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My Man Godfrey #MovieReview

Film 124 in the “1001 Films to See Before You Die” is 1936’s “My Man Godfrey”. This film is written by Morrie Ryskind and is based on a short novel by Eric Hatch entitled “1101 Park Avenue”. 530 more words

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American Sniper (2015) - Film Review

American Sniper is directed by Clint Eastwood and stars Bradley Cooper in an adaptation of the autobiography of real-life Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle.  Kyle earned the reputation as being the deadliest sniper in US military history and the film tells the story of his reasons for joining the military, his experiences during four tours of duty in Iraq and the consequences for himself and his family. 355 more words

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Birdman (2014) review

‘Birdman’ is the latest film from director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, and it is quite a departure from what he has done before. ‘Birdman’ features Michael Keaton as a washed up actor desperate to prove himself after becoming a ‘has been’ post starring in a popular superhero franchise. 261 more words

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Wreck-it Ralph Review

One of the best animated films that came out in 2012 was Disney’s Wreck-it Ralph. Grossing over $471 million worldwide, the film was considered a commercial success. 315 more words

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Sundance Film Festival: Education documentary "Most Likely To Succeed" doesn't show its work

As a documentary about life in an alternative charter school in San Diego called High Tech High, Greg Whiteley’s documentary “Most Likely To Succeed” is fun and engaging. 480 more words

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The Theory of Everything (2014, dir. James Marsh)

Alright. So, I’m guessing everyone knows what this is all about? No? What a surprise… it’s been EVERYWHERE. Basically, Eddie Redmayne portrays the life of Stephen Hawking from when he first found out about his illness till present time. 596 more words

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American Sniper is a testament to these ethically complex times- a brilliant pro-war and anti-war movie

“After America fought (and lost) the War in Vietnam in the sixties and seventies, there was a real need to put some time behind us before we could begin to deal with the real pain of war veterans.  41 more words

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