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My Early Oscars 2016 Predictions

Last week, the Oscars were handed out in a fairly dull ceremony. Birdman was the big winner, Boyhood and American Sniper were the big losers after all the hype that surrounded those two films. 364 more words

88th Academy Awards

Movie review: The Last Samurai (2003)

It was with some trepidation that I watched The Last Samurai. I realized that the movie would contain a mixture of fact and fiction, and my knowledge of 19th century Japan was remedial enough that I wouldn’t be able to discern the difference. 286 more words


Godzilla (2014)

A great addition to my Digital Movie Poster Collection! I finally had a chance to watch the movie Sunday night. It was…hmm…it could have been worse. 1,088 more words


Theater Thursday: Prepping for Broadway Spring 2015 Season

For this week’s Theater Thursday, we get to take a look at the epic Spring 2015 season. From new productions to revivals, along with interesting casting choices, there is a ton to talk about in the world of Broadway. 1,014 more words

Dalin Rowell


Baby, it’s cold outside! But here’s a happy thought to warm a theatre lover’s heart: Warmer weather and the new Spring Broadway season will be here before you know it, with some shows beginning previews in February. 1,022 more words


Ken Watanabe.

Recently, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about Ken Watanabe. Not in a sexy way, you understand. Don’t get me wrong; if middle-aged Japanese actors were my type then Ken would definitely be top of the list. 810 more words


Tahun 1999, terjadi gempa besar di Filipina. Seorang ahli Dr. Serizawa dipanggil ketika penggali menemukan terowongan aneh. Di ahun yang sama, sebuah PLTN kolaps karena gempa bumi. 293 more words