Associate Member of the Washington Area Film Critics Association, podcaster, and full-time entertainment consumer based out of Washington DC. Some of his attempts at writing and talking can found at his website (www.nerdpunchesnerd.com).
Posts by Jeremy Fogelman:
- Alan Partridge is a funny movie, even if it ends up mostly pointless
- Dom Hemingway is a great Jude Law character in a decent movie
- Draft Day is not the next great sports movie
- Audacious and astounding, Noah is an epic fantasy with depth
- Veronica Mars is great for the fans, but not as much for everyone else
- A stormy Survivor has started an exciting season
- Dallas Buyers Club on Blu-ray is worth watching, but not for the extras
- Winter’s Tale is a bewildering mess that’s mildly acceptable
- What was 2013 in Movies? It was great and not great.
- Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a perfectly average thriller
- The Words – Pretentious, but partially decent
- Lawless – An old fashioned punch in the face
- Louie – Searching for and finding Chloë Sevigny
- Premium Rush – Old school thrilling bicycle ride through the streets of Manhattan
- The Expendables 2 – An explosion that’s not as violent as you expect
- Louie – A father that causes vomiting
- Louie – The incongruous but meaningful cameos of Sarah Silverman and Marc Maron
- The Campaign – Heavy on laughs, light on meaning
- Celeste and Jesse Forever – Quirky romantic comedy that’s just okay
- Bob Hoskins retires – A farewell to a classic
- An exclusive with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack, writers of Celeste and Jesse Forever
- Louie – The strip club loved the guy
- Franklin & Bash – A bunch of flashbacks and a classic episode
- Louie – The thrilling conclusion to “Louis CK meets a nutty girl”
- The Watch – Unfunny and boring alien invasion comedy
- Franklin & Bash – Are dead plastic bodies art? Is art art?
- Louie – Time for a hilarious guest star/girlfriend!
- The Dark Knight Rises – Great movie, but not quite the greatest Batman movie
- Franklin & Bash – Can women fight on the front lines?
- Louie – A trip to the fake and the real Miami