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Last Man Standing (1996)

A drifter stumbles onto a border town that’s being controller by two rival bootlegging gangs during the prohibition era.

Last Man Standing is quite a frustrating film because it so very nearly works. 151 more words


Penn and Teller Get Killed

Before watching the movie:

I’m not entirely sure when I first encountered Penn and Teller. I clearly remember that my seventh grade science teacher, who was a magician himself, showed us some tapes of televised magic acts, and there was at least one Penn and Teller illusion in the bunch. 759 more words


The Criminally Awesome John Wick

While it seems I review a “ one man kills entire Russian Mob” movie once a month, John Wick has clearly risen to the top of those movies and even recent action movies. 727 more words

Theatrical Film Reviews

Revisited: The Crow

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

On October 30, Devil’s Night in Detroit, Police Sergeant Albrecht (Ernie Hudson) is at the scene of a crime where Shelly Webster (Sofia Shinas) has been beaten and raped, and her fiancé Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) then died on the street outside, having been stabbed, shot, and thrown out of the window. 1,515 more words

Movie Reviews

Halloween Film Review: Dreamscape (1984, directed by Joseph Ruben)

Before there was Inception, there was Dreamscape!

Dreamscape opens with the image of a woman running down a street while a red mushroom sprouts above the city behind her.   540 more words


"Therese Raquin" will feature Keira Knightley's Broadway debut!

Taking a chance this coming weekend, and attending a preview performance of “Therese Raquin”…aka Keira Knightley’s Broadway debut! Now, this preview show is just days away from the official October 29th opening, so odds are excellent that any remaining kinks have been worked out. 240 more words