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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Two Movies Rolled Into One

Drama, Movies - 6 days ago by Chris D'souza

Many critics and fans are somewhat confused as how to understand, interpret, and digest the movie (or should we say movies) called ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. You see, Ned Benson (writer and director) initially created two movies with the theme of a couple (and their families) that is goes read more

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The Skeleton Twins: not Another Twin Movie

Movies - 2 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

Perhaps one of the most common themes in independent movies is the bonding of siblings, especially twins. And if you run through the basic premise of the ‘Skeleton Twins’, you may yawn cliche. The story goes as follows: Milo (Bill Hader) and Maggie (Kristen Wiig) are twins that have become read more

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‘Last Man Standing’ One Hour Season Premiere Oct. 3

Comedy, TV - 2 weeks ago by admin

Funny guy, Tim Allen, returns for the fourth season of ABC’s sitcom, Last Man Standing. The season premiere will feature two back-to-back, half hour episodes on Friday, October 3rd. Tim Allen plays the All-American Dad, Mike Baxter, who deals the the modern day struggles of parenting and how much he read more

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Dolphin Tale 2: the Inspiring Sequel

Movies, Teen - 2 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

On the surface, it looks like that Dolphin Tale 2 was produced simply because of the commercial success of the first movie. ‘Dolphin Tale’ (2011) was the inspiring true story of Winter, an injured dolphin that was able to swim again thanks to a prosthetic tail. This made her the read more

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The Drop: a Competent Character Driven Crime Drama

Action, Movies - 3 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

The Drop has everything going in its favor. The director is an Oscar nominee, the writer is a distinguished author adapting his short story and the cast is solid. Thankfully, the film delivers on all accounts. The film is helmed by Belgian Michael R. Roskam, whose previous feature Bullhead brought read more

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Revenge of the Green Dragons: Too Bad to Be True

Breaking News, Movies - 3 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

The expectations from Revenge of the Green Dragons were high and why not. Coming from director Andy Lau, the maker of Infernal Affairs, and executive produced by Martin Scorsese (who won an Oscar for helming the Hollywood remake, The Departed, of Lau’s film), the film has solid pedigree behind it. read more

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The Identical – Mindless Propaganda Posing As a Movie

Movies - 4 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

Dustin Marcellino’s ‘The Identical’ has propaganda written all over it. It has been funded by the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (the MJAA), but even if you didn’t know this, you can still guess the purpose and intent of the movie. Is it any coincidence that a movie that shows read more

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The Kooks: Listen – Improvisation at Its Best

Music - 4 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

The British indie rock group, The Kooks, is back after a three year break with their fourth studio album, Listen, set to release on 1st September, 2014. The UK indie heartthrobs have made a brave leap by switching from their typical Brit rock style to electric church music, but that read more

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Emmy Winners Actually Worth Watching

TV - 1 month ago by Chris D'souza

The TV Academy has a history of ignoring under the radar shows when it comes to the Emmys. This can be said of The League, The Wire, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and many others. So, some people might feel that watching Emmy winners isn’t just worth their while. Well, read more