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MST3K gets the press it deserves

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Definitive Oral History of a TV Masterpiece in Wired is a long treat. MST3k’s major players start at the beginning and cover everything about the show’s rise and fall, and possible resurrection: 963 more words

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Movie Review - Blind Spot

You never know from where all you’ll get spoilers. I was down to the canteen which serves one of the best chocolate cakes with dark chocolate and here is a lady who replies to the guy who asked me whether the film is over. 403 more words

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Movie Review - Shocking Blue

Shocking Blue had the best opening of the list of films I watched during this film festival. I thought Shocking Blue would be the 32A (best feel good film I watched during last film festival) this time. 493 more words

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Food, Inc. The Real Story

Food Inc, tells the public the hidden truth about farmer’s real job to produce the food for the nation.  Certain farmers have a strict process in which they genetically alter the chickens by putting artificial antibodies in the chicken. 165 more words

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Movie Review - Bright Vision

I’ve never liked the idea of documentaries. Showing things as such makes the movies lose its artistry. But whatever documentaries I’ve watched like Hoop Dreams, Waltz with Bashir have been so good that I thought I had a wrong opinion of documentaries. 289 more words

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My review of Shane Meadows’ “Dead Man’s Shoes”

Not since Travis Bickle has the green army jacket been so chilling.

The plot of Dead Man’s Shoes is fairly straightforward: Richard (Paddy Considine) returns from his time in the army to take revenge on the gang members who tortured his mentally handicapped brother Anthony (Toby Kebbell). 326 more words

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Johnny Depp is Jesus! Or am I Just Reading Too Much into Movies?

The following contains spoilers for Transcendence (2014).  So there!

Last weekend saw the release of Wally Pfister’s directorial debut.  Who is Wally Pfister?  I’m glad you asked!   1,033 more words

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