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I, Frankenstein Review
I, Frankenstein Review
I, Frankenstein Review
 

I, Frankenstein – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 4, 2014
 



I, Frankenstein Review: Where to even start with this film. Akin to Frankenstein’s monster, this film is a grotesque mishmash of elements that really don’t fit well together.  As with last year’s Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunter...

 
 
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12 Years A Slave Review
12 Years A Slave Review
12 Years A Slave Review

12 Years A Slave Review: “I don’t want to survive, I want to live” Steve McQueen’s latest masterpiece, 12 Years a Slave is compelling, melancholy and touching.  Not everyone will be able to stomach this film in its entire...

 
 
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Nebraska Review
Nebraska Review
Nebraska Review
 

Nebraska – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 1, 2014
 



Nebraska Review: *CAUTION – POSSIBLE SPOILERS* Have you ever driven through Nebraska?  If not, I’ll illuminate the scenery for you.  There’s a lot of corn.  Not to disparage the Cornhusker State by any means, but if one w...

 
 
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August: Osage County Review
August: Osage County Review
August: Osage County Review
 

August: Osage County – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 30, 2014
 



August: Osage County Review: Perhaps the reference is lost to the British viewer but all the title needs to tell you is that August in Osage County is hot. The heat is stifling, and the dark manor house that is home to the fami...

 
 
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Inside Llewyn Davis Review
Inside Llewyn Davis Review
Inside Llewyn Davis Review
 

Inside Llewyn Davis – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 23, 2014
 



Inside Llewyn Davis Review: If you haven’t seen a Coen Brothers movie at this point, shame on you.  While not all of their films are equally entertaining, they are all perfectly unique, yet the same.  If that doesn’t make sense...

 
 
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Rush Review
Rush Review
Rush Review
 

Rush – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 19, 2014
 



Rush Review: As a child we probably all had that one toy that was kept on the top shelf – to be revered and not touched. More often than not, a part of that reverence has seeped into many other aspects of life. I once bought an...