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Tag Archive: movies

‘The Karate Kid’ DVD Review

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A review by G-FUNK Director: Harald Zwart Cast: Jackie Chan, Jaden Smith Plot: A young American boy moves to Beijing when his mother gets a job transfer. Unable to adapt he winds up… Continue reading

THE BEST OF 2011! (Part 1)

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2012 we cannot wait for what you’ve got lined up for us. The Avengers will assemble, the Dark Knight will rise and Ridley Scott returns to to LV-426 – and that’s just the… Continue reading

What We Want From a Justice League Movie

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By DARKNITE For years now Warner Bros. has publicly toyed around with a full fledged Justice League movie, and each time the project falls apart partly due to the outrage at the mishandling… Continue reading

‘Friends With Benefits’ DVD Review

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A review by G-FUNK Director: Will Gluck Cast: Mila Kunis, Justin Timberlake Plot: Dylan and Jamie meet when she headhunts him for a job in New York and they click as friends. When… Continue reading

Tidal Wave: As Bad As You Thought?

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For this week’s movie I decided to mix it up a little; instead of reviewing a notoriously bad film I wanted to find a hidden gem. I asked my local Blockbuster manager for… Continue reading

The Ten Most Interesting Directors of the Now – Shane Black

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Let’s have a look at the sixth entry in our series of the Ten Most Interesting Directors of the Now: Shane Black Shane Black has been involved in the film industry on a… Continue reading

Star Wars in Review: The Empire Strikes Back

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Part of a series by G-FUNK Director: Irvin Kershner Cast: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Frank Oz, David Prose, James Earl Jones Plot: As the Empire recovers from the… Continue reading

‘Lincoln Lawyer’ DVD Review

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A review by G-FUNK Director: Brad Furman Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei, Ryan Phillipe, William H. Macy Plot: A smooth talking lawyer who manages his business out of the back of a chauffeured… Continue reading

‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’ DVD Review

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A review by G-FUNK Director: Morgan Spurlock Plot: Documentary film-maker Morgan Spurlock explored the world of modern advertising by trying to get the movie itself sponsored. Review: I’d like to pose Morgan Spurlock… Continue reading

‘A Dangerous Method’ Review

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Director: David Cronenberg Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen, and Keira Knightley Plot: The friendship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud is explored while Jung starts an inappropriate relationship with one of his patients Review: … Continue reading