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Ride (2014)


A hard working single mom lives in New York with her son Angelo. His dream is to become a writer and are soon suppose to begin collage, near his mom. 246 more words


Twister: A Dangerous Game [Movie Review] Part 2

Before reading why not check out Part 1 to get up to date?

Scientific Accuracy:

So I found various articles online that will illuminate any avid fan about wat Twister got right and what it inevitably got wrong. 970 more words

Nanite Solution

5 Types of Hollywood Sexism the 'Times Magazine' Cover Story Reveals

The Hollywood Reporter might have screwed up with its all-white cover featuring the year’s most Oscar-buzzed actresses, but the New York Times Magazine‘s richly reported cover feature on gender in Hollywood, by Maureen Dowd, is better and broader in its inclusiveness. 561 more words


I Want to Do THAT: Pinpointing the Moment I Wanted to Become a Professional #Actor

I had two surgeries to correct my crooked right leg when I was 13. The summer I turned 14 in 1998, I had the second surgery. 408 more words


As Good As It Gets and the Dinner Confession Moment

The One-Line Summary: Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) an eccentric, reclusive, germaphobic, obsessive-compulsive, bigoted, misanthrope, has just about everything in his life flipped upside down when his homosexual neighbor is badly injured and needs for Udall to house his dog, though that is nothing compared to the emotions he’s feeling about a lovely waitress named Carol ( 502 more words

Z: The Films

Ride (2014)

D: Helen Hunt / 93m

Cast: Helen Hunt, Brenton Thwaites, Luke Wilson, David Zayas, Elizabeth Jayne, Callum Keith Rennie, Robert Knepper, Leonor Varela

Helen Hunt’s first directorial outing, … 1,018 more words


Film Review: Trancers II (1991, dir. Charles Band)

Well, it sure took them a long time to get back to this series. Actually, they did shoot a sequel before this, but I’ll get to that one after I finish the main releases. 1,009 more words