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With all of the Hollywood hype fading away after the yearly dose of saccharine that was the Academy Awards, it’s time to refresh the palate with some great films away from the western mainstream. From hyper-violence movie blood...

 
 
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Review: Roy and Lucas drive their growling Chevy Chevelle down the highway. Little Alton silently reads comics in the back by flashlight, blue goggles over his eyes. The news comes over the radio; a kidnap alert for Alton Meyer...

 
 
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It’s no secret by now that I absolutely hated Mad Max: Fury Road. I had originally come to the conclusion that I didn’t need to write anything about it since everyone else already had, and for some reason everything they wrote ...

 
 
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2016 promises to be a decade defining year at the movies, but first, here’s a quick reminder of all that last year had to offer: The Avengers reassembled, someone thought it would be a good idea to make a new dinosaur, Tom Crui...

 
 
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When referring to the ideology behind film adaptations, there will always be a constant debate into which is the optimum medium to tell a story. Coupled with this notion is the concept of whether or not we need to first read th...

 
 
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Acting is a difficult talent although some may disagree but to be able to pretend to be someone else and portray the emotions their character is feeling in a believable and natural way is honestly quite hard. To be able to deli...