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Untrusting Neighbors: Dawn of the Planet of The Apes and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

In the near future, two neighboring groups struggle to co-exist in the land around them. Mistrust, betrayal, resentment, and fear plague both sides as certain members of the group try to find a way to co-existence and peace and others work to disrupt. 440 more words

Non-Fiction

Rite, The (2011)

Lame, stupid, boring, & insulting. The characters are dull, the story is weak, the plot is haphazard & nonsensical. You feel nothing for anyone in this film. 16 more words

Film Review

TV Reviews: ‘Our Planet From The Air’ Bolsters BBC4’s Eco-aware Programming

‘Our Planet From The Air’ is a 90 minute masterpiece of ecological film-making.

Award winning French film-maker Luc Besson and Director / ariel photographer Yann Arthaus-Bertrand believe that the path of humans decimating Earth’s resources must be stopped before we destroy 40 million years of evolution… 339 more words

Freelance Journalist

I Am Legend (2007) Review

Plot : A virus that was created to battle cancer was given to some cancer patients, the results looked promising. A few years later the virus mutates into a plague that wipes out most of the population in New York,and maybe even the world. 521 more words

Horror

The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

“Anybody interested in grabbing a couple of burgers and hittin’ the cemetery?” – Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman)

Films that deal with dysfunctional families fall on two sides of a line — they either make audiences laugh at absurdity or push the audience to feel sadness or catharsis from their depth. 424 more words

Film

Movie Review: Edge of Tomorrow (2014) ****

  All You Need Is Kill, written by Hiroshi Sakurazaka has been adapted by Doug Limar. Even I have to admit that I wasn’t expected Edge of Tomorrow… 506 more words

Mary Grace Nguyen

Movie review: 'The Wanderers'

I liked “The Wanderers” when I saw it in a theater 35 years ago (wow, that’s a long time) and I’ve seen it a few (a dozen?) times since. 1,031 more words

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