Miguel Guadalupe

Miguel Guadalupe is a Director at Gartner Inc, a technology research company. Miguel (he’s the one in the middle) grew up in New York City and currently resides in New Jersey. A graduate of Wesleyan University, he currently volunteers for various alumni and community organizations, and is the proud father of a two beautiful girls.

[REVIEW] Public Enemies

Public Enemies (Rating: R) Cast: Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Marion Cotillard, Billy Crudup, Stephen Dorff, Stephan Lang Director: Michael Mann “Tommy-gun” gangster movies seem to be a requisite for every Hollywood movie maker, and Michael Mann gets his street cred […]

[REVIEW] The Hangover

OMFG! Can you imagine a scenario where four men go to Las Vegas and commit almost every act of hedonism possible short of those leading to jail and/or death? Apparently, the writers of The Hangover have, and bring it to you in all it’s glory. This eye-popping, gut busting film allows you to

[REVIEW] Observe & Report

Seth Rogan’s black comedy does for the mall what Heathers did for High School. The movie takes you to the edge and violently throws you over the precipice. In Observe and Report, Rogen takes on flashers, skateboarders, and kiosk vendors as Ronnie Barnhardt, a disturbed mall security guard who believes he is the one thing standing between order and anarchy

[BROADWAY REVIEW] West Side Story

Arthur Laurents comes back to Broadway with a refreshed production of his “West Side Story.” The production incorporates some major changes to the 50’s original, including songs and scenes in Spanish and an edgier feel to the overall story.

[MOVIE REVIEW] I Love You, Man

Paul Rudd (Role Models) moves to the front of the comedian brat pack in a hilarious feature which raises the bar of the “Bro-mance” movie.

He plays Peter Klaven, a “girlfriend” guy, meaning he’s a serial monogamist who puts so much of his energy into his relationships with women that he’s failed to develop meaningful friendships with male friends. Now forced to find a best man for his wedding, he seeks a new

[REVIEW] Watchmen

It’s time to let your inner fanboy come out to play. Upon seeing Watchmen, I was keenly aware that I did not stop smiling, very much like The Comedian’s iconic badge. This movie finally put on screen the imaginings of many who have ever wondered – what would the world be like if normal people could in fact be superheroes?

DVD REVIEW: Beethoven’s Big Break

This installment is set up as the prequel to the first Beethoven movie, and apparently goes behind the scenes of the 1992 hit. In it, Jonathan Silverman plays a single dad (who is also an animal trainer on a Hollywood lot) whose son (Moises Arias) happens upon the 200-pound St. Bernard. Hairy hijinx follow…

REVIEW: YESman

YESman (PG 13) Staring: Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel, Bradley Cooper, Rhys Darby, John Micheal Higgins, Terence Stamp Directed by: Peyton Reed Jim Carrey is back, and this time, he’s a (funny) grown up. If you are like me, you can’t […]

Review: Nothing Like the Holidays

Nothing Like the Holidays (rated PG 13) Staring: John Leguizamo, Debra Messing, Alfred Molina, Elizabeth Pena Directed by: Alfred De Villa, Luis Guzman Nothing Like the Holidays is a warm, family friendly movie set in Humbolt Park, Chicago. The Rodriguez […]

Why I’m Voting Obama

Editor’s note: The Father Life is not endorsing a candidate for US President, and there are plenty of candidate comparisons already available online (two of the better ones are at glassbooth.org and votehelp.org). Instead, we’ve invited two fathers to give […]

Life Is For the Living

I had a very intense July 4th Weekend. My daughter had her 2nd Birthday, which we had at our house. We did our best to accomodate about 10 toddlers and their parents as they came to share the event. My […]