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Movie Review: The Dark Tower

Article by: Anthony Florez   It's been a real challenge starting a review of The Dark Tower, a film I sincerely enjoyed for what it was, but for some reason feel guilty about liking. Critics are jumping up and down on the movie for being obscure, rushed, and convoluted but the impression that

Movie Review: SPECTRE

Article by: Robert Sommerfield   You know his name. You know his number. After a three year hiatus, James Bond is back with a vengeance... but can it live up to the smashing success of 2012’s Skyfall? Sitting down in the packed theater with my gin martini in hand, my excitement for the

A Look Back on FULL METAL JACKET

Article by: Josh Bradley   “But always remember this: Marines die. That's what we're here for. But the Marine Corps lives forever. And that means YOU live forever.” –Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, Full Metal Jacket   Watching a particular movie to commemorate a day or season is certainly nothing new. However, it’s begun to grow

BACK TO THE FUTURE: A 30-year Retrospective

  Article by: Robert Moore   10/21/15   “Great Scott, has it been that long?” To quote one Dr. Emmett Brown is the perfect way to remind us all that it has in fact been thirty years since the first chapter in the much-revered time travel trilogy was first released to the world. In retrospect,

12 Movies to Know for Oscar Season

Article by: Josh Bradley Featured Img Cred: Toby Canham/Getty Images   The Academy Awards are still five months away. But with so many award-season movies making their debuts at the Venice, Telluride, and Toronto International Film Festivals in September, Oscar discussions have already begun among sad, lonely film geeks. As a sad, lonely film

THE MARTIAN – Movie Review

Article by: Nick DiGiacomo Featured Image: foxmovies.com     The sci-fi book adaptation The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon, hits theaters this weekend, challenging astronaut Mark Watney (Damon), to survive on Mars alone while NASA struggles to bring him home. While Ridley Scott’s past few films have received mixed/poor reviews (Exodus: Gods and

Director Profile: Zack Snyder

Article by: Anthony Florez What is quality? There is this book that will bake your noodle by Robert M. Pirsig that examines this abstract and seemingly subjective question at length and with different modes of reasoning. It's called Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and I highly recommend sitting down with it

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