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  • You guys remember all those feel-good animal movies from the ’90s? Your Air Buds and your Free Willys and your Homeward Bounds? Well, it seems […]

    Dolphin Tale 2 Review

    You guys remember all those feel-good animal movies from the ’90s? Your Air Buds and your Free Willys and your Homeward Bounds? Well, it seems […]

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  • If I was pressed for an answer, I’d probably say that my favorite genre of movie is “crime thriller.” They’re usually a pressure cooker of […]

    The Drop: Review

    If I was pressed for an answer, I’d probably say that my favorite genre of movie is “crime thriller.” They’re usually a pressure cooker of […]

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  • For the first time in a handful of years, rain greeted the attendees of Bumbershoot 2014 when they made their way to the Seattle Center […]

    Bumbershoot 2014: Day 1

    For the first time in a handful of years, rain greeted the attendees of Bumbershoot 2014 when they made their way to the Seattle Center […]

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  • Unpredictable, ambitious, and artsy as hell, The Congress is a sci-fi drama by Drafthouse Films with lot to say about the movie industry, as well […]

    The Congress Review

    Unpredictable, ambitious, and artsy as hell, The Congress is a sci-fi drama by Drafthouse Films with lot to say about the movie industry, as well […]

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  • This review contains some light spoilers The most that I knew about As Above, So Below (AASB) going into it was that the poster for the […]

    As Above, So Below Review

    This review contains some light spoilers The most that I knew about As Above, So Below (AASB) going into it was that the poster for the […]

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  •   Pierce Brosnan returns to the spy game though this is not a rehashed Bond film. Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, a CIA agent brought out […]

    The November Man Review

      Pierce Brosnan returns to the spy game though this is not a rehashed Bond film. Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, a CIA agent brought out […]

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  • Oh, the love-hate relationship of best-selling teen romance novels and their movies. Very rarely is anyone satisfied with one or the other. If I Stay […]

    If I Stay Review

    Oh, the love-hate relationship of best-selling teen romance novels and their movies. Very rarely is anyone satisfied with one or the other. If I Stay […]

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  •   Its been a little over three years since Irish director John Michael McDonagh and Brendan Gleeson (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, In […]

    Calvary Review

      Its been a little over three years since Irish director John Michael McDonagh and Brendan Gleeson (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, In […]

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  • The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) franchise has been through many iterations and revamps, but it seems to be a tough series to successfully resurrect. Enter Michael […]

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

    The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) franchise has been through many iterations and revamps, but it seems to be a tough series to successfully resurrect. Enter Michael […]

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  • Who doesn’t love a disaster movie every so often? It’s been nearly 20 years since Twister, so it seems we’re due for another tornado movie, […]

    Into the Storm Review

    Who doesn’t love a disaster movie every so often? It’s been nearly 20 years since Twister, so it seems we’re due for another tornado movie, […]

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  • Guardians of the Galaxy (GotG) is the definition of a “summer blockbuster”. Sci-fi and comic book fans – heck, even action/adventure and popcorn movie fans […]

    Guardians of the Galaxy Review

    Guardians of the Galaxy (GotG) is the definition of a “summer blockbuster”. Sci-fi and comic book fans – heck, even action/adventure and popcorn movie fans […]

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  • The last time I saw Dwayne Johnson in a movie, he cried. Thats right, the friggin Rock cried.  It was almost blasphemous.  Needless to say, […]

    Movie Review: Hercules

    The last time I saw Dwayne Johnson in a movie, he cried. Thats right, the friggin Rock cried.  It was almost blasphemous.  Needless to say, […]

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  • Nobody gave a shit about the Jump Street reboot, but you got lucky. So now this department has invested a lot of money to make […]

    Movie Review: 22 Jumpstreet

    Nobody gave a shit about the Jump Street reboot, but you got lucky. So now this department has invested a lot of money to make […]

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  • Personally, I can’t really think of many other movie franchises that have lasted over the course of nearly half a decade.  There have been a […]

    Movie Review: Godzilla (Jason’s Review)

    Personally, I can’t really think of many other movie franchises that have lasted over the course of nearly half a decade.  There have been a […]

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  • There aren’t too many films written about cooks.  In fact, the only one I can really think of is Ratatouille and that film has very […]

    Movie Review: Chef

    There aren’t too many films written about cooks.  In fact, the only one I can really think of is Ratatouille and that film has very […]

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