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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

A simple benchmark question for judging the merits of this “blockbuster of the year” is: if this film did not have almost 40 years of nostalgia-filled cultural context and cult following, would it be acclaimed as a cinematic triumph on its own merits? 201 more words

Film Reviews

The More Things Stay The Same, The More They Change

Have you noticed, ‘The more things change, the more they stay the same.’ And yet, the more things stay the same, the more they change. 503 more words

Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to Netflix in September

It seems like Netflix wants to compete with Video on Demand services in a big way!

One of the huge early releases of the summer, … 173 more words

Movies And Trailers

My favourite uncle

Growing up, we’ve all had our favourite uncles, aunts and cousins. There were some ‘go to’ aunts and uncles, who indulged us, some whom we went to for advice and then again, others whom we didn’t bother with. 340 more words

Everyday Moments

We Never Go Out of Style: A Review of Guy Ritchie's 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'

The thick air of August is announcing the end of the summer, as will the slowing number of blockbusters that will make their way to our local theaters. 752 more words


The Coin-Op Question: E3 or Comic-Con?

Real Talk By: KJ
E3 gives players early access to games from the indie community to mega AAA releases.  67 more words

Real Talk

In summer movies, it’s sequels vs. reboots

Dinosaurs didn’t stand the test of time, but that didn’t stop tinkerers from reincarnating their genetically modified brethren, hoping to reap enormous wealth. That’s the premise of the Jurassic Park movies, of course, but it’s also a metaphor for what Comcast-owned Universal Pictures just did with its dino-franchise. 298 more words