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'Transformers: The Last Knight' International Trailer Reveals Bumblebee's New Trick

Let’s be real, the majority of us sane people haven’t really enjoyed the marketing for Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight so far. Now while that may sound like the same-old same-old, it’s actually a first for the franchise as the trailers for Bay’s  517 more words



When is a remake not a remake?  The answer:  when it’s not a remake.

Released in 2013, Lee SangIl’s Japanese production of Unforgiven was met with tepid American reviews.   613 more words

Batman Begins

Whoever said that movie franchise reboots are a bad idea really ought to watch Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy, a second take on a cinematic Batman after four increasingly campy movies in the late 80s to mid 90s that reduced the Caped Crusader to some kind of bad joke. 967 more words


CineVue Review: Tampopo


From the prison-set cookery lesson in Goodfellas to the black cannibalistic comedy of Delicatessen and the gluttony of the gargantuan diner in The Meaning of Life, the theme of food is a rich and well-ploughed field in cinema. 61 more words


The Last Samurai (2003)

The Last Samurai is a compelling meditative tale of redemption, honor, and family.

The Last Samurai transports us back to the 19th century where we meet American former Cpt. 690 more words

Godzilla On DVD

Interviews with Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe ,Sally Hawkins,Juliette Binoche,David Strathairn, and director Gareth Edwards with BTS Footage

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#868 Tampopo (1985)

#868 Tampopo

 1985 // Japan // Juzo Itami

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Tampopo, the second feature directed by Juzo Itami following the award-winning satirical comedy The Funeral (1984), is arguably Itami’s most renowned work. 925 more words

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