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Tag Archive: movie

The All-Hollywood Football Team

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Mmmm you can already start to smell fall in the air.  Who doesn’t love this time of year?  Hoodie weather, pumpkin beer, Halloween, apple pies and of course football.  To celebrate the return… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Cop Car’

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Directed by: Jon Watts Starring: Hays Wellford, James Freedson-Jackson, and Kevin Bacon Plot: Two young boys find an abandoned cop car and go for a joy ride. Review: I have always had a soft spot for… Continue reading

Why Does Everyone Hate ‘Pixels’?

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The new Chris Columbus directed Adam Sandler vehicle, an ode to arcade games of the 1980s called Pixels, has been released and the response has been pretty poor. In fact, publishing the most… Continue reading

Retro Movie Review: ‘Space Jam’

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In the 1990’s, few star shone brighter than Chicago Bulls shooting guard, Michael Jordan. At the height of his popularity, a Hollywood executive got the bizarre idea to pair Jordan’s athletic skills with… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Terminator: Genisys’

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Plot:  The fifth film in the Terminator franchise, Terminator: Genisys completely re-writes the Terminator mythos.  When the human resistance led by John Connor (Jason Clarke) finally wins out and destroys the artificial intelligence Skynet,… Continue reading

IFFBoston 2015 Review: ‘The Overnight’

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Independent Film Festival Boston 2015 Directed by: Patrick Brice Starring: Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling, and Jason Schwartzman Plot: After moving to Los Angeles, a married couple with a young son meet another couple with a young… Continue reading

Disney Dinner and a Movie: ‘The Emperor’s New Groove’

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The Emperor’s New Groove has the misfortune of being released during Disney’s Post-Renaissance phase which means it often goes unnoticed among the classics of the 1990’s or the modern revival films. It is,… Continue reading

Is ‘Dr. Horrible’ Joss Whedon’s Masterpiece?

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is my all time favourite television series. Not only for the content but the way it reshaped the modern entertainment industry, blended and challenged genre tropes while remain accessible and… Continue reading

10 Tragic Love Stories in Geekdom

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Ah, the season of romance. And as we all know, a great love story comes with tragedy. It’s how things balance. Also good entertainment. While you curl up with a box of chocolates and… Continue reading

Oscar Nominee Review: ‘Boyhood’

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Previously Reviewed: The Theory of Everything The Imitation Game Birdman The Grand Budapest Hotel Selma American Sniper Whiplash Director: Richard Linklater Cast: Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Lorelei Linklater Plot: Young Mason is… Continue reading