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I Like Going to the Movie Theatre

I Like Going to the Movie Theatre

| June 6, 2008

I love going to the movie theater. There is something special about seeing a movie on the big screen, in a packed house where the smell of buttery popcorn fills the air. Whether it be at the IMAX, AMC, or your small local theater chain, seeing a movie at the theater should be a pleasant […]

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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

| May 21, 2008 | 0 Comments

My enthusiasm for this flick was not very high, because I didn’t really like or hate the first installment–it was just decent. Also, this trailer didn’t really do much for me. And you know what they say: your instinct is usually right. It was in this case. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian can be […]

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Speed Racer

Speed Racer

| May 12, 2008 | 0 Comments

To me, The Wachowski Brothers are as synonymous to the word ‘genius’ as they are to the phrase ‘epic failure.’ After the colossal disappointment that everyone shared after watching The Matrix Revolutions, they turned around and created the masterpiece that is V for Vendetta, one of the greatest comic-book films of all time. So my […]

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What ’24′ Needs for Season Seven to Rock

What ’24′ Needs for Season Seven to Rock

| January 2, 2008 | 0 Comments

(So for reasons that defy logic, they have decided to inform the general public of a huge spoiler prior to the season that is found in the trailer (linked below). Most likely they did this in an effort to bring back the pissed off fans (and their are many) for the seventh season. They will […]

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The Clock Is Ticking for ’24′…

The Clock Is Ticking for ’24′…

| November 1, 2007 | 0 Comments

Warning: The following article contains spoilers on 24 and it would be smart to read without being completely caught up with the show. It also contains information on the season seven trailer, which can be found at www.24trailer.com. 24 is one of the most original, innovative, and groundbreaking shows in television history. The action, plot […]

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Halloween

Halloween

| September 14, 2007 | 0 Comments

At least Rob Zombie is consistent. With his third horror film, the re-imagining of the classic Halloween joins his other two films as decrepit wastes of time. With his MTV editing style and love for explicit violence, he succeeds in following the many clichés laid before him and does very little to resurrect a franchise […]

Strike!

Strike!

| September 1, 2007 | 0 Comments

The last time the Writers Guild of America (WGA) went on strike was nearly twenty years ago, back in 1988 in which a 5 month work stoppage delayed the start of the fall TV season and cost the industry a half a billion dollars. But starting in a month or so, October 31st to be […]

Sicko

Sicko

| July 5, 2007

Whether you like Michael Moore or not, the man has a penchant for creating conversation about important political topics that matter in America. He does that in Sicko in spades. Far less biased than his last documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, this takes a scathing look at the United States’ healthcare system, the only wealthy and industrialized […]

The Condemned

The Condemned

| April 29, 2007

With the emergence of The Rock as a bona fide action star, the WWF, or WWE or whatever they are calling it these days are desperately trying to create the next wrestler to movie star transition. But with the absolute failures of films like The Marine and See No Evil, how would The Condemned be […]

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Epic Movie

Epic Movie

| February 2, 2007 | 0 Comments

This film is as funny as cancer. And I mean that in the worst way possible. In fact, there is nothing remotely positive I can say about Epic Movie, other than it being quite possibly one of the worst movies ever made. I’ve seen porn with a better plot. The Spanish channel makes more sense […]