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2/28/2015
Will Smith was once one of the top leading men in Hollywood. Smith could open a movie over 4th of July weekend and obliterate the competition with ease, but then After Earth took place.
2/28/2015
If you thought Birdman was dark, Barry Levinson’s The Humbling goes to an even darker place. The film, starring Al Pacino, has one thing in common with Alejandro G.
2/22/2015
While Netflix already is recognized in award circuits, most notably by the Emmys for their series House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, their political documentary Virunga s
2/21/2015
The new film The D.U.F.F premiered yesterday; a teen comedy focusing on the pressures of high school such as, peer pressure and self-image, bullying and cyber-bullying.
2/18/2015
If there is a God, have him bless Laika. Formed in 2005, the company has been keeping stop-motion animation within the American market thanks to Coraline and ParaNorman.
2/18/2015
Begin Again is the kind of movie destined for the discount bin, but thanks to an incredibly strong cast and a delightful group of songs, Once director John Carney’s latest film is a spar
2/14/2015
In a post 9/11 world, James Bond had to subside his goofy, cheeky characteristics to adjust to a serious, bleaker world.
2/14/2015
Julianne Moore finally realized that the one way to win an Oscar is to play a sick person.
2/8/2015
It is said that lightening doesn’t strike twice and The Wachowski siblings are experiencing that with their latest intergalactic sci-fi adventure, Jupiter Ascending.
2/7/2015
There’s a reason why a typical SpongeBob Squarepants narrative — be it moderately silly or completely bonkers — runs about 10-15 minutes long, max.
1/27/2015
How many different ways can you tell the same story?
1/25/2015
Cake is a classic example of a film’s quality not being up to par with its main performer’s work.

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