Category: Movie Reviews

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Les Misérables (2012) Review

verybody exits the theater in the evening, and since they have entered the theater, a snowstorm has erupted. There are inches of snow on the ground and more falling. Everybody is sobbing while they clean off their cars.

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Avenge! The Avengers Review

Viewed in the theaters in 2D. Let’s be honest here, The Avengers was never meant to be a canonical cinematic masterpiece. Since it was first even hinted at it was always going to be one thing: spectacle.  Throw some of today’s biggest actors (and one actress) into a pot, let simmer for an hour and […]

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The Hunger Games: Book to Movie Translation

I was watching a Neil deGrasse Tyson interview the other day and he was asked, as an astrophysicist, if anything bothers him about fictional science in sci-fi movies. Part of his answer was off topic, it was that he DESPISES people who go to a movie and then continually talk about the book being better. Honestly, the only way […]

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The Hunger Games Review

The Hunger Games, the new blockbuster directed by Gary Ross, is a surprising big budget picture that, unlike most popcorn films today, has a point to it other than making money.  That’s not to say the filmmakers, producers and studios are not interested in the bottom line; there is the obvious built-in audience from the […]

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Will’s Take on John Carter

Yes, I saw John Carter.  I did not want to see this movie.  I thought I never would see this movie.  But I did.  I don’t know what had the worse effect, the large popcorn and Reese’s Pieces on my stomach, or this film on my eyes and brain. John Carter was extraordinarily bad.  Never […]

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John Carter Review

John Carter suffers from a few problems, most of which are not to the fault of the filmmakers, that end up hindering its quality.  And despite those problems the movie almost surpasses expectations.  Almost. John Carter centers around its main character of the same name (played by Taylor Kitsch).  Carter is a former Confederate soldier […]

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Impressions of HBO’s Game Change

Wow, Sarah Palin is an idiot.  Just in case you didn’t think that before and/or you didn’t realize how big of an idiot she is, the docudrama Game Change spells it out for you nice and clear.  In fact, the movie makes her out to be such a dolt that if any of her stupidity […]

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