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Whiplash: Become Buddy Rich or Die Trying

Whiplash tells the story of a 19-year-old named Andrew Neiman (Miles Teller) pursuing greatness. He lives, breathes and bleeds jazz and won’t stop until he is the best. 559 more words

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The Influential and Extremely Fun Horror/Monster Films of 1999

1999 was loaded with fantastic horror/monster films that have stood the test of time, proved to be influential and feature some of the best cinematic deaths via shark attack ever.   1,075 more words

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As Above, So Below: Tomb Raider and the Hunt for the Redeeming Ending

As Above, So Below is not a good film but it tries to rise above the rest. It features an Indiana Jones type heroine and an unexpected ending that left me satisfied and not thinking about the nausea inducing camera work. 700 more words

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Only Lovers Left Alive: The Vampires of Detroit

Jim Jarmusch sure is cool. Only Lovers left Alive is a laid back treasure that takes its time and builds super cool characters. The story of two vampires exploring the Detroit landscape is wonderful, literate and always entertaining. 469 more words

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Ragnarok: A Fun Norwegian Film about Family, Vikings and an Angry Lake Monster

Ragnarok is an earnest little Norweigan film that centers around a family looking for Vikings and finding an angry prehistoric beast. It has a refreshingly simple A/B/C structure and plays like  505 more words

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The MFF Oscar Nominations: Celebrating the Films/Performances/Scripts That Weren't Nominated

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The Oscar nominations were released yesterday and the world is in an uproar! There are front runners, snubs and for some reason people are still shocked. 817 more words

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2015 Horror Movie Preview: Mark's 10 Most Anticipated Horror Films

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2015 is looking like a fun year for horror. Some of the big hitters (Shyamalan, Del Toro) are going back to their roots while Vin Diesel grows a beard and battles witches. 556 more words

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