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MTV Movie & TV Awards Preview: 7 Things to Look Forward to May 7th!

MTV Movie & TV Awards Preview: 7 Things to Look Forward to May 7th!

| May 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

The wait is over (almost). On Sunday May 7, MTV is bringing back a relaunched version of its famed movies awards show by also recognizing the best of the best in the world of television. After months of enduring the more traditional awards shows, it’ll be a nice change of pace for loyal viewers to […]

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‘YOU HAVE HIS EYES’ THE JOURNEY BEFORE A DOCUMENTARY

‘YOU HAVE HIS EYES’ THE JOURNEY BEFORE A DOCUMENTARY

| June 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Every so often the universe comes around and taps you on the shoulder and allows you the chance to say something. Comment on something you’ve witnessed first hand and can put your voice into. This thing for me, is an amazingly well received documentary done by someone I’ve known, in a round about way, for […]

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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 DOESN’T EARN ITS TITLE

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 DOESN’T EARN ITS TITLE

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

How do you breathe new life into an old franchise? By packing as much into it as you can of course! That seems to be the strategy of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, a film that fails on more levels than it succeeds. According to box office results, the movie going public is starting to realize […]

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TRUST ME, ONE OF THE YEAR’S BEST INDIES

TRUST ME, ONE OF THE YEAR’S BEST INDIES

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Clark Gregg is one of Hollywood’s most underrated assets. Although most people now know him as the understated Agent Coulson in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD he is actually an accomplished writer, director and actor that has been around the industry for years. Trust Me is his second feature but this time he takes center stage […]

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BRICK MANSIONS REVIEW

BRICK MANSIONS REVIEW

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Paul Walker’s last film Brick Mansions isn’t exactly a big stretch for his acting or his stunt work or driving, but it is still an excellent film that takes the martial arts action that made films like The Raid so popular and actually gave it a significant plot and even some overt social commentary. Director […]

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BREAKING: MARVEL QUIETLY ANNOUNCES BLACK WIDOW MOVIE

BREAKING: MARVEL QUIETLY ANNOUNCES BLACK WIDOW MOVIE

| April 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

This week Marvel Studios quietly updated Scarlett Johansson’s IMDB page with her most current project, a solo Black Widow movie. Anyone that has been following Marvel Studios knows that this is something they have been toying with for a long time so a posting like that is sure to make waves.

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TRANSCENDENCE MOVIE REVIEW: A FILM THAT NEVER ASCENDS

TRANSCENDENCE MOVIE REVIEW: A FILM THAT NEVER ASCENDS

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Director Wally Pfister’s Transcendence is a film that poses a significant amount of ideological and philosophical questions: What is the meaning of life? How do you define consciousness, or life? Do the benefits of technology outweigh its inherent evils? It would have been really great, however, if the film took the time to answer them […]

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UNDER THE SKIN WILL GET UNDER YOURS

UNDER THE SKIN WILL GET UNDER YOURS

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

So few movies these days are willing to take real risks, which makes Under the Skin a marvel on a lot of levels. There are so many reasons why the movie shouldn’t work, yet it continues to amaze with every viewing. Be warned, despite having an A-list actress like Scarlett Johansson in it the movie […]

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THE RAID 2, MOVIE REVIEW

THE RAID 2, MOVIE REVIEW

| March 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two years ago, American audiences were completely awe-inspired by Gareth Evans’ martial arts cinema epic The Raid: Redemption. There was quite the following behind it, and justifiably so. The first movie was a big act to follow and, needless to say, Evans knocked it out of the park again.

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CRITICAL NEXUS: MOVIE REVIEW

CRITICAL NEXUS: MOVIE REVIEW

| September 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Making a feature dedicated to one story can be difficult enough. There’s development of characters, plot lines, thorough visuals and storytelling that all have the potential to suffer, even in the hands of the best film makers. For novices, the result can almost be too much to handle. With these ideas in mind, it isn’t […]

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