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This is where I leave you-Film review

I have to say this movie really reminded me of how powerful films can be. The film is based on a modern dysfunctional family that starts with the family coming together for an emotional reunion. 224 more words


Best of TV (2017) [RANKED]

Television fared arguably better than film last year. That’s probably because franchises lead to expectations – if a movie falls in line with franchise expectations, it’s almost unoriginal, if it doesn’t meet those expectations, then fans are unforgiving. 1,578 more words


Juno (2007)

Dir. Jason ReitmanPremiered at Telluride September 1, 2007

  • October 20-22, 2007: I go to see The Darjeeling Limited twice. Each time, the trailer for Juno plays beforehand.

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Hancock (2008)

Hancock is a superhero whose ill considered behavior regularly causes damage in the millions. He changes when the person he saves helps him improve his public image. 86 more words

BONOKOSKI: Plenty of news and uncertain times as 2018 nears

As 2017 hurtles its way towards the finish line, 2018 is already setting up for heightened conflicts on many fronts.

Here in Canada, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced the booting of Venezuela’s ambassador out of our country in a tit-for-tat response to Venezuela booting our envoy out of Caracas. 689 more words


"The Switch" (2010, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Patrick Wilson)

Grade B-

Manny’s Movie Musings: Jennifer Aniston plays a single woman whose biological clock is ticking so loudly she decides to use a sperm donor to get pregnant.  162 more words


The Kingdom (2007)

The Kingdom
Dir. Peter Berg
Premiered at Edinburgh August 22, 2007

In the 2010s, director Peter Berg has come to be known as an auteur of ripped-from-the-headlines prestige dramas (all starring Mark Wahlberg) that nevertheless fail to attract either accolades or disdain. 720 more words