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NIght Moves

Frankly, i find myself impatient and complaining about its slowness. Jessie is haunting and Dakota is weak and thats why this movie leaves numbness in me. 14 more words

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Super Nani (2014) Movie Review (3/5) - Rekha Is Indeed Super

It is always a super sight to see Rekha on screen. And then when she makes a full-fledged return to the big screen in an author backed role, it is a matter of further delight. 657 more words

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Deliver Us From Evil (***) survives

Deliver Us From Evil – 2014

Director Scott Derrickson
Starring Eric Bana, Édgar Ramírez, Olivia Munn, Sean Harris, Joel McHale
Screenplay by Derrickson and Paul Harris Boardman… 484 more words

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One Band, New Sound?

When I was in fifth grade, I decided I wanted to play an instrument. At our elementary school, we had the chance to try out different instruments snd learn about band and orchestra. 596 more words

Alexandra Shipp

Boyhood Movie Review

Twelve years in the making and it is filmed over time every summer. WOW!

Boyhood stars Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Lorelei Linklater who is, by the way, the director’s daughter, and a handful of talented actors. 247 more words


Monthly Movie Mini-Reviews: October 2014

Her Master’s Voice (2012) – A very endearingly heartfelt video memoir of a female ventriloquist remembering and mourning her dead mentor. With some poignant as well as lighthearted anecdotes from others in the ventriloquism field, and clips from a ventriloquism convention, it is both a colorful yet sad, and altogether heart-warming, watch. 544 more words

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There have been some very bad movies released this year and this doozie is definitely one of the worst.  I almost didn’t even want to write a review as I feel like I’m wasting as much of my time on it that they made me waste watching it and that was enough, so expect this to be very short and simple, to the point. 503 more words