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Review: "Rampage"

1.5 out of 5 stars.

Rampage,” a new action movie directed by Brad Peyton and starring Dwayne Johnson, is based on a 1986 arcade game of the same name, a bit of trivia that I actually wasn’t familiar with going into the movie. 689 more words

Film

Mr. Spielberg’s Easter Egg Hunt – ‘Ready Player One’ Review

Mr. Spielberg’s Easter Egg Hunt

Movie Review – Ready Player One

Directed by Steven Spielberg

Starring Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, and Lena Waithe… 1,681 more words

Movies

An Author Walks Into The Woods

Partie de Campagne (A Day in the Country, 1936, Jean Renoir) is a short and simple fiction about a multitude of things. A group of upper class dandies spend some time in the countryside, frolicking and picnicking with gay abandon while the local lads eye up the women. 678 more words

Film Criticism

Film Review: Truth or Dare

Directed by: Jeff Wadlow
Runtime: 100 minutes

Produced by Blumhouse, Truth or Dare promises to thrill audiences by transforming the innocent childhood game of truth or dare into a demonic haunting unlike any other. 477 more words

Film Review

Comedy Without Tears: The Death of Stalin

I must admit that I approached this movie with a great deal of trepidation. As someone with a serious interest in the history of the Soviet Union, I confess I have a touch of humorlessness on the subject. 1,161 more words

Uncollected Thoughts

Culture Crash 18-15: Roger Ebert’s Legendary Criticism

http://media.blubrry.com/viewpoints/mediatracks.com/shows/Viewpoints_2018/Culture-Crash_18-15.mp3

Welcome to Culture Crash, where we examine American culture.  What’s new and old in books, film, and entertainment.

Roger Ebert died 5 years ago this month. 483 more words

Viewpoints Podcasts

Red Herring

In So Sweet, So Dead, A serial-killer is after unfaithful wives and the only clues that the police have are the standard giallo staples of raincoat, fedora hat and stockinged face (no spoilers). 348 more words

Film Criticism