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Very Good Girls(2013, Naomi Foner)

Since I’ve already told you how much I love Marvel, you already know I enjoyed watching Ant-Man. And if you’ve read my first blog post you’d know I had in plan to review this movie as well. 498 more words

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On November 20 “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” was released…

Today on November 20, 2009 “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” was released in theaters, a sequel to 2008’s “Twilight,” and adapted from Stephenie Meyer’s 2006 novel, “New Moon.” The movie was released by Summit Entertainment (a subsidiary of Lions Gate Entertainment). 378 more words


Classic Review Friday – Tony Scott’s “Man on Fire” (2004)

A slick, stylized violence permeates Tony Scott’s Man on Fire, which is as much a story about rebirth as it is about revenge. The critics balked at the vigilantism of Denzel Washington’s John Creasy as he tears through a Mexican kidnapping cartel responsible for the death of a young girl, but this film is much more about a man’s abortive redemption than pleasure-seeking violence. 849 more words

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Son of Swami picks the football division quarterfinals

The football state playoffs are down to the Elite Eight in all eight divisions, meaning teams are only two wins from playing in Ford Field and the Son of Swami is only three weeks from entering a monastery in Tibet. 516 more words


Son of Swami has 64 football district champs, no upsets

The first round of the high school football playoffs proved to be a rather upsetting weekend of football frenzy and no one realized that better than the Son of Swami. 823 more words


"Effie Gray" - Review.

In the Victorian Period, a nineteen year old Effie Gray marrying a much older man doesn’t really place her out of the ordinary. Like most women of the time who were caught up in the whirlwind of romance, she soon realizes that her marriage isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be and eventually seeks a divorce from her husband, making her one of the first women in the world to do so. 225 more words


Saturday Morning Cartoons/Octoberween: "Coraline" From Book to Film

Happy Halloween to all our readers! I hope you have an appropriately spooky night. Why not finish it off with a scary story?

This website is dedicated to film and TV, but it would be remiss of us to not mention the printed origins from which many films come. 1,198 more words

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