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Danny Collins Review poster
Danny Collins Review poster
Danny Collins Review poster
 

Danny Collins – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 30, 2015
 



Danny Collins Review: There are several fundamental plot flaws that keep Dan Fogelman’s new movie Danny Collins from being as good as it might be. There are several veterans actors who prevent it from being as maudlin and sappy...

 
 
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The Seven Types Of Cinemagoer
The Seven Types Of Cinemagoer
The Seven Types Of Cinemagoer

The Seven Types Of Cinemagoer Cinema compatibility is one of those tests that I think every couple should go through before they even think of a life time of commitment with one another. Much like taking a holiday together or l...

 
 
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The Gunman - Joint Review
The Gunman - Joint Review
The Gunman - Joint Review

The Gunman – Joint Review Josh’s Perspective: An all-too-familiar feeling surrounds director Pierre Morel’s latest film The Gunman.  As the saying goes, familiarity does occasionally breed contempt.  I cannot recomm...

 
 
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Still Alice Review
Still Alice Review
Still Alice Review
 

Still Alice – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 26, 2015
 



Still Alice Review: If I’m not mistaken, this is the last film from the 2015 Oscar season I’ll write about. That was quite a run, with many surprises as well as disappointments. And I might as well be blunt : ‘Still Alice’ is a...

 
 
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Promotion & Interview - Simon Pearce
Promotion & Interview - Simon Pearce
Promotion & Interview - Simon Pearce

Interview – Simon Pearce Synopsis: The Carnacki Institute exists to Do Something about ghosts. When reports of the supernatural from an old village hall point to an apparently standard haunting, an elite team of Ghost Fin...

 
 
Promotion
 
'Fear' - A Short Film
'Fear' - A Short Film
'Fear' - A Short Film

‘Fear’ – A Short Film Fear pays homage to the ‘Master of Suspense’, Alfred Hitchcock. It depicts a woman and her struggles with little things that build to horrific proportions. The most insidious ...