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24 October 2014

Boyhood Leads Gotham Nominations

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Yesterday the nominations for the Gotham Awards were announced and no surprise Boyhood led the nominations with four, Best Feature, Best Actor (Ethan Hawke), Best Actress, (Patricia Arquette), and Breakthrough …


21 October 2014

Halloween Horror-Watch: Re-Animator

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Halloween is imminent, and it’s time to mass-watch some scary movies. Personally, this is my favourite time of year, so I am going to try and post a few extra, …

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19 October 2014

Just Another Horror Flick All Dolled Up – Annabelle

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First things first, I gotta come clean and tell you that I have an ongoing fear of dolls and puppets. I don’t really have a specific memory of where this …


17 October 2014

Watch Two Night Stand to Fall in Love with Miles Teller

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… that’s an order. I mean it. If you let awards-ready Sundance hit Whiplash go to wide release without already knowing and loving the work of one of the best young …


09 October 2014

Been Here Before: This Is Where I Leave You

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It appears that going back home for a funeral is still the best way to find love and experience a journey of self-discovery. Dating back to classic films like The …

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07 October 2014

See This: The One I Love

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This is a Cabin in the Woods-type movie. I don’t mean a riveting and inventive take on the horror genre (though it is, in some ways, that too; sort of), …

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06 October 2014

The Unforgettable Gone Girl

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About a year ago I read the Gillian Flynn book “Gone Girl.” Every year I try I to read a book that is going to be made into either a …


20 September 2014

Wit, Heartbreak, and a Background in Comedy

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The Skeleton Twins is both incredibly witty, heartbreaking, and one of my favorite films of the Year, so far! If you asked me over the years which generation of Saturday …


19 September 2014

The Oscar Race: Early Analysis

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I know what you are thinking, yes its only September, but with festival circuit in full swing, Telluride, Venice, and Toronto, it’s time to start talking about and predicting this …

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17 September 2014

TIFF ’14: War in Many Forms

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’71- screenplay by Gregory Burke; directed by Yann Demange Impish Skins star Jack O’Connell has well and truly left the fun and juvenility of Cook behind him. The whole of Yann …


13 September 2014

Sin City 2: Is that the best you can do, you pansies?

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So, it turns out there is a window of opportunity to make a sequel to a popular ‘R’ rated movie. Based on the abysmal performance of the latest Sin City, …


12 September 2014

Binge Watching The Purge: Anarchy

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When I first became aware of the concept behind the first Purge film, I was intrigued. I believed that the idea of a free-for-all crime night would serve well for …


10 September 2014

TIFF ’14: The Last Five Years

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Director Richard LaGravenese did right by Jason Robert Brown and his off-Broadway masterpiece The Last Five Years. From casting to small script additions to keeping Hollywood out of it and …


07 September 2014

What Happened to Summer 2014 at the Movies?

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The statistic all over the Internet, troubling studio executives and producers of the world, is the domestic summer box office was down 14.6 percent from last year. Some films found …

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