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  • Posted by 2 weeks, 6 days ago on April 3, 2014 Comments
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    Winter is coming… in two big ways this weekend. But before you get ready for the long-awaited return of HBO’s Game of Thrones Sunday night, you really should consider checking out the movie that’s kicking off the summer blockbuster season first. Captain America: The Winter Soldier isn't just a great superhero flick; it's one of the best Marvel movies so far. Color me surpri... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 month, 2 weeks ago on March 10, 2014 Comments
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    Has it really been seven years since 300 grossed nearly half a billion dollars, made millions of men feel fat, spawned copycats mimicking its brutal and then-novel slow-motion combat, and ignited the careers of Zack Snyder, Gerard Butler, and Michael Fassbender? After making appearances on our last two lists of most anticipated movies, 300: Rise of an Empire is finally here to fi... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 months ago on February 21, 2014 Comments
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    For the past few weeks, casual television watchers may have noticed some TV spots that have grabbed their attention. These flashy ads include weapons clanging in close combat, armored soldiers with swords and shields, other sweaty warriors yelling stuff, and wooden ships splintering in turbulent waters. Sweet! The next 300 movie is finally he-- wait, what? Admit it: you almost got t... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 months ago on February 21, 2014 Comments
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    Coming aboard the Hayao Miyazaki train fairly late in his career (the first film of his that I saw was Princess Mononoke), I’ve really enjoyed the imaginative worlds and engrossing stories that he has put forth to date. The Miyazaki that I love is at his best when he’s dealing with fantasy elements and natural/spiritual worlds. It was with this background in mind that I was real... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 months ago on February 16, 2014 Comments
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    Almost three decades have passed since Paul Verhoeven’s classic RoboCop hit theaters. Times have changed, and there’s not much these days that you can still buy for a dollar. The updated take on Paul Verhoeven’s other ‘80s classic, Total Recall, recently failed to win over critics and audiences, leaving many to fear that Hollywood would ruin yet another one of the visionary ... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 months, 2 weeks ago on February 7, 2014 Comments
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    An honorable mention on our list of most anticipated movies of the year, The Lego Movie builds upon the recent trend of turning toys into films. The ubiquitous construction pieces have already expanded its brand into six theme parks and an incredibly successful video game franchise with over 50 games, but they’ve yet to hit the silver screen until now. So will the diminutive pl... Read More »
  • Posted by 2 months, 2 weeks ago on February 6, 2014 Comments
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    When you hear the names George Clooney, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, and John Goodman, one of the first things you think of is that this is a good group of actors. Some of them have Oscars while the others have been nominated for them. They’re respected in their craft, and you expect high-quality performances from them. And herein lies part of the issue that many people will have w... Read More »
  • Posted by 3 months ago on January 20, 2014 Comments
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    There are some actors that are perfect for playing one particular type of role. Michael Cera as the awkward out-of-place white boy or Samuel L. Jackson who seamlessly plays badass mofo all the time. It’s when an actor tries to break the mold they’ve been put into that they tend to run into trouble. When an actor does decide to try a different type of role, how willing are we as ... Read More »
  • Posted by 4 months, 1 week ago on December 14, 2013 Comments
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    Sometimes the story behind how a book or film was made is a much more interesting tale than the thing that was created. All of the things we like about our most beloved stories had to have come from somewhere, so naturally we're intrigued by the genesis behind elements of a story that we're all familiar with. Hollywood knows this, of course, as it continues to pump out origins stori... Read More »
  • Posted by 5 months, 2 weeks ago on November 7, 2013 Comments
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    Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Marvel’s Phase II. Though Iron Man 3 ushered in the next phase of Marvel’s master plan for the Avengers, it’s Thor: The Dark World that really lives up to the legacy set forth by last year’s mega blockbuster. While Tony Stark was suffering from PTSD earlier this summer after "The Battle of New York" in last year's The Avengers finale, Thor ... Read More »
  • Posted by 6 months, 2 weeks ago on October 9, 2013 Comments
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    Alfonso Cuarón isn’t a household name when it comes to big budget action films, but after this, he sure as hell should be. The director best known for making arguably the greatest of the Harry Potter films and the critically acclaimed Children of Men has outdone himself once again with his latest fictional-science thriller. Gravity is easily one of the best films of 2013 and is s... Read More »
  • Posted by 7 months, 1 week ago on September 14, 2013 Comments
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    Vin Diesel is strapping on his goggles and lacing up the boots once more to reprise his role as Richard B. Riddick in this third entry to the troubled sci-fi series. With a stripped down budget that only amounts to a third of the second film’s cost, the Riddick series is going back to its Pitch Black roots over a decade after the original hit theaters and helped launch Diesel’s ... Read More »
  • Posted by 9 months ago on July 23, 2013 Comments
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    When first hearing about the concept, I have to admit I was interested in seeing how the transition from comic book to film would turn out for R.I.P.D. With the director of one of my favorite action movies in years, RED, behind the project, it seemed like something that could be equally as special, if not better, than Robert Schwentke’s last movie. I never read the comics or ha... Read More »
  • Posted by 9 months ago on July 23, 2013 Comments
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    Like most animated films these days, Turbo is an inspirational tale about an underdog with big dreams. Those dreams being the idea that a snail could one day race in the Indy 500... Yeah, the premise of DreamWorks Animation’s latest is a bit hard to swallow, even for a children’s movie, but if you can get past how unbelievable it is, you’ll be in for one fun ride. In DreamW... Read More »
  • Posted by 9 months, 2 weeks ago on July 10, 2013 Comments
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    Director Guillermo del Toro is a big man who's notorious in Hollywood for having tons of big ideas that don’t usually end up panning out. When his work does hit the silver screen though, it's usually amazing, even if it isn't box office gold. As you can gather from the trailers, Pacific Rim is a $200 million rock ’em, sock ’em mash-up of modern robot movies and classic monster... Read More »
  • Posted by 11 months ago on May 24, 2013 Comments
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    Illegal street racing isn't what it used to be. Maybe I'm just getting old, but it seems like the days of taking your momma's Honda Civic and slapping a body kit on it, along with some cheap rims, lights, and stickers, are things of the past -- and thankfully so. With the car community maturing, the Fast franchise too has grown up over the years, trading in ugly Civics and Jettas fo... Read More »
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