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Little Boy – WWII Fable Gone Horribly Wrong

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

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), you know the organization which hands out the Oscars, loves movies with World War II as a backdrop that have an uplifting story. Little Boy does seem to be an attempt to appeal to the Academy but the April release date read more


Adult Beginners – Good for a One-Time Watch

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

Comedy Central’s Nick Kroll is a funny guy, no doubt about that. But his performances, on The League especially, are driven by a well-written and developed character. This is the main drawback of Kroll’s new indie flick, Adult Beginners. As the title suggests, Kroll plays a 40-something man-boy who is read more

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True Story – Franco and Hill Get Serious (or Do They?)

Movies - 3 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

James Franco and true stories (Hollywood true, that is) have had a hard time as of late, what with The Interview almost bringing the US and North Korea to war. This time around, 20 The film’s premise is interesting, with Hill playing a New York Times reporter and Franco a convict, read more


Unfriended – Horror Goes Tech-Savvy

Horror, Movies - 4 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

Horror movies have it rough when it comes to the premise. There are only so many situations where a person would genuinely feel scared and 99% of them have been captured on celluloid in one way or the other. The Unfriended movie is a surprisingly fresh take on the genre, read more

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Ex Machina – The Movie Preview

Movies, Sci-fi - 4 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

In a time where superhero movies fall into the Sci-fi genre, coming across a good science fiction movie is a rare treat. Looper is the most recent example that comes to mind but now there’s one more name on the list: Ex Machina. In a break from the usual action-filled read more

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Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 – Don’t Even Think About It

Comedy, Movies - 4 weeks ago by Chris D'souza

There is no dearth of movies released each year where one can’t simply help but wonder how great the movie would have been had the people making it put in some effort or thought into the final product. The latest to join this ‘esteemed’ club is Paul Blart Mall Cop read more

Merchants of Doubt (Global Warming the Impending Doom)

Documentary, Movies - 1 month ago by Chris D'souza

Documentaries on global warming have been done before. This is the first time Robert Kenner who directed Food, Inc. attempted to showcase the evidence supporting the dangers of climate change. He attempts to provide a negative point of view on corporations and their elaborate lies justifying their cause. This movie read more


These Final Hours Review: Monotony at Its Best

Action, Movies, Suspense - 1 month ago by Chris D'souza

Armageddon, apocalyptic and end of the world movies keep popping up in differing genres. “These Final Hours” is the first end of the world feature to be filmed in Perth, Australia. Writer Director Zac Hilditch has ensured that any trivial silliness of previous themes does not encroach upon this feature. read more

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Road Hard Movie Review: (Dark Humor? not So Funny)

Comedy, Movies - 2 months ago by Chris D'souza

This is a dark comedy, which is a part autobiographical story about a standup comedian Adam Carolla in which he uses his own personal experiences in the industry. Written by Kevin Hench and Carolla the story provides the nuts and bolts of the show business and takes advantage of providing read more