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Hot Toys Sixth Scale Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord drops in from space

Marvel Comics’ Peter Quill isn’t just some ordinary Earth dude. Quite to the contrary — despite his human upbringing at the hands of his mother, he was entranced by the legacy of his alien father, answering the inner call to travel among the stars. 128 more words

Everything is Awesome! (or will be in 2018)

In 2014, Warner Bros released the Lego Movie, a feel-good animation that did not pick up an Oscar nomination, much to the world’s disappointment. It grossed over 69 million dollars on it’s opening weekend alone, extending to near 258 million there after. 132 more words

Film And TV

Our Toxic Remake Culture: Why Do We Insist on Making the Same Old White-Guy Movies?

Originally posted on Salon.com

Like it or not — despite the many, many hectoring jeremiads by the people who fall on the “not” side of the argument — “remake culture” seems to be here to stay. 1,920 more words

Movies

Jurassic World: 80 Days to Go

Jurassic World is just around the corner and after a reasonably quiet few months, trailers, pictures and rumours are all firing up once again as June 12 approaches. 554 more words

Film

The Lego Movie

Back in the 90s, I was a lucky kid who grew up with a big bucket of Legos.  For Christmas or birthdays I would sometimes get a little construction set and meticulously labor over the instructions until I had constructed exactly what was on the picture.   681 more words

Oscar Snubbed Films

Parks and Recreation – “The Reporter” (1×03)

“The Reporter” marks the first appearance of Shauna Malwae-Tweep (Alison Becker), Pawnee’s resident journalist. Leslie attempts to gather community support for her pit/park project but finds it difficult when Andy reveals that he was drunk when he fell into the pit (he thought a toaster was lying at the bottom). 545 more words

Comedy

Digital Bogie's Movie Watch 2015

It’s a brave new world of film ahead, having seen the last of Middle-earth with The Hobbit Battle of the Five Armies this Christmas, we have more than enough awesome releases coming in 2015. 260 more words

Film