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Bleed For This - DVD & Blu-Ray Review

“…the biggest lie I was ever told: It is not that simple. And it is a lie they tell you over and over again…All of it. 681 more words


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As you guys know, I sometimes write for We Make Movies On Weekends, which is a wonderful site for film lovers. This is my latest review for them.

Bleed For This

Director: Ben Younger
Starring: Miles Teller, Aaron Eckhart & Ciaran Hinds
Synopsis: The inspirational story of World Champion Boxer Vinny Pazienza who, after a near fatal car crash which left him not knowing if he’d ever walk again, made one of sports most incredible comebacks. 613 more words

Dvd Review

Sully (2016) {spoiler alert}

“Brace for impact.”

An emotionally charged tale of survival against all odds, made possible because of the lightning fast decision taken by a brave pilot – that is Sully, and Clint Eastwood brings it to life with flawless brilliance. 748 more words

The Core

The Core

Today, I am going to take a look at one of the most infamously terrible natural disaster movies: 2003’s The Core.

The plot of… 1,021 more words


Sully (2016)

Things I’m thankful for today:

  1. The stoic attitude I had all day yesterday. This isn’t to be confused with cynicism or apathy. It was simply a feeling of emotional distance that allowed me to work and proceed without worry, fear, or paranoia.
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Film Reviews


//- lackluster film focuses on the trivial aftermath and quite frankly I was bored.

London Has Fallen (2016)

There is a point in the awful London Has Fallen when the boiling protagonist (Gerard Butler) is beating the hell out of a bad guy while embarking on a profanity-laced diatribe about the staying power of America. 512 more words