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Extended Review: The Pianist (2002)

The first war film created following the events of 9/11 provides some hope.

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Oscar Winning Movies 2014: The stories with a difference

A memoir of the struggles of a nineteenth century slave, a man who falls in love with his computer, an insight into the life of backup singers, the story of a lady who took to recreation at the worst of times, an old-time novelist going down the memory lane on a walk down the road, a positive attempt at treating an impossible human condition, and an account of an AIDS patient fighting out his tough times. 1,047 more words

Movie Review "12 Years a Slave”

Continuing my review of the Oscar nominations, I watched “12 Years a Slave”. Considering how many nominations and wins it received I had high expectations. To which, most were met. 361 more words

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12 Years a Slave

Wow, wow, wow. Steve McQueen’s third feature film 12 Years a Slave is a masterful recreation of the true-life story of Solomon Northup and his time as a slave in the Louisiana Bayou pre-American Civil War.

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American Hustle

American Hustle, the latest David O. Russell flick, brings together brilliant cast performances and several horrible hairstyles.

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The Grandmaster Blu-ray Review

For the love of cinema, enough of the Ip Man films!

Blu-Ray Review

Oscar Wrap Up!

LUPITA WON!

My sister and I cheered when we heard her name. What a beautiful woman she is! 12 Years would not have been the same without her portrayal of Patsy. 255 more words