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posted a Quick Tip about Jobs (2013 film). August 17, 2013
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Jobs (2013 film)
I know Apple fans (iphone or whatever 'i' there is now) will probably be interested in this dramatization of the life of Steve Jobs. I know his company had created things that changed our life …
reviewed Kick-Ass 2 (2013 film). August 17, 2013
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Kick-Ass 2
The comic book mini-series “Kick Ass” became a phenomena because of the way it managed to create a tale of anti-heroes, as to how fantasy and reality often do not coincide, and how loneliness …
reviewed Black Lagoon - Season One. August 15, 2013
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Black Lagoon
                                When it comes to action-oriented …
reviewed Kick-Ass 2 (2013 film). August 15, 2013
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Kick-Ass 2
Kick Ass 2 will probably disappoint a lot of people who, like me, loved the original to one degree or another. There are just too many flaws in this film to not, at some point, feel a little jilted. There …
reviewed The Place Beyond the Pines (2013 film). August 12, 2013
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The Place Beyond the Pines (2013 film)
One time I was asked why there were times that I would like a movie with such a simple story and yet I would enjoy it more than a movie that tries to be a little more surprising. I guess it is because …
posted a Quick Tip about G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013 film). August 11, 2013
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G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013 film)
Against my friends’ warnings, I needed to see a movie that would allow me to space out since my allergies were bothering me. So I said “what the hey, I’ll rent G.I. JOE: Retaliation”….well, …
reviewed The Thing (1982 film). August 10, 2013
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The Thing (1982 film)
My first encounter with John Carpenter's The Thing was back around November of 2001, where I only saw a snippet of the movie on TNT. Just my luck, I tuned in at one of the most gruesome scenes in …
reviewed Elysium (2013 film). August 10, 2013
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Elysium (2013 film)
Writer/director Neil Blomkamp impressed me with his first full-length 2009 film “District 9”, I thought it was a good interpretation of just how an “Alien Nation” would affect …
posted a Quick Tip about Elysium (2013 film). August 07, 2013
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Elysium (2013 film)
I really want to see this movie, I really do. But after watching the trailer, I know this movie and its content, especially the Class issue it explores is really going to piss me off. I know it is, but …
posted a Quick Tip about Captain America: The Winter Soldier. August 07, 2013
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Of all the upcoming Marvel Comics movies, this is one I really want to see. Not for the action, not for the Stan lee cameo, not for the after credits scene, not for the possible tie in to the Avengers …
reviewed Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. August 07, 2013
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Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
There are a million movies which could be claimed to sum up everything about the 1980's, but none of them seem to do it so succinctly as one teen movie that was released at the tail end of the decade. …
reviewed Elysium (2013 film). August 06, 2013
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Elysium (2013 film)
By Joan Alperin Schwartz      Neill Blomkamp, writer and director of the critically acclaimed, 'District 9', once again brings us a thought-provoking, sci-fi, fantasy, action …
reviewed Outrage (Japanese film). August 05, 2013
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Outrage
There will always be an expected form of ‘hype’ whenever Asian cinema fans got wind of a film directed, written and acted by Takeshi “Beat” Kitano. From his yakuza epic, “Sonatine” …
reviewed Byzantium (2013 film). August 04, 2013
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Byzantium (2013 film)
Vampires have become one of the most versatile tools in story-telling. From horror, to action, fantasy and science fiction, these blood-sucking creatures have endured to become one of the most intriguing …
reviewed Solomon Kane. August 02, 2013
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Solomon Kane
Robert E. Howard has been often called the ‘master of sword and sorcery’ and arguably, his most famous character is “Conan The Barbarian”. While the Cimmerian may have made him …
reviewed After Earth (2013 film). August 01, 2013
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After Earth
The story begins when General Cypher Raige (Will Smith) returns home to care for his 13 year old son, Kitai (Jaden Smith). An asteroid storm damages Kitai's craft necessitating a crash landing …
reviewed Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013 film). July 31, 2013
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Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013 film)
Rented this movie over the weekend and it put me to sleep. James Franco is a charleton working in a traveling circus as a magician. He is more interested in giving music boxes to his female assistants …
reviewed Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox. July 31, 2013
Jusitce League: Flashpoint Paradox
....and Have the Wisdom to Know the Difference.       Sometimes I feel glad that I watch a movie with my glass half full. I did not read the comic crossover series “Flashpoint” …
reviewed The Guillotines (2012 Chinese film). July 29, 2013
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The Guillotines (2012 Chinese film)
   Period actioners can be a very tough vehicle to sell, especially when they’re loaded with characters.  Typically, the bigger the cast the longer the film has to be in order to …
reviewed RED 2 (2013 film). July 29, 2013
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Red 2 (2013 film)
The first RED movie out in 2010 was a great if tame action movie coming off of a summer glut of crazy films like The Expendables and Machete. This RED film is in the middle of summer and helping to buoy …
posted a Quick Tip about RED 2 (2013 film). July 29, 2013
Red 2 (2013 film)
Retired bad ass Frank Moses and his friends become targets of world governments when they are suspected of smuggling nukes. As much fun as the original, builds on our characters and keeps going for more. …
reviewed Tai Chi Hero. July 29, 2013
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Tai Chi Hero
I wasn’t too fond of Stephen Fung’s “Tai Chi Zero” and so I was very reluctant to continue on with this trilogy with his “Tai Chi Hero”. Honestly, I barely even remember …
reviewed Ip Man: The Final Fight. July 28, 2013
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Ip Man: The Final Fight
Lately, Bruce Lee’s teacher Ip Man has been on the receiving end of many attempts to portray his life to the big screen. The Wilson Yip-Donnie Yen "Ip Man" collaboration brought superficial, …
reviewed The Wolverine (2013 film). July 28, 2013
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The Wolverine (2013 film)
The X-Men movie franchise is arguably one of the more successful Marvel adaptations even for Brett Ratner’s hack-job “The Last Stand”. It spawned a reboot, a spin-off titled “X-Men …
posted a Quick Tip about Independence Day City Ship. July 26, 2013
Independence Day City Ship
While these ships don't look as cool as others starships, everything else about them is impressive. Being fifteen miles in diameter these ships feature a very powerful downward facing energy weapon capable …
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