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Movie Review: The World’s End

August 23, 2013
Movie Review: The World’s End

Who else but Edgar Wright can draw so much pathos and emotion from almost nothing at all? “Nothing” in the sense that when his best films Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and now, The World’s End jerk you into seriousness, you’re surprised by how you care about the characters – before then it’s...
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A Bromance For The Ages

February 7, 2013
A Bromance For The Ages

Although the term “bromance” might be a relatively recent term, male-male bonding has been going on for nearly as long as movies have been around. Here are some of the most historic bromances you can find on film – from some of the most classic top comedy films to more dramatic fare. The Classic Comedic Duos -...
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Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

June 2, 2012
Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

I don’t know what the point of this movie is. at times, it’s great to look at, and has some clever visuals such as dipping Charlize Theron in ivory or having her vanish in a murder of crows…or ravens, which are probably the right birds, seeing as how her name is Ravenna. She’s the...
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Movie Review: Attack the Block

September 1, 2011
Movie Review: Attack the Block

In many ways,  Attack the Block (directed by Joe Cornish), is the movie I wish Super 8 had been. Being one of several, high-concept, sci-fi, alien-themed films released this year, Attack the Block stands out among the crowd for it’s strong story-telling, great performances, even pacing and innovative alien design.  The fact that is also...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Paul’

March 14, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Paul’

I’m a shameful(less?) Anglophile, which in turn makes me an unabashed(ful) Francophobe, and some of the tenderest English patches of my otherwise iron heart are reserved for Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and, of course, Edgar Wright, the three gents who, through their collaborations in such fine works as the sitcom Spaced, and the films, Shaun...
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