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Zero Dark Thirty Written by on January 29, 2013

The hunt for Osama Bin Laden was a decade-long drama, which saw two different Presidents in office and more behind-the-scenes work than will certainly ever come to light. And yet, within two years of his demise, a mega-budget “based on a true story” film has been released, detailing the plight of a small group of [...]

Les Misérables Written by on January 12, 2013

Musicals are singular experiences. Very rarely will a good story involve each character spilling his or her feelings out with not even a prod or explanation. Yet their continued survival and evolution over the years have shown that they are still relevant as pieces of popular culture. So when it came for an extravagantly-budgeted musical [...]

Django Unchained Written by on January 8, 2013

Tarantino rarely disappoints, and it’s fairly easy to see why. Action films can be routinely summed up as disappointing screenplays which beg viewers’ attendance through aesthetic achievements or wild maneuvers. The majority of which would, even generously, be described as hollow. What separates each of Tarantino’s films from the rest are his deeper, conversationally fluent [...]

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Written by on December 18, 2012

The most important thing to recognize about Peter Jackson’s version of The Hobbit is that it will be inseparable from his rendition of The Lord of the Rings. Not only is the story itself entwined as Tolkien’s Middle Earth Magnum Opus began with The Hobbit, but without the enormous success of LOTR, the budget, expertise, [...]

A Date With Netflix: Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies Written by on November 16, 2012

I think I am starting to remember why history and horror shouldn’t genre mix. For every Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, there is Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies. A zombified straight to video/Netflix twist to the Civil War that was produced in light of the latter mentioned big-screen adaption that is not so much a [...]

Skyfall Written by on November 10, 2012

What we’ve learned to expect from a Bond film has changed drastically throughout the years. There was a time not long ago when each iteration of the franchise brought with it more ridiculous gadgets than the last, along with stranger and convoluted plots along the way. Even a reboot with Daniel Craig at the helm [...]

Taken 2 Written by on November 9, 2012

The devolution of the action genre saw a turn a few years ago when the first Taken film came out. On its own, and among its heralded peers of the past, it was little more than a run-and-gun fest, toted along by a big-name actor who at the time seemed to be passing his prime. But [...]

Cloud Atlas Written by on

I returned the other day exhausted from a film which I sadly believe will fade away too quickly. It pains me as well to be a part of the process, for at the bottom of this review you’ll find merely a squad of numbers, organized and processed as per my obligation to this review system. [...]

The Worst of Bond Written by on November 7, 2012

With the 50 year anniversary on October 5th and the launch of Skyfall on November 9th, it is a wonderful time to be a fan of James Bond. Having recently completed a complete chronological walkthrough of the series, it seemed a good time to share some of the gems of the franchise…as well as some [...]

What’s So Great about Bond? Written by on November 5, 2012

The scene starts in a smoky casino in the late hours of the night. It is exclusive and lavish. Even a government man in a suit is told to wait in the foyer. The camera cuts to a table where a beautiful woman is losing elegantly at baccarat to a mysterious man opposite her. We [...]

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