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The D-Train: a Reunion With a Twist

Comedy, Movies - 2 years ago by Chris

Jack Black is back on the big screen. This time he brings about his brand of comedy with a twist. The D-Train is not your usual Jack Black comedy where you laugh your heads off at his antics. Instead, it’s full of dark humor that may actually make you feel read more

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Pitch Perfect 2: the Bellas Are Back

Comedy, Movies - 2 years ago by Chris

Pitch Perfect 2 marks the debut of Elizabeth Banks’ directorial career and follows the success of Pitch Perfect from 2012. Elizabeth Banks starred in and coproduced the first movie, but takes the reins of the sequel and stars in it as well. Pitch Perfect in itself was an altogether funny read more

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Welcome to Me: a Light-Hearted Take on Personality Disorder

Comedy, Movies - 2 years ago by admin

Shira Piven, who debuted with 2011’s Fully Loaded, takes on borderline personality disorder in a way most people would shy away from: comically. With Kristen Wiig playing Alice Klieg, a woman suffering from this mental disorder, Welcome to Me has received praise from critics and viewers alike for the comedy adaption. read more

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Hyena: London’s Corrupt Lieutenant

Action, Movies - 2 years ago by admin

The director of Tony (2009), Gerard Johnson, and actor Peter Ferdinando is back at it again, but this time it is not a thriller centered on a serial killer. The duo is back again on a brutal showdown of a corrupt cop in London involved in substance abuse in Hyena. read more

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Far From the Madding Crowd: Hardy Hits the Big Screen Again

Drama, Movies - 2 years ago by admin

Thomas Vinterberg brings on the fourth cinematic adaption of Thomas Hardy’s “Far from the Madding Crowd” to the big screen. The first adaptation of the 1874 novel was brought to the screen in 1915 as a silent movie, with the second version being released in 1967. Thomas Hardy’s novel brought read more

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Little Boy – WWII Fable Gone Horribly Wrong

Independent, Movies - 2 years ago by Chris

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

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Adult Beginners – Good for a One-Time Watch

Comedy, Movies - 2 years ago by Chris

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 - 2 years ago by Chris

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

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Unfriended – Horror Goes Tech-Savvy

Horror, Movies - 2 years ago by Chris

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