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Transcendence Review
Transcendence Review
Transcendence Review
 

Transcendence – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
May 16, 2014
 



Transcendence Review: To paraphrase a cliché, judging a book by its’ cover can backfire in the other direction, as I have frequently discovered with cinema.  You might envision that a movie depicting the merger of artificial an...

 
 
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Under The Skin Review poster
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Under The Skin – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
May 2, 2014
 



Under The Skin Review: Some films, regardless of their quality, just haunt you– not in the traditional sense, but rather in the way that it lingers in your mind.  Maybe it’s a stunning visual, a rousing piece of mus...

 
 
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Oculus - Joint Review
Oculus - Joint Review
Oculus - Joint Review

Oculus – Joint Review Josh Adam’s Perspective: “You see what you want to see” If the above tagline made any sense to you, more power to you.  Mirrors have the capacity to bring forth a myriad of emotions...

 
 
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Noah Review
Noah Review
Noah Review
 

Noah – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
April 12, 2014
 



Noah Review: It is important to note that I have no grounds to critique the historical accuracy or inaccuracy of a Bible story.  Suffice to say, I’m familiar enough with the idea of the ark, Noah, animals furry and slimy,...

 
 
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Joint Review
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Joint Review
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Joint Review

Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Joint Review Louis Skye’s Perspective: How do you bring originality to a comic book franchise that has already spanned eight films? By throwing out the rulebook. Captain America...

 
 
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Muppets Most Wanted Review
Muppets Most Wanted Review
Muppets Most Wanted Review
 

Muppets Most Wanted – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
April 7, 2014
 



Muppets Most Wanted Review: I’m not much of a fan of most ‘musicals’, but somehow the late Jim Henson’s creations, even those of lesser quality, manage to draw my interest. There is a musical number in the 8th theatrical ’Muppe...