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Classic Scene: “Look at the camera…with intensity.”

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“Look at the camera…with intensity” from Lost in Translation by Sophia Coppola, 2003 The Scene: Tired and depressed actor Bob Harris has arrived in Tokyo to create an ad campaign for Suntory Whiskey… Continue reading

Who’s The Best Batman?

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Michael Keaton: Best Batman the Man Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992) Michael Keaton was the original and he brought the most humanity to the character of Batman. He was the man you wanted… Continue reading

‘An American Werewolf in Paris’ Retro Review

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Director: Anthony Waller Starring: Tom Everett Scott, Julie Delpy Plot: There’s American werewolves. In Paris. Review: As it was said in the review for the original film, there aren’t many great werewolf movie… Continue reading

10 Things That Would’ve Saved the ‘Pirates’ Sequels

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Many years ago Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer took a gamble. Not two productions companies known for taking risks, they’re more likely to base their decisions on market research more than creative ingenuity, so… Continue reading

‘Community’ Already Under the Axe?

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Remember when The Big Bang Theory was a little known sitcom with a dedicated viewership before it exploded into mainstream popularity which cemented it’s place on television for years to come. The third… Continue reading

Batman: Arkham 3 Clues Uncovered in Arkham City

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About six months after the release of the awesome Batman: Arkham Asylum the game designers had started to get worried. They went to the trouble of hiding a clue to the second game,… Continue reading

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’ DVD Review

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Director: Rob Marshall Starring: Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane, Geoffrey Rush Plot: The misadventures of Capt. Jack Sparrow continue as he is recruited by Blackbeard to seek the Fountain of Youth. Review:… Continue reading

The Abridged Series

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The Abridged Series by Appa the Gypsy As a nineties kid, I grew up on a combination of American-dubbed anime shows. Mostly Dragonball Z and Naruto, and, to a lesser extent (a fact… Continue reading

‘Oranges and Sunshine’ DVD Review

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Director: Jim Loach Starring: Emily Watson, David Wenham, Hugo Weaving Plot: A British social worker, Margerat Humphreys is incredulous when a woman comes to her with a story about having been taken from… Continue reading

‘Tomorrow, When the War Began’ Retro Review

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Director: Stuart Beattie Starring: Soap stars and high-school drama club graduates whose names I can’t be bothered googling. Plot: For those who didn’t attend English class in Australia, a group of young people… Continue reading