike Finkelstein just got bit by a spider. Suddenly, his vision and strength seem to be improving tenfold, and he is able to sense all these dangers from around him. Or maybe all of that is just a hallucination from the poison slowly seeping through his veins. Damn spiders…Here is his review of “The Amazing Spider-Man”.
Mike Finkelstein is the newest stripper at his local Jewish strip club, “Big Noses N’ All”. He never had a lesson in his life, so he decided to go to the movies for inspiration. Sadly, no one did any dances to “Hava Nagila”. Here is his review for “Magic Mike”.
Mike Finkelstein wants to be a pretty, pretty princess. He wants all the boys of the kingdom to fawn over him and fight for his hand. Sadly, he soon woke up from his dream and realized he still lived somewhere around New York City…eh well. He’ll just have to live out his thoughts on the movie screen. Here is his review for “Brave”.
Mike Finkelstein is terrified about the end of the world. He’s wondering how things will work out if we all knew that everything was going to end. However, instead of watching some Michael Bay movies to brush up on the subject (Bruce Willis got out of the oil drilling business years ago), he decided to aim for something a little more…human. Here is his review of “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”.
Mike Finkelstein is a vampire. (You couldnâ€™t tell by his white skin?) He went through some bad stuff back in the 1700s thanks to an old flame, but now that heâ€™s awoken in 2012, he thinks he should get used to the times. To prepare, he went to the movies and after accusing the theater owners of witchcraft, he sat down and watched a new Tim Burton film. Here is his review of â€œDark Shadowsâ€.
Mike Finkelstein is madly in love with his fiance. But then, she got offered a job across the country, and now the two are trying to figure out how to make things work. For some advice, Mike went to the movies. That probably wasn't the smartest idea. Here is his review of The Five Year Engagement
Mike Finkelstein was in the holiday spirit and wanted to visit some old friends. He was also in the mood for White Castle. He figured heÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢d put both together, and go see a little ridiculous movie about those guys who had the munchies so many years ago. (Who knew Santa delivered joints?!) Here is his review of ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…â€œA Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas.ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â