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Leonardo DiCaprio Weekend - J. Edgar (2011)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writer: Dustin Lance Black (Screenplay)

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts, Judi Dench, Jeffrey Donovan, Josh Lucas, Dermot Mulroney

 

Plot: J. Edgar Hoover, powerful head of the F.B.I. 336 more words

Drama

Stealth (2005)

A hi tec, computer controlled fighter plane goes haywire and decides to take matters into its own hands and bomb Russia without orders.

The Fast And The Furious director Rob Cohen’s formula of frenetic action and laughably bad script writing takes to the air in this CGI infested update of Top Gun. 139 more words

Film

Episode 23: Sweet Home Alabama

Lightning might strike twice for Melanie Smooter, but does it do the same for Reese Witherspoon’s appearances on our podcast? Find out as we discuss Sweet Home Alabama, the Lynyrd Skynyrd-inspired rom-com of someone’s dreams. 20 more words

Podcast Episode

Youth in Oregon

This third installment in my six-months-late recap of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival is kind of a downer, but a good downer. There is such a thing, as it turns out, and it’s this movie, … 396 more words

Films

Hulk Smash Poodle! (Hulk, 2003)

Truthfully, the idea of “get the visionary behind Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon to direct this film”  struck me as brilliant.  So I went into this film with a bias towards it. 1,005 more words

Action Movies

HORROR YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: SESSION 9 (2001)

SESSION 9 (2001)

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Chilling tale tells the story of a crew of hazardous material removal workers who get a contract at a long closed state hospital for the mentally ill. 605 more words

Horror You Might Have Missed

The Age of Consent: The Deep End (2001)

Although it is never stated in the film, an important background issue in The Deep End (2001) is the age of consent: “the age at which a person is held to have the capacity to voluntarily agree to sexual intercourse.”1 When Margaret Hall (Tilda Swinton) discovers that her 17-year-old son is having a sexual relationship with a 30-year-old man, she offers the man $5,000 if he will leave her son alone. 378 more words

21st Century Films