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Giant (1956)   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 04 October 2015 by

 Once in a while, there comes a movie that is just too good, and it makes you wonder at all the things went into making that particular film. And in fact, this is one of those films that does it so well, it is can truly stand the test of time. That film in particular […]

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Movie Review – ‘Black Mass’   This entry has a rating of 3

Posted on 30 September 2015 by

Crime starters – I love mob movies. Sure, it’s been awhile since we had a really good one to sink our teeth in, but that’s mostly because this has never been a genre you want to oversaturate. Instead you want to forget about them until something like “Black Mass” is released.  Then and only then […]

Black Mass   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 28 September 2015 by

Peabody award winning film maker Joe Berlinger’s high profile documentary, “Whitey: United States of America vs. James J. Bulger”, kicks off with a frightening tale of extortion. South Bostoner, “Southie”, Stephen Rakes recounts the ominous visit from Bulger and his henchman, Kevin Weeks, and their murderous threats against him and his family. Weeks and his […]

The Visit   This entry has a rating of 4.5

Posted on 19 September 2015 by

It has always been apparent that when M. Night Shyamalan reverts to his dark Sixth Sense/Signs roots, he makes really good movies. The type so engaging and frightening, they make your heart jump. His reputation had been so tarnished for films like The Village, Lady in the Water, and the hugely unpopular The Last Airbender, […]

The Transporter Refueled   This entry has a rating of 4

Posted on 13 September 2015 by

Seems reboots are becoming as prolific as sequels in Tinsel Town. If not more. Some, like Terminator Genysis and Star Trek, have managed to over-lap their original predecessors with a radical timeline change. Others are simply straight up with no relationship to their originals. And of course there are the “Fantastic Four” types where certain […]

Mission Impossible Rogue Nation   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 13 September 2015 by

If a certain majority of movie fans could get over their casual dislike for Tom Cruise, the Mission Impossible franchise would probably make considerably more at the box office. At various times when I have mentioned any of the MI picks, there were those who told me that they simply did not care for the […]

Jurassic World   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 13 September 2015 by

” Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that’s how it always starts. Then later there’s running and um, screaming.” Jeff Goldblum’s steadfast mathematician, Dr. Ian Malcolm probably had some of the most iconic lines in the initial Jurassic Park franchise. Iconic because they always served as a warning against trying to control nature and the danger of […]

Avengers Age of Ultron   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 13 September 2015 by

“There’s only one pathway to peace. Their extinction.” Thus spake Ultron, presenting us with his ultimate solution to true tranquility upon our planet. He is the metallic menace who brings back all the fun and mayhem for our mightiest heroes once again, in Avengers: Age of Ultron. He may be a machine, but he does […]


Posted on 13 September 2015 by

Anyone who has been unfriended on any social network (yours’ truly is one) such as Facebook, knows it’s not a very pleasant feeling. Sometimes you really don’t know if the deed was deliberate, or maybe a glitch in the system. In some cases you already know the reason why, others you can only speculate. It […]

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)   This entry has a rating of 2.5

Posted on 31 August 2015 by

 In the 1960s, the spy flick was a trope that was pretty common during this particular decade. Most notably, the James Bond film series, and look how popular that franchise is. However, on television, the spy genre lent itself to many heart-pounding adventures. One series that used the spy genre well on television, and the […]

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Movie Review – “Straight Outta Compton”   This entry has a rating of 3

Posted on 28 August 2015 by

Boyz n the Hood – Many will see the word ‘boyz’ and think it’s just a clever way of saying boys. And while that’s mostly true, it probably would have never stuck around had it not been for the rap group N.W.A. and Eazy E’s debut hit ‘Boyz-n-the-Hood.’ This simple play on words, along with […]

Pixels (2015)   This entry has a rating of 1

Posted on 31 July 2015 by

 Video games have become almost the norm in popular culture. Everywhere one looks, chances are there is a video game being promoted. But the classic games of the past like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong will always be in gamer’s hearts as the one they grew up with. Unfortunately, Hollywood has a reputation of turning popular […]

Picnic (Pikunikku) (1996) Review   This entry has a rating of 4

Posted on 12 July 2015 by

Under the Radar Shunji Iwai is a director that hasn’t received much recognition here in the States. It seems that his movies “Love Letter” and “Hana & Alice” have received more international attention even though most fans of his will tell you that Picnic, Swallowtail Butterfly, and All about Lily Chou Chou are by far […]

Minions (2015)   This entry has a rating of 2.5

Posted on 11 July 2015 by

 In 2010, a brand new animation studio emerged in a way to challenge the big dogs like Disney and Pixar. That was Illumination Entertainment, who stunned audiences with the animated film known as “Despicable Me”. The movie was a huge success, and allowed for the company to expand further into bigger and better animated films. […]

Inside Out (2015)   This entry has a rating of 5

Posted on 20 June 2015 by

 Pixar Animation Studios have always delivered excellent quality in terms of their movies. But recently, their films have not had the same high-quality of storytelling like the studio’s previous efforts. That all changes with Pixar’s latest film “Inside Out”, a movie that pulls in both comedy and drama at the same time. With this movie, […]

Jurassic World (2015)   This entry has a rating of 3

Posted on 18 June 2015 by

 In 1993, the move “Jurassic Park” bases off the book my Michael Crichton of the same name, took the world by storm with its groundbreaking visual effects by emulating dinosaurs to the big screen, and sense of urgency. It became a massive success, and spawned a franchise like any other. However, the sequels were sub-par […]

Jurassic World (2015) Movie Review   This entry has a rating of 3

Posted on 12 June 2015 by

After the last two Jurassic Park sequels, I had to ask myself if we really needed another? I’m not sure if I can still answer that question with a yes. But, it is much better than the last two, that’s for sure. However; once the chaos in the park started I couldn’t help but think, […]

SPY Movie Review   This entry has a rating of 4

Posted on 05 June 2015 by

 After last summer’s Tammy, Melissa McCarthy needed to get her comedy mojo back. Luckily, she partnered up with her Bridesmaids & The Heat Director Paul Feig. I went into the movie hoping all the funny parts weren’t what I had already seen in the trailers. There are actually tons of funny parts not in the […]


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