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Tag Archive: movies

Top 10 Lamest Batman Villains

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Batman has battled many, many colourful characters over the course of the past seven decades. Many of them have transcended the comic book form and become ingrained into pop-culture. Here at the House… Continue reading

‘Your Highness’ DVD Review

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Director: David Gordon Green Starring: Danny McBride, James Franco, Natalie Portman Plot: A useless, stoned, vulgar prince is envious of his brother being treated like a hero (possibly due to him being a… Continue reading

‘Super 8’ DVD Review

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Director: J.J. Abrams Starring: Joel Courtney, Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler Plot: Following a train crash in a small American town, strange happenings indicate that something extra-terrestrial was being carried on the train. Review:… Continue reading

5 Things Needed to Make a Great Wonder Woman Movie

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by Slamadams Wonder Woman has had a¬†tumultuous¬†progression to the silver screen. While the comic book adaptation is falling out of many audience’s good graces given the number of them, the request for more… Continue reading

‘The Bank Job’ Retro Review

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Director: Roger Donaldson Starring: Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows Plot: A team of petty crooks take on a job to rob a bank from an old associate, unaware that the British Government set it… Continue reading

‘The Loved Ones’ DVD Review

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Director: Sean Byrne Starring: Xavier Samuels, Robin McLeavy Plot: A teenage boy, struggling with the death of his father and home life, finds himself trapped in a nightmare when the girl he turned… Continue reading

No longer a member of the “George Lucas Hate Club”

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by Randy I never liked George Lucas, every time I saw him in interviews or behind the scenes, even way back before the rerelease of the original Star Wars trilogies I could only… Continue reading

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

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