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The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) ☆☆(2/4) : A sweet but mellow cuisine conflict

  “The Hundred-Foot Journey” is a sweet but mellow cuisine conflict which gets clumsily overcooked during its first half and then gets tediously undercooked during its second half. 1,021 more words


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Million Dollar Arm (2014) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4) : Another outsourcing from India

 “Million Dollar Arm” is a mild sports movie with a little dose of good will and local flavor. You can easily guess what you are going to get if you are aware of that this is your average Disney family movie, but it is disappointing to see the movie staying on its formulaic playbook packed with bland strategies including clichés and stereotypes, and that is really a shame considering that its story is about an interesting case of outsourcing which did happen in real life as shown at the end of the movie. 874 more words


The Academy Awards Never Win

The nominations are in and the stage is set for another Academy Awards next month. Strangely enough, the Oscar nominees elicit a weird reaction every time they’re announced. 737 more words


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She Is...Feeling 22- Sort Of

As I reflect on 22 years of life, I have finally come to terms with who I am and what I want to be. It hasn’t been an easy journey, but I have God to thank for bringing me where I am now. 639 more words


Project Almanac - Movie Review by Avery Hinks

Project Almanac is directed by Dean Israelite and stars Johnny Weston. It follows a high school student named David, and his friends, who one day stumble upon an uncompleted time machine in his basement that was left by his dad, who died many years ago. 838 more words