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The 100 foot journey/project X double header

Somehow “project x” & “the 100 foot long journey” ended up being an interesting Franco double feature. Not as good as my Gravity & Nebraska mash-up during Oscar screening season but somehow a good study in contrasts. 76 more words


To Remake or Not To Remake. That is the Question.

I’m on the record saying I hate remakes. If it was genius in the first place, why mess with it? If it stunk, why bring it back? 336 more words

Film History

Top 5 Movies that could (or should) Be ReMade!

Howdy Ho!! Did you miss me?!? No!?… Well fine! I didn’t miss you either!….. (Holds back the tears) Anyway. I’ve been inspired by my good friend over on twitter, @TrendyNerdyCool (Who has a much more awesomer site then this piece of shit your reading right now!) She posted a list of films she felt, deserved reboots/remakes! 507 more words

Wall Street California

When Robin Williams took his own life ending what was perhaps one of the most celebrated careers in Hollywood history, the world stopped and took notice of Williams and his incredibly diverse body of work. 1,368 more words


Classics or remakes?

In Every football related site you recently have visited you can read about the Predator remakes that Adidas is doing for it’s 20th anniversary! They are remaking the Predator 1994, Accelerator 1998 and Mania 2002. 57 more words


The Last House On The Left (2009) _WATCH ONLINE_

IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 from 45,685 votes
Release: 2009
Genre: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Director: Dennis Iliadis
Stars: Garret Dillahunt, Monica Potter, Tony Goldwyn

Synopsis: While being transported by two detectives in a car, the dangerous criminal Krug is rescued by his brother Francis and his girlfriend Sadie, and they brutally kill the detectives. 150 more words


My Year With Meryl: The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Everyone loves a good villain. Actors often say that it’s boring to play the hero and that it’s a lot more fun to be the bad guy—therefore it’s surprising to note that in more than fifty motion pictures, Meryl has rarely played evil. 982 more words

Meryl Streep