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Movie Review: Homefront

November 23, 2013
Movie Review: Homefront

Among Jason Statham movies, Homefront is right above the middle: It does what you’d expect, but it does it a bit better than what’s been done before. Statham is Statham, so he’s the secretive outsider with his own code of ethics, and everyone around him is obsessed with violating that code. It’s not much...
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Movie Review: This Is the End

June 13, 2013
Movie Review: This Is the End

I’ve had, for some time, the suspicion that the current comedy troop of Rogen, Hill, Cera, and Franco would eventually get to the point where, instead of a script, they would just sit around and talk. Now we have This Is the End, and if this isn’t the logical conclusion of the gang’s comedy,...
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Movie Review: Spring Breakers

March 22, 2013
Movie Review: Spring Breakers

Lest we forget, Harmony Korine is the guy who got his start writing Larry Clark’s Kids, a film whose characters drank, did drugs, had sex, beat up strangers — all very adult things — and was slapped with an NC-17 rating and a heap of controversy because its characters were all, well, kids. Eighteen...
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Movie Review: Your Highness

April 8, 2011
Movie Review: Your Highness

If you have seen the trailer for Your Highness (directed by David Gordon Green; Pineapple Express, All The Real Girls), then you know exactly what you can expect from the film (I laughed a little during the trailer and I laughed a little during the film). Neither bad, nor good, Your Highness wears it’s severed...
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Oscars 2011: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

February 28, 2011
Oscars 2011: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Okay, here’s my official take on the Academy Award show this year. The entertainment world is abuzz today with reports of how horrible James Franco and Anne Hathaway were as hosts of the show. I think that they are being unfairly maligned. I found Hathaway charming, beautiful, and eager to please. On the other...
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Oscars 2011

February 27, 2011
Oscars  2011

The 2011 Oscars attempted to differentiate itself from past telecasts by bringing in younger hosts (Anne Hathaway and James Franco) and keeping things fresh. The opening montage featuring the best films nominees was quite funny. Though Franco appeared to be a bit out of it *ahem*, Hathaway was engaging and adorable. Hathaway was hilarious...
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Web Froth

February 8, 2011
Web Froth

If you missed it yesterday, there is a new (very scathing) expose on The Church of Scientology in New Yorker magazine.  It’s fascinating stuff.  Director Paul Haggis has defected from the controversial church, and is prominently featured in the post.  It is a lengthy read that further alleges physical and mental abuse within the...
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The Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue

February 1, 2011
The Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue

Each year Vanity Fair magazine picks several actors that are featured on their annual “Hollywood” issue.  The magazine has a reputation for staging some truly beautiful photography, and the issue is generally highly anticipated. For its 17th annual Hollywood issue, the magazine selected 15 stars.  Featured on the cover are: Ryan Reynolds (The Proposal,...
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2011 Academy Award Nominees

January 25, 2011
2011 Academy Award Nominees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the  nominees for the 83rd annual award ceremony this morning. The King’s Speech was the front-runner with 12 nominations. Overall, there weren’t too many surprises. Many were disappointed  that Christopher Nolan did not receive a best director nod, but as a consolation prize, Inception was...
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