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Episode 2: Dr Mick Farr

In this second episode of the Custard Room podcast the special guest is Dr Mick Farr BA (Hons) MA, Phd, lecturer, camera/lighting man with over 25 years of experience. 83 more words


New from Brian Thompson on The Young Folks: Movie Review: ‘Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom’ leaves little to the imagination

Jurassic Park broke new ground by shifting the limits of possibility in the world of cinema, but it also established a formula that has remained virtually untouched since 1993, a formula embraced wholeheartedly by moviegoers who made Jurassic World the fifth-highest grossing movie of all time. 1,203 more words

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New from Every Movie Has a Lesson by Don Shanahan: MOVIE REVIEW: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom


Three summers ago, this critic declared Jurassic World to match all of the definitions of “spectacle,” from the positive connotations of “unusual, notable, or entertaining especially an eye-catching or dramatic public display” on down to the more questionable “an object of curiosity or contempt.” The Chris Pratt-led jungle playground reboot lacked most of the awe and wonder of the now quarter-century old Spielberg classic in favor of blockbuster-sized theme park thrills. 1,064 more words


New Episode from CinemaJaw: CinemaJaw 377, Bent Kato – Hidden Gems of ’93

Reviewed this episode: Incredibles 2, Won’t You Be My Neighbor 
Interested or Ignore (I for an I): Jurrasic Park Fallen Kingdom
Trivia: Jurrasic Movie Trivia…
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New from Reel Talker by Jim Alexander: Win A Free Blu-ray Copy Of ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’

See John Boyega and Scott Eastwood defend humanity with their super robot machines in Pacific Rim Uprising. You can win a FREE Blu-ray Combo Pack copy of the film. 63 more words


New from Reel Talker by Jim Alexander: Interview: Filmmaker Alexandre Moors

There has been a run of war themed movies in the past year, from 12 Strong to Thank You For Your Service. You can add The Yellow Birds to that list. 288 more words


New from Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman: Caddyshack Holds Up With New Perspective

With some of the biggest names in comedy behind its production, Caddyshack may very well be the funniest sports movie of all time.

I first saw the film several years ago while on my mission to watch all 100 films chosen by the American Film Institute’s 100 Years, 100 Laughs in 2000.  573 more words

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