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Holy Hanna!!!

Sep 27, 2011
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Holy Hanna!!!
Hell hath no fury like a young woman trained by her rogue-CIA operative father to assassinate specific targets! Hanna is the story of a teenage girl who has lived in seclusion with only her father for her whole life. Erik (Eric Bana) has been busy training her to become the ultimate fighting machine. Why? Read More »

TIFF 2011 – my highs and lows

Sep 21, 2011
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TIFF 2011 – my highs and lows
Well, viagra 60mg the Toronto International Film Festival has wrapped up for another year. First off, herbal I need to say, treatment TIFF is truly a world-class event. Just had to throw that out there. Now, on with my musings from what I was able to take in this year. Read More »

Groundhog Day for sci-fi nerds

Sep 6, 2011
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Groundhog Day for sci-fi nerds
Released on DVD this past month was the acclaimed science fiction thriller, buy Source Code. I sat down the other night to see what all the hype was about. Oh, more about and I love a good sci-fi movie. So, I was eager to soak this one up. Read More »

Is Uncle Sam your pusher?

Aug 29, 2011
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Is Uncle Sam your pusher?
Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis grabbed my attention as it seemed to be a documentary focusing on the world economy that we've experienced this past month. What blew me away is that this film was made a year ago. So, and allow me to say, this film is surprisingly accurate and frighteningly prescient. Read More »

SUPER kicks ass, but it is NOT Kick-Ass!

Aug 28, 2011
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SUPER kicks ass, but it is NOT Kick-Ass!
This indie superhero movie virtually passed by the theatres and pretty much went straight to VOD. That's a shame because SUPER features an all-star cast--Rainn Wilson, order Ellan Paige, stuff Liv Tyler and yes, even Kevin Bacon. Wilson stars as, Frank D'Arbo, a boring nobody who's wife (Liv Tyler) leaves him for a shady douchebag (Kevin Bacon). Read More »

Still Moonstruck after all these years…

Aug 18, 2011
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Still Moonstruck after all these years…
I'm a fan of YouTube sensation, web Philip DeFranco. He hosts a few YouTube shows, pancreatitis one of which is dedicated to movies, viagra dosage games and all things cool. It's called LTA (Like Totally Awesome). It features a movie club, of which I consider myself a member. This week LTA movie club looks at the 1986 romantic comedy starring Cher, Moonstruck. Read More »

The Essence of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Aug 17, 2011
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The Essence of Rock ‘n’ Roll
I recently had the opportunity to catch the celebrated documentary, clinic Lemmy, focusing on the iconic master of heavy metal. This 63 year old rock veteran is still kickin' out the jams and living like there's no tomorrow. Read More »

Idiotic Idiocracy

Aug 14, 2011
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Idiotic Idiocracy
A friend of mine recently posted something on his Facebook wall..."have you all seen Idiocracy? I refer to it frequently, web and preface it by saying I can't tell whether or not it's horrible or brilliant." I remember trying to watch it years ago and getting tired and going to bed. I recall it was pretty lame. But, look upon my friend's prompting I decided to try it again. Read More »

Captain America beats his foes red, white and blue

Aug 11, 2011
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Captain America beats his foes red, white and blue
So, case the Marvel brand of comics has been slowly building up its arsenal of great comic-book-inspired films leading up to their big 2012 release, The Avengers. This summer we have two more entries. Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger. I caught the latter recently and wasn't disappointed. Read More »

My Netflix Picks!

Jul 28, 2011
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My Netflix Picks!
As you probably know, prescription there is a rapidly moving shift going on in the world of entertainment distribution. For over half a century now there has been essentially one fairly stagnant method of getting programming out to the masses; through the cable company to the television. But technology can no longer be held back and the future is starting to look very different. What I'm talking about here is the shift in technology and "how" entertainment is presented. The networks have been used to only passing through the boob-tube. But now is the age of YouTube. The computer and it's related technologies have really put the industry on it's ear. Read More »