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Steampunk Movie Review: Sherlock Holmes (2009)

I have seen some criticism about Robert Downey Jr.’s portrayal of everybody’s favorite detective. Sure, he plays the violin, hangs out with Dr. Watson and solves crimes in Victorian England, but some would argue that he is missing the essence of Sherlock Holmes because he spends some of his time running around and getting blown up. 578 more words


Film Review #5: Midnight In Paris ★★★★

Bravo!, Fantastic casting with a gorgeous story and terrific background music. Woody Allen creating an excellent film even in his later years of production, I never believed the simplicity of a man loving Paris would be such an enchanting film. 17 more words

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Rachel McAdams To Join True Detective Season 2 Cast?

Rachel McAdams may well be the next in a line of movie star actors making the jump to HBO’s True Detective this season. It has been reported that the actress has been approached for the role of  professional sheriff, Ani Bezzerides. 70 more words


In 100 words or less: Mean Girls

I love it when a childhood film holds up today. It’s been ten years since Mean Girls was released and not only is it still good, but it’s still one of the most quotable films ever. 78 more words

Review – A Most Wanted Man

Genre: Thriller
Certificate: 15
UK Release Date: 12th September 2014
Runtime: 122 minutes
Director: Anton Corbijn
Writer: Andrew Bovell
Starring: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Daniel Brühl … 499 more words


True Detective Season 2 Has Announced FOUR Leads

If you missed the first season of HBO’s incendiary drama about two detectives investigating a string of occult deaths in the South, then I recommend it with the proviso that you cannot blame me if you don’t sleep for nights afterward and  you understand that there is TO REPEAT extremely EXTREMELY disturbing content.   349 more words


Reviews: "A Most Wanted Man" and "Frank"

A Most Wanted Man

There were few actors who knew how to work an obscenity quite like Philip Seymour Hoffman. Whether he was going for… 995 more words