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The JOE-DOWN Reviews 'Blade Runner'

Welcome to the JOE-DOWN, a back-and-forth movie review blog by two snarky newspapermen named Joe from Minnesota, Joe Froemming and Joe Brown. We will take turns selecting a movie — any movie we want — and review it here. 3,796 more words

Arts & Entertainment

American graffiti (Danish: Sidste nat med kliken)

I saw this (again) on a DVD borrowed from the library in Gentofte. It is a funny movie about hanging out as a young kid in a small town somewhere in USA in 1962, although I have not done anything like that when I was their age. See more at Rotten Tomatoes.

*** (must Watch)

Fangirl Loves Star Wars: Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi

The thing about Return Of The Jedi is that I really love it a lot. I like endings, and I particularly like happy endings of the fairy tale variety. 308 more words


Key Movies Of My Life: The Mosquito Coast (1986)

When I was a kid I watched a lot of movies, I still do, but as a kid television and movies were a major part of my life. 1,480 more words


Blade Runner 2049 Review: Stunning Visuals and a Compelling Thought-Provoking Story

Blade Runner 2049 is one of those cinema-going experiences that I will never forget. For me every single aspect of this film is beyond phenomenal. Its cinematography, music, direction and acting all transpire into one of my favourite films of all time.  370 more words


Star Wars: Empire of Dreams (2004, dir. Edith Becker & Kevin Burns)

An uncritical though still fascinating documentary on the development and making of the original Star Wars trilogy, focusing on production problems with the first film. Plenty of detail here for fans. 19 more words

Eamonn's Reviews

The Mosquito Coast - Peter Weir (1986)

Today on ‘Friday’s Finest’ we feature another compelling yet underrated Peter Weir film about the mysteries and forces of nature. The Mosquito Coast has just 6.6 on IMDB and 76% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes. 499 more words

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