Film & Cinema

‘Aloha:’ Movie Review

June 6, 2015 0 Comments
‘Aloha:’ Movie Review

Before American Hustle (2013), I wasn’t too familiar with Bradley Cooper’s work, but he did an okay job playing Carl’s (Jim Carey) best friend in Yes Man (2008), and was worth a good chuckle or two in the Hangover films. Not to mention his role in American Sniper (2014) placed him amongst the pinnacle of […]

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‘San Andreas:’ Movie Review

May 31, 2015 0 Comments
‘San Andreas:’ Movie Review

Science never ceases to provide any stretch of imagination regarding our world and how it is always changing. With that, natural disaster films begin to take shape and form, ever since the early transitions from silent films to major motion pictures. We’ve had films about Volcanos, Floods, Fires, Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and even events on a […]

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‘Welcome To Me:’ Movie Review

May 31, 2015 0 Comments
‘Welcome To Me:’ Movie Review

Who doesn’t want to be like Oprah Whinfey? That’s actually a rhetorical question, but there is no question that plenty of women would switch places with her in a heartbeat. All any woman would need to do is build a ton of beneficial connections, establish your own unique personality, produce, direct and star in their […]

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‘Pitch Perfect: 2’ Movie Review

May 24, 2015 0 Comments
‘Pitch Perfect: 2’ Movie Review

I’m not a big fan of musicals, dancing or sports films. Not unless the screenwriters are planning to surprise me with something that’s different from the normal musical/dancing/sports film flowchart. Pitch Perfect: 2 does almost nothing to accomplish this, which is probably why so many people have gone to see it within the past two […]

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‘The Age of Adaline:’ Movie Review

May 22, 2015 0 Comments
‘The Age of Adaline:’ Movie Review

This is the type of film you would watch when you need a unique perspective on what it would be like to live forever. The Age of Adaline provides a unique sense of mystery, followed by an interesting concept for views (especially women): a woman who can not only live forever, but also cannot age […]

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Movie Review

May 15, 2015 1 Comment
‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Movie Review

What do you call a film that is absent the glamor, flash, hype and all of the automobiles being driven look like total shit? I’m not sure, but I like to call it the anti-Fast & Furious. That’s basically what you get when you think of ‘Mad Max.’ The iconic George Miller trilogy finally returns […]

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‘Hot Pursuit:’ Movie Review

May 14, 2015 0 Comments
‘Hot Pursuit:’ Movie Review

Unfortunately, Hollywood has reused and rehashed the buddy comedy routine to the point of recognition. Some people would suggest that we shouldn’t try to reinvent the wheel. If we had it their way, we would still most likely be riding around in horse carriages and buggies. Needless to say, old skits can be presented as […]

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‘Adult Beginners:’ Movie Review

May 9, 2015 0 Comments
‘Adult Beginners:’ Movie Review

I don’t only watch Blockbusters, you know. Every once in a while, I like to take the path less taken and watch a good ol’ indie film. I find that Blockbusters are like listening to modern pop music. No matter how terrible it actually is, regardless of how poorly it does in sales during its […]

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‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’ Movie Review

May 6, 2015 1 Comment
‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’ Movie Review

“Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.” Sounds like the title to every 80’s movie I’ve ever heard (e.g., Rambo: First Blood Part 2). I can’t recall scene-by-scene of the original film. Then again, how complex could the film be when the entire film could simply be summarized by watching the trailer. Overweight mall cop, who takes […]

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‘Child 44:’ Movie Review

April 29, 2015 1 Comment
‘Child 44:’ Movie Review

I’ve always been a fan of World World II films, the most recent (and one of my favorites) being The Imitation Game (2014). However, I can actually say that I am not a big fan of this movie. Then again, the setting doesn’t actually takes place in World War II, so I guess its okay. […]

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