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Inception (2010)

Dir. Christopher Nolan. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page

As the van which is holding the inception team and their mark tumbles, so too does the gravity change in a hallway where Arthur (Gordon-Levitt) is fighting a manifestation of Robert Fischer’s (Cillian Murphy) subconscious. 1,499 more words


Is This Worth Watching? (Part 3)

The way of the warrior; a grandiose, deity-like figure whose aim in life is to find and fight for whatever it is they deeply believe in, to the death, in bursts of glory, beneath a mountain of expectations, against all forsaken odds. 581 more words

First 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Clip Introduces Isabela Moner; New TV Spot Reveals Baby Dinobots!

With 2017 featuring another Transformers movie, that means an overflow of footage as the summer season draws closer. Michael Bay returns yet again to the franchise, but in a turn of events that we had hoped for a few movies ago, the fifth installment will be Bay’s final entry into the blockbuster franchise. 433 more words


Inception (2010) - reviewed by George

Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) front a team that puts somebody to sleep, then joins them in a dream and extracts information that somebody else, who is paying for this, wants. 216 more words


The Bigger They Come Part 2 (Godzilla, 2014)

Godzilla has always seemed to have some trouble when Hollywood takes the reins.  1998’s misguided spectacle is the pinnacle of this.  Gareth Edwards and his team opted to take a step back.  396 more words

Action Movies

The Blind Wolf speaks: An Interview with Kurando Mitsutake by Kent Hill

Independent film making is a minefield.

I recall Tarantino being asked for his advice on how to break into the film business. In his response he compared films to waves breaking against the shore. 301 more words


The Last Samurai (2003)

The year is 1876.

A broken American military-marvel, Nathan Algren, is whisked away to Japan to help train its army to fight against samurai. He laments that he is valued for his ability to suppress tribal rebellions, but relishes the irony that we all feel when usually the job we like least is the job we are most suited. 388 more words