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Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG for some Violence

Directed by: Jay Russell

Written by: Jeffrey Lieber & James V. 733 more words


Life Review

Life offers a respite from the ongoing debate over whether critics and moviegoers unfairly savage films based on true stories by rigorously fact checking them and then offering up discrepancies between the celluloid world and the historical record. 896 more words


Movie Review: The Boxtrolls (2014)

The Boxtrolls

Starring- Ben Kingsley, Jared Harris, Nick Frost, Richard Ayoade, Tracy Morgan, Dee Bradley Baker, Steve Blum, Nika Futterman, Pat Fraley, Fred Tatasciore, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Elle Fanning… 1,296 more words

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Ender's Game

The special effects were amazing. The set designs were creative on a large scale. The “battle sequences” between teams in training were thought out beautifully. A futuristic style of “Laser Tag” comes to mind. 168 more words


A brief word on food.

One of the cornerstones of our society is the necessity of food. While our bodies can survive for nearly three weeks without it (Gandhi, yep the “Be the change you wish to see in the world guy”, also known as Sir Ben Kingsley to others…. 514 more words

Matt MacDonald

Exodus: Gods and Kings review

Director: Ridley Scott

Starring: Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Aaron Paul, Ben Kingsley, Issac Andrews, Maria Valverde, John Turturro, Ben Mendelsohn, Sigourney Weaver

Off the back of the classics Alien and Blade Runner, Ridley Scott has cemented his place in the twenty first century with the hits Black Hawk Down, American Gangster and Prometheus. 274 more words


The lunatics are redefining the asylum: A critical analysis of "Stonehearst Asylum" (2014)

Poor Edgar Allan Poe. The man is arguably our greatest literary treasure, but he sure does get hijacked sometimes for atmospheric purposes. His name adds legitimacy to projects and his works are in public domain, so it’s seen as a win-win for everyone, except maybe Poe, whose tense and psychological tales are often poorly exploited Not so in “Stonehearst Asylum.” 774 more words