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CHAPPIE — LA PELICULA #REALGIGIOREVIEW

Yo estaba altamentente intrigado por ver esta peli, no sólo porque Hugh Jackman sería el gran antagonista, si no porque la polémica pareja de Die Antwoord, serían los cuasi héroes… Y habiendo leído todos los problemas que hubo con el grupo en la filmación, definitivamente que quise ver realmente de qué estaban hablando… Cierto las pelis de Neill Blomkamp tienen una estética visual muy característica (si haz visto District 9, y Elysium, sabes a lo que me refiero) y usualmente usa fuertes conceptos sociopolíticos en ellos aunque en Chappie se percibe menos. 312 more words

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Alien - "Alien manages to get under your skin in a way few films can..."

Short reviews for clear and concise verdicts on a broad range of films…

Alien (Dir. Ridley Scott/1979)

Often taught as an example of the genre mash-up of horror and science-fiction, Alien manages to get under your skin in a way few films can. 130 more words

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Chappie: A movie without a hero

Dev Patel and Hugh Jackman went to South Africa and made a movie, directed by Neill Blomkamp. The “star” of the film, however, is a robot named Chappie. 296 more words

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The Cold Light of Day (2012, Mabrouk El Mechri)

The Cold Light of Day is not just any lame action thriller set in Europe with an American leading man (okay, Henry Cavill isn’t American, but he’s playing an American). 320 more words

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TV Talk: My Depression

MY DEPRESSION (THE UP AND DOWN AND UP OF IT),

ANIMATED MUSICAL DOCUMENTARY TAKING A POIGNANT, HUMOROUS

LOOK AT ONE WOMAN’S LIFELONG STRUGGLE WITH DEPRESSION, 740 more words

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Galaxy Quest: When TV Shows Get Real

Galaxy Quest

It’s a double movie type of afternoon today and Galaxy Quest is the next on the menu.

This movie came out in 1999 and starred a variety of stars including, Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Daryl Mitchell, and Sam Rockwell. 767 more words

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Chappie - ★ ★ ★ DVD Review


Another sci-fi film from South African writer and director Neill Blomkamp, set in a Johannesburg just slightly ahead of our own time sees police utilizing humanoid robots known as “Scouts” to help fight crime.  598 more words

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