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Movie Monday: 10 Things I Hate About You

Title: 10 Things I Hate About You

Starring: Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Larisa Oleynik

Synopsis: As a new student, Cameron James (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is given a tour of Padua High School by audiovisual geek Michael Eckman (David Krumholtz) in which he notices the pretty and popular Bianca Stratford (Larisa Oleynik). 387 more words



Hesher is a phenomenal film that is darkly funny, daring, and unique. I have never seen anything quite like this movie. It is the reason I love independent movies because it couldn’t been made otherwise. 775 more words


Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

As I type this review, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is limping towards a sixth place showing at the box office. However, if you glance at IMDb.com, you’ll find that it has a respectable average user rating of 7.2. 457 more words

2014 Movies

The Wind Rises

Some of you might actually be amazed by how much I think the Oscars is full of shit. The Academy Awards get a lot of coverage on this blog, as well as special focus and analysis on the national radio show that I am the film and arts contributor for. 401 more words


Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden Fictionalized Biopic and the Casting

Oliver Stone after not very well received The Savages, 2012 finally picks up a really challenging material. He will be directing the biopic of very well known whistleblower Edward Snowden based on two books “Time of the Octopus” and “The Snowden Files”. 342 more words

Nicolas Cage Joins Oliver Stone's 'Snowden'

Nicolas Cage has joined the cast of Oliver Stone’s Snowden in the role of a former U.S. Intelligence official.  Cage joins a cast that includes, as previously revealed exclusively by Deadline, Joseph Gorden-Levitt in the title role of whistleblower Edward Snowden, 108 more words


Movie Review: Looper (2012)

Six simple letters with devastating implications, “loopers” are time-traveling assassins who come from a future where such abilities and technology have been outlawed. The film that shares their name features the talents of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, and Emily Blunt, and while all of the performances are very strong, the film’s production values are rather hit-or-miss, and the story feels like a waste of its intriguing if unsettling ideas. 1,793 more words