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Telluride Film Review: 'Escobar: Paradise Lost'

A Canadian surfer finds himself in the deadliest closeout of his life — on dry land — in “Escobar: Paradise Lost,” which imagines that downfall of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar (played by Benicio Del Toro) as seen through the eyes of a naive acolyte drawn into his web. 797 more words


Is it worth a trip to the cinema? "Guardians of the Galaxy"

Call it what you want! The Avengers Revamped. The Avengers Outlaw Edition. Not Another Marvel Superhero Flick.

Regardless, you can’t go your whole life without spending 2 hours of your life flexing your laughter muscles and revisiting good old classic 70s-80s songs. 1,624 more words


REVIEW: "Guardians of the Galaxy"

I don’t know if anyone expected Marvel’s cinematic universe to be the humongous global success that it has become. The comic book giant’s first wave of films brought most of its heavy hitters to the big screen and millions of people to the theaters to watch them. 796 more words

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Sin City (2005) vs. Sin City A Dame to Kill For (2014)

“That’s one damn fine coat you’re wearin’…”


I’ll start with this. Both of these movies are fuckin’ badass. I went to Texas premier of Sin City 2 with very high expectations.  568 more words

#TBT: The Usual Suspects: Truth From So Many Angles (DVD Review)

At Hollywood Jesus, we’re doing a month-long look at our favorite indie films. Here’s another of my favorites, this time a crime noir about a mismatched band of thieves who find themselves tangled in a bigger conspiracy. 516 more words

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Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Director: James Gunn

Runtime: 121 minutes

Who’s in it? Chris Pratt plays Peter Quill, intergalactic scavenger and future galaxy guardian. His job is to listen to 80s mix tapes and make all men in the cinema feel wildly insecure about their flabby mid-sections and lack of a cardio regime. 422 more words


Sin City Review

I watched this film for the first time a few months ago, and absolutely hated it. In retrospect, it may have been because of circumstances that were completely outside of the film that were distracting me, but I couldn’t even make it all the way through it. 1,141 more words

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