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DISCLAIMER: I would like to say that due to my unfortunate location and inability to see so many of the other big movies that came out this year due to time or place, these are the movies that I've seen this year and that I've enjoyed the most and were released this year.
10. Super 8. Despite the ending being a bit of a whimper, I must admit that this movie was such a great thrill ride of a mystery that pays a beautiful tribute to the classic Spielberg films…Continue
A quick and dirty look at the most recent season of FX's hit biker drama Sons Of Anarchy.
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I've been championing this surprise hit since day one (or at least since day one after I got sent the first season Blu-Ray set), even though much like everyone else, I was taken aback that a show about Harley…Continue
Harry Potter and the Quest for Internet Fame
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 is owned by Warner Bros.
Suburban Knights is owned by Channel…Continue
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Warner Bros is moving forward with their live-action big screen version of 'Spy vs Spy' after the recent addition of Ron…Continue
The brand new red band trailer for Lionsgate's 'Conan the Barbarian' reboot has hit the internet, and boy - they weren't kidding when they say red. Bright red. Candy-like red, and lots of it. Chock-full of blood, breasts and…Continue
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The Entity is a horror film supposedly based partially on a true story, starring Barbara Hershey as a woman tormented by an unseen entity. I first heard The Entity on Let's Do This mention by Co-Host. He said it's bad. BAD as Michael Jackson's Bad. So I watch it on Netflick and liked it for what it is.
From the begininng, Barbara Harshey is playing Carla Moran, hardworking mother, which she does a great job of acting.
Acting: Barbara Harshey does the…Continue
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Not really having too much else to do at the moment, I decided to sit down and watch the two Hellboy animated movies that they released on DVD. Now I never read the comics, but a while back I got interested in watching the first film so I did. It was
fun, entertaining, and I loved Ron Perlman’s performance as the titular
character. It made me anxious to see the second film, which I did a
couple of years ago. It improved…
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As stated in my review of Serenity, I already mentioned how I feel about this series and how I watched it before I learned about the movie. So rather than retread that
paragraph, I’m going to start by asking a simple question: why was this
show canceled? Seriously now, why in all of Zeus’s beard was this show
thrown off the air?…
1968 has been an interesting year retrospectively within the film world, as two major films released at that time have garnered complete reversal in how people view them in recent years. On the one hand, you
have 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was initially hated during
its release but has since been give near-universal acclaim as one of
the greatest science-fiction films of all time. At the other end of…
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Mid-life crisis' have never been so fun. I can't wait for mine, but instead of going to a ranch im going to Cancun and swim forever in the lake and maybe nobody will find me.
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