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by / on July 29, 2014 at 3:00 am / in Reviews, Vault Reviews

VAULT REVIEW: A LIFE LESS ORDINARY

Ugg Boots Clearance SaleUgg Boots Clearance OutletUgg Boots Clearance Sale OutletUgg Boots Sale ClearanceCheap Clearance Ugg Boots Uggs Boots SaleDiscount Uggs Boots There was a time when just the idea of Cameron Diaz in a film titled Sex Tape would […]

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by / on May 7, 2013 at 10:56 am / in News

EWAN MCGREGOR SIGNS UP FOR JANE GOT A GUN

It started out as this: Natalie Portman (Jane) Michael Fassbender (Hero) Joel Edgerton (Villain) Then… Natalie Portman (Jane) Joel Edgerton (Hero) Jude Law (Villain) Then… Natalie Portman (Jane) Joel Edgerton (Hero) Bradley Cooper (Villain) Well, now, it’s Ewan McGregor who […]

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by / on May 22, 2012 at 3:00 am / in Editorials, Everything Else

ARE YOU DOWN WITH LOVE?

This week I’m talking about one of my favorite movies–a film so unbelievably underrated I hardly know anyone who has seen or heard of it, despite the fact that it stars two Hollywood heavyweights.  I’m talking about Down With Love, […]

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by / on November 19, 2011 at 3:00 pm / in DVD Reviews, Reviews

DVD REVIEW: BEGINNERS

Why is it that the majority of movies I’ve reviewed so far for this site have either been terrible, so terrible-they’re-good, or good-but-incredibly depressing? Beginners is about a man named Oliver Fields (Ewan McGregor) who is trying to move on […]

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by / on October 13, 2011 at 3:02 pm / in Reviews, Vintage Vault

MODERN CLASSIC COLUMB: STAR WARS EPISODE III: REVENGE OF THE SITH (2005)

“So this is how liberty dies – to thunderous applause” Introduction Star Wars Episode III is what everyone was waiting for. The title “Revenge of the Sith” already had the Star Wars fans excited for the final prequel. Hopes were […]

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by / on July 12, 2011 at 1:38 am / in Reviews, Theatrical Reviews

NEW RELEASE REVIEW: BEGINNERS

At first Beginners appears to be a movie that is destined to go wrong in all the right places.  It’s loosely based on director Mike Mills’ personal experience of learning in his late 30s that his 75 year-old father not […]

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