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Minions

Minions tells the origin story of the hilarious, adorable, lovable yellow creatures from the Despicable Me movies. They have existed since the beginning of time (starting as single-celled yellow organisms living underwater), eventually evolving and serving villains for ages (accidentally killing every one, however). 370 more words

Comedy

Mel's 5 Second Review: Horsemen

Horsemen
(2009) Dennis Quaid, Ziyi Zhang, Lou Taylor Pucci, Clifton Collins Jr, Patrick Fugit, Eric Balfour, Peter Stormare, Liam James

So, this was a pretty good film, better than I’d been anticipating, but still not as good as I was hoping. 188 more words

Movies

Al Pacino Al Day Al Night: Dog Day Afternoon and Serpico

TODAY IT IS TWO REVIEWS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

It was too my shame that until recently I had not seen Al Pacino in anything other than his phenomenal performances as Michael Corleone in the Godfather series. 868 more words

Film

World's Sexiest Man Travels India Alone

Once called the world’s “most beautiful man” (can’t use that word to describe a man now, or “sexiest” then), Terence Stamp went on a sabbatical to India to find peace. 262 more words

Tmz

Why Fantastical (Unrealistic) Movies Work

This post is really aimed at my girlfriend…you’ll see why. Yesterday I went to see Jurassic World with her. She’s the most unimpressed person when it comes to movies. 619 more words

Screenwriting

Mad Max Trilogy

Having seen Mad Max: Fury Road recently, which I found awesome and not remembering which one of the predecessors I had seen, I decided to watch all three of them in a row, and I am also going to review them in a raw, in one post. 687 more words

Movies

Independence Day!

The following was originally published on Tailslate.net in 2010. In honor of Independence Day, I’m reposting it here. 

Independence Day…again.

Let’s consider the repeat factor. I’m not talking about the sit-com variety – I’m talking about the movies that are always on various cable channels no matter what the time of day or year. 694 more words