Thursday , 27 April 2017

Review: The Terror Is Real In ‘Life’

Review: The Terror Is Real In ‘Life’

If you were tell me there was a new space movie with Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds and Rebecca Ferguson, who are three of Hollywood's most beautiful people, I would say I would b ...

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Review: “Ghost In The Shell” Is A Sluggish Snoozefest

Review: “Ghost In The Shell” Is A Sluggish Snoozefest

I am one of the few cinephiles out there that has not seen the original “Ghost in the Shell” movie from 1995. It has been on my watchlist for a while, but due to time, I was not a ...

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A Night to Remember at the Video Production Club’s Oscars Party

A Night to Remember at the Video Production Club’s Oscars Party

I was lucky enough to attend the Video Production Club's (VPC) 4th annual Oscars party this past Sunday. There was a lot to remember with the food, red carpet, lip sync battle, aw ...

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The End Of ‘Resident Evil’ is a  Disaster That Tries Too Hard

The End Of ‘Resident Evil’ is a Disaster That Tries Too Hard

The “Resident Evil” films hold a special place in the hearts of certain people and I am not one of those people. I enjoy my guilty pleasures from time-to-time, but these films nev ...

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‘Arrival’ is a Beautiful, Unpredictable Sci-fi Drama

‘Arrival’ is a Beautiful, Unpredictable Sci-fi Drama

When you have a director like Denis Villeneuve helming a project, you already know you are going to something that is out-of-this world. That’s something he has showcased with “Pr ...

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Last Week on Blu-Ray:  Explosions, Romance and Time-Travel

Last Week on Blu-Ray: Explosions, Romance and Time-Travel

Last week, three big titles came to Blu-Ray: Independence Day: Resurgence, Alice Through the Looking Glass and Café Society. I’m here today to give mini-reviews and suggest whethe ...

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Review: ‘The Birth of a Nation’ is a Rushed, but Compelling Story

Review: ‘The Birth of a Nation’ is a Rushed, but Compelling Story

If there’s one film that has been getting award buzz for the entirety of 2016, it’d be the historical epic “The Birth of a Nation.” Since its world premiere at the Sundance Film F ...

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Review: ‘The Magnificent Seven’ Blows Audiences Away

Review: ‘The Magnificent Seven’ Blows Audiences Away

Believe it or not, “The Magnificent Seven,” is a remake of a remake. In 1954, master filmmaker Akira Kurosawa graced many around the world with his three-hour Japanese historical ...

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