Month: September 2013

Movie Review of ‘Sharknado

As bad as movies from The Asylum normally are (and believe me, they are terrible), the studio’s output often falls into the “so bad it’s good” category, as they’re pitched at the right tone to...

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Blue is the Warmest Color (2013)

If you’ve heard of Blue is the Warmest Color, it’s likely for one of two reasons: (1) You know that it won the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and in the process became the first film adapted from...

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Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

 Everyone wants to become rich, even those who are poor and can not afford luxuries. Many countries experience poverty with the big dream of becoming wealthy. One of these countries is India where the status of the people are...

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The Past (2013)

A drama that’s far more thrilling than most so-called thrillers these days, The Past is a movie about people and how their histories impact their present, future, and those around them. It has great performances, an...

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              Even today, over population and disease plague the human race.  In the movie Elysium the year is 2154 and these problems are exponentially greater.   To escape a world full of hardship, the future’s elite class has...

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