“Amy” – A Beautiful Soul and an Amazing Talent

Watching the documentary Amy reminded me how much time has passed since Amy Winehouse left us. Remember Amy Winehouse? For me she symbolized this golden moment in celebrity gossip culture where there was always something funny happening in the tabloids. In fact, the first time I heard her song “Rehab” was when it was posted on Perez…

Back in Business – SAN FRANCISCO DADDY

Hello everyone! I took a hiatus from blogging, and I am back online now. My second book, a mini memoir I named SAN FRANCISCO DADDY, is selling to raving reviews as ebook on Amazon. Check it out here. I released this book under the name CHARLES ST. ANTHONY—I was working as an Android app review…

Bye Bye, Chelsea

Though I hope she’s moving to Netflix, Chelsea is ending her show! I went to see her live in LA when Ross was on the round table, took my picture with Chuy and she even sent me this photo when I gave her a copy of my book (see pics below)! Good luck, Chelsea (and…

X-MEN: Richard Nixon Looks Really WEIRD

There’s a moment when Magneto circa 1974 flies an entire baseball stadium (presumably the Baltimore Orioles, I don’t think Washington DC had a team at that time), and smashes it around the White House which is hosting a bunch of reporters and President Richard Nixon. The actor looks only slightly like the historical Nixon; in…

Neighbors: Hysterical, Bro

I think Neighbors will be remembered as the high point of Seth Rogen’s career – I was scared to watch this, since I was afraid all the funny parts were in the trailer. I was pleasantly surprised to be laughing out loud, especially at some of the throw away one-liners by Sydney-born actress Rose Byrne…

The Other Woman: Movie to Check on GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT?

It’s silly fun, and if you wanna catch a movie before a girls’ night out, I think The Other Woman makes decent entertainment. The movie started out witty and strong, but sort of meandered the last half while pinching details from The First Wives’ Club and Mean Girls. Cameron Diaz plays the unwitting mistress who…

Transcendence: Movie Review

In the near future in San Francisco area, scientists are playing with the idea of singularity and nanotechnology. Johnny Depp stars as this scientist on the cusp of linking humanity and computers. Not everyone likes this idea, and some cyber terrorists shoot him with radioactive bullets. He doesn’t quite die, but his wife decides the…

Movie Review: Oculus or Ocul-ASS?

I like a good scare pic, and I think Oculus had high aspirations. You could tell the director wanted it to be all artistical and shit. Kaylie and her brother Tim were children when a spooooky mirror got the small boy to shoot his father. The spooooky mirror possesses people’s minds and gets them to…

MUPPETS MOST WANTED: Kind of Awesome

I don’t watch childrens’ movies, but Tina Fey with The Muppets sounded too good to resist, so I sheepishly bought a ticket for 1 to see the movie. Will people think I’m creepy? Some 36 year old gay guy alone at Muppets Most Wanted might freak some people out, I thought. Thankfully, there was no…