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Die Hard

Ahh…Die Hard. Definitely the greatest action movie of the 1980’s, and a strong contender for the greatest action movie of all time. Is it though? It’s difficult to say, so let’s dive in and find out. 3,046 more words

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Review: Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina'

A man of many talents, Alex Garland made the leap into movies when his novel, The Beach, was adapted onto the big screen by Danny Boyle, and he collaborated with the director again by writing the horror film  619 more words

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Iron Man (2008) - Gog's Film Review (Marvel Week)

Gog’s review:

As the first instalment of the MCU I think this film does well to set up the world and Tony Stark (and his company). 386 more words

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Poll for Review Next

I decided to instead keep the polls for the next review on their own posts, instead of on one page, which I’d have to constantly update and which would have the same comments section. 10 more words

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Ravenous, or: Battle of the Beards

Another Monday, another blog collab!  Check out Christa’s review here!

The Film:

Ravenous

Where to Watch:

Netflix

The Premise:

CANNIBALISM. Nineteenth-century California. I have nothing else to add; you’re either into it or you aren’t. 930 more words

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A Little Chaos: Film Review

It’s been seventeen years since esteemed actor Alan Rickman directed a feature. He returns with a lavish period drama, A Little Chaos, that’s a far cry from his acclaimed indie effort, … 275 more words

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SUMMER WARS


Directed By:
Mamoru Hosoda
Screenplay By:
Satoko Okudera
Story By:
Mamoru Hosoda
Production Company: Madhouse
Distributed By: Warner Bros.

Admittedly, when it came to my choice of a favorite animated film from Japan, the choices were somewhat limited insomuch that a majority of such films are either (unofficial) stories created from popular manga or anime series, or are direct-to-video films. 1,268 more words

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